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Unread 09-19-2013, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default Burgers and Fries.

So last night I decided to make the family some burgers and fries.
I had sliced up the potatoes and de-starched (whatever the right term would be) them, dried them, par-fried them, and froze them sometime in the last week:


Had some ground brisket I had made up, and defrosted for the burgers:


Seasoned the meat, formed it into balls, shaped them into patties, wrapped in plastic, and stuck in the fridge to firm up.

Made some Hamburger buns the day before all this, mmm bread:



Started up the Kettle, and started warming up the oil.

When everything got the right temps and whatnot I started running around like a chicken with its head cut off, making fries on the inside, and burgers on the Kettle outside:


Sprinkled with some Seasoned Salt:






Soon as the burgers were done I threw some sliced onions and mushrooms onto the pit in my Grill wok:

Once all that was finished I had the last batch of fries in the D.O. so we started making up the burgers to everyone's liking, and then loaded them up with fries. As we were finishing that all up the last batch of fries were beeping away at me, and so we loaded those onto the last plates, and here's the end result:






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Wow! That's a lot of work for a burger & fries!
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Wow! That's a lot of work for a burger & fries!
But ohhhh so worth it. The taste cannot be beaten. Mmmm, homemade.
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That looks so much better than what you can get outside the home.
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You eat like I do
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Way to totally honor the humble burger and fries with that effort!
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You eat like I do
Maybe it's a Texas thing? BBQ Brethren thing? I'm more and more convinced it was because I was raised on processed food, and just hated the idea of doing that to my kids. Got obsessed with making more and more things from scratch as time went by. In the past year I feel my cooking has really started to take off. It's been a great ride, and it all started by going, "Think I'm gonna get into barbecue..." so I owe a lot of my love for cooking to this site.
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Man that looks great!
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They look fantastic! Love the looks of your home made buns too.
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Snap! Looks delicious!
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Love the onions and mushrooms on the grill and the home made buns!
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That looks so much better than what you can get outside the home.
I don't know...there are some GOOOD burger joints. Headed south tomorrow and going to Alamo Springs Cafe. some of the Central TX folks may know of it. Burgers are to die for!!!
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Dang, nice!
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looks sooooo gooooood
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Nice job! I bet they were delicious.
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