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Unread 05-12-2012, 07:06 AM   #1
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Default Burger Pron on the Lang 36..

Wanted to see how many it would hold.. Well the count is in.. 40. Using pecan for a nice flavor..
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Wow. I have had my Lang for 7 years, and haven't done burgers yet. How did they come out?
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That is a lot of burgers!
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As I read the title to this thread, I asked myself? Who fires up a 36" to cook a couple of burgers?

Very nice!
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i cook them at 240 for about an hour an then Foodsaver them while still warm to keep the juices in them.. 30sec in the microwave and the kids love them an I eat about 5 while I'm working on it.. There only 1/4 lbs.. box of 40 from Sams..
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That is a great idea.
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Wow. I have had my Lang for 7 years, and haven't done burgers yet. How did they come out?

We all like them.. LOl
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One hour all done an in the freezer.. Brisket is taken there place on the lang.. Its a good day..
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Burgers look great.
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great looking burgers and way to do them.
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Sweeeet!!!!!
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you could be the envy of all your friends in the lunchroom with one or two of those. Nice.
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Cool idea.
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i cook them at 240 for about an hour an then Foodsaver them while still warm to keep the juices in them.. 30sec in the microwave and the kids love them an I eat about 5 while I'm working on it.. There only 1/4 lbs.. box of 40 from Sams..
A question for you. The cook was 240 degrees for one hour, did you start with frozen burger?

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