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Unread 04-22-2010, 12:09 PM   #1
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Default 9 Pound Burger...... & appetizers

So, there I was wondering what to do to make an even bigger burger than I submitted for the Burger Throwdown... Now how the hell do I do that. Well, it started with a 12", 1.5 pound sesame topped bun, obviously made for this project. Then I formed a 5.56 pound hamburger patty (I used a large frying pan to get the shape.) I added only minced garlic and seasoning (Bovine Bold) to the meat, and a couple of eggs to help hold it together when cooked.As you can tell by the smoke ring a actually smoked the burger, look how it fills my little WSM! I added a little over .5 pounds of bacon for the weave and another half pound combined of PepperJack and Cheddar/Montery Jack blend cheeses. Two good sized maters and 1/2 head of lettuce must add at least another pound for a total of 9 pounds!

I always worry that there might not be enough food, so I bacon wrapped four Cajun Hot Sausages for appetizers. I hope you enjoy the pron.
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Unread 04-22-2010, 12:12 PM   #2
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Now that there is a decent sized burger! Well done!
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That is farkin awesome!
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love the diet mountain dew next to that monster burger.
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Classic! Love the diet Mt Dew thrown in for good measure.
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That's farking HUGE!!!
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Very nice! I was going to use my ECB grates to make something similar on my kettle
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Move over Sasquatch!
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Good thing you had Diet pop
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Very nice looking burger you got there, and a Diet Dew to wash it down, Life's good!
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I hope you ate that all by yourself Great job!
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Originally Posted by Desert Dweller View Post
...must add at least another pound for a total of 9 pounds!
Well, maybe pre-cook weight.




J/K! Looks like a mouthful, and a tasty one at that. No foot-long french fries?
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You made one for me, where'a yours?
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