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Old 05-14-2012, 10:39 PM   #1
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Default Cedar Planked Burgers with Vidalia Onions and Gouda


After watching several other folks around here do something similar to this, I had to give it a try myself... they were quite tasty!
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:52 PM   #3
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Where's the bacon?

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Old 05-14-2012, 11:03 PM   #4
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Where's the bacon?.
Hell Im with you. Did the burger cook evenly through and what did you cook it to? Well? Med well? Med?

Looks good!
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Looks delicious JM. Your cooker is quite the versatile machine! Glad you did this on the cedar planks, as I am thinking about doing some Salmon on the UDS soon. I Judged an event in Acworth Ga. this last weekend and one of the "Anything Butt" entry's were salmon cooked on Cedar. It was Delish and Bang-O-Rang as the wife calls it.
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I cooked these to 165° internal, which is more than I like but the minimum my GF will eat. They were very evenly cooked. I thought about putting some bacon on and decided to save that for another cook... I wanted to do the onion slabs and gouda cheese. My mind doesn't think gouda would be the best combination with bacon... not that it wouldn't be good...
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JM, gouda is fantastic with bacon! Give it a try next time. I think you'll like it!
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A bacon wrapped turd is better than a turd!!!!!!
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Great job!
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Thanks JM!
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Outstanding!!
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What temp was your grill?
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Everything is better with Bacon. Great idea for a burger cooking.
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That looks great! Just curious, what was the benefit of using the cedar planks? Looks like maybe there was less shrinkage than you would normally get? Any issues with flare-ups and the wood?
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