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Old 10-09-2005, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default Blue Cheese and Bacon Burgers

My cousin cooked some up today, he makes thin patties, maybe 3 or 4 ounces, places a small pile of crumbled blue cheese on the patty, tops with another patty and seals 'em up by crimping edges together. He grilled them up on his Weber, served with bacon and grilled onions on Ciabatta bread.

They were great. Got me thinking you could do all kinds of crazy stuff with ground meat.


I'm gonna try this with ground lamb, maybe stuff it with Feta & pine nuts. Or pork burgers with apples and celery & grilled onions. Maybe a Mexican burger, with roasted green chilis and jack cheese, serve 'em up with avocado and salsa. An Italian burger, maybe mix pork, beef & veal, and stuff it with roast garlic & peppers & melt some good mozarella and a slice of pancetta, sort of an Italian bacon cheese burger.
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Old 10-09-2005, 07:18 PM   #2
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I love blue cheese burgers. Sealing in the cheese is an awesome idea!
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Old 10-09-2005, 08:29 PM   #3
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Sounds great! I saw something similar on Food Network yesterday. It also works with cheddar.
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Sounds great, can't wait to try this. I will probably have to use Feta for the rest of the family.
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Old 10-09-2005, 08:37 PM   #5
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Sounds pretty Flay to me.

Not that there's anything wrong with that!

You can put bleu cheese right with the lamb, too.
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Canned chipotles is adobo sauce and a little finely chopped onion mixed right in the burger. Good chit.
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Old 10-10-2005, 02:50 AM   #7
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I've stuffed them with lots of different things - Mozzarella and Bacon (or Ham); Mushroom Sauce (can use any mushrooms); Peppers (can be stuffed) and Mozzarella (or other cheese); even Horseradish. Anything that isn't too mushy; compliments the beef (or other meat) and keeps it moist is great.

Chicken Burgers stuffed with Sage Stuffing or Turkey Burgers stuffed with Cranberry sauce and extra Cranberries are great alternatives for the ladies!!

Just go with the classics, lamb+mint; pork+apple; etc etc
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Old 10-10-2005, 06:38 AM   #8
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Though all these 'Cheese' burger ideas sound fine and I`m sure tasty, I`m kinda against any cheese on a well grilled burger. Takes too much away from the flavor of the beef of a well preped burger.
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I like a mixture of bleu cheese, cheddar, green onion and worcestershire. Good stuff, Maynard. Cheddar and onions is nice sometimes, too.
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I've got to give this a try.
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Did this when I first started grilling. I have stuffed them with onions, till my son told me he hates onions. The cheese works so good. I never thought of the combinations you guys have mentioned, but I am wondering if it would work with Pork Chops. Chops with an apple stuffing of some kind.
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Lotta good ideas in this thread. Think i'll start with the bleu cheese & bacon one. Thanks, Sami!
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Originally Posted by Samichlaus

I'm gonna try this with ground lamb, maybe stuff it with Feta & pine nuts. Or pork burgers with apples and celery & grilled onions. Maybe a Mexican burger, with roasted green chilis and jack cheese, serve 'em up with avocado and salsa. An Italian burger, maybe mix pork, beef & veal, and stuff it with roast garlic & peppers & melt some good mozarella and a slice of pancetta, sort of an Italian bacon cheese burger.

Try this:

1/2 lean Ground beef, 1/2 jimmy dean hot breakfast sausage, smoked/roasted onion mashed, and roasted garlic, some salt and red pepper (aka, cayenne), all mixed together.

grilled with a slice of bell pepper, a kosher dill pickle slice, and a piece or two of provolone or mozzarella cheese inside the burger. Just be careful flippin. its gonna get juicy...

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Old 10-12-2005, 01:09 PM   #15
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Man, some of these burgers sound like they could stop blood flowing through your veins on sight. Don't get me wrong, they sound awesome, but wow...
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