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Old 06-02-2020, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default Burgers and Fries on the Blackstone

Sometimes I just know I'm getting old. I was checking google yesterday for hints on making French Fries on the Blackstone, found a few YouTube videos, then came across a post here on Brethren - by me. Yep, I sometimes forget things I've already made, comes with old age. At least I still remember how to login and post.

Anyway, it's still worth a second look. Can't beat Burgers and Fries on the Blackstone.

I sliced up a few potatoes, par-boiled them for about 8 minutes, dried them well and got 'em ready for the griddle. But first, you can't have a good burger without of course, Bacon!

I got the bacon started first, slid some of that nice bacon grease to the other side of the griddle and gave them both a head start -





Once the bacon was crisp, on went some mushrooms and four 6 oz. patties -



Add Provolone for the Mrs, American for mine and griddle some buns -



And lunch or should I say Early Bird Special for us old folks is ready -






Yeah, as good as it looks. No trips to Five Guys needed in this house.

Thanks for checking in on today's special.

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Old 06-02-2020, 03:28 PM   #2
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man that looks GREAT!
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Yum! I'm overdue for a blackstone burger. Your's looks killer! Well done Dom!
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Looks delicious Dom... bacon makes everything better.
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absolutely great!
I love burgers with mushrooms !
may I suggest to try blue cheese instead of provolone? IMHO the taste is even better !
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Damn fine cook Dom
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Man your cooks have been on point lately.
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Dom,

You killed it!!! Never thought of fries on a Blackstone... Gonna try it soon...

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Awesome! Would never have thought of fries on the griddle. They look great!
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Heck yes! I love Blackstone cooks! Love the fries idea. How did they turn out? That’s a great idea.
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Heck yes! I love Blackstone cooks! Love the fries idea. How did they turn out? That’s a great idea.
The fries turned out crispy on the outside, still soft on the inside just as they should be. What helps here is the par- boiling to give them a head start. Then of course make sure they're as dry as possible to avoid steaming. I cut them about 3/8ths of an inch or so. Not much different than griddling home fries for breakfast I guess.

I used Yellow potatoes for them, left the skin intact.
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Thanks for the french fry tip, Brother!
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Meat n taters don't get any better than that!
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