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Unread 11-09-2011, 08:03 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by BBQ Bacon View Post
*Looks in fridge at pending salad and sighs*

Wish I had a burger for lunch!

Looks awesome. Very jealous.
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Unread 11-09-2011, 08:06 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by FamilyManBBQ View Post
Lookin' good Moose. Looks like they held their size/shape really well...not much of that shrink and/or bulge in the middle you often see with burgers.

We do something similar on occasion...have even broken out the rib-o-lator for burgers. Let's them go for a ride in the smoke for a little longer (pick up some of that smokey flavor)!!
I've noticed that when I start burgers indirect, they do retain their shape better. Probably has something to do with the fat rendering more slowly...
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Wow! First off, my burgers always plump up even if when I place an indent in them with the back of a spoon. 2nd - the freshness of it all looks amazing. Even the tomato looks mouthwatering. Nicely done!
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Good lookin burger dude! I could double hit that ...... and do I spy a Dorito for a little added crunchy texture?
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