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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Elk-ruser, May 12, 2004.

  1. Elk-ruser

    Elk-ruser EMT-B IV

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    Grill burger to taste
    Toasted English Muffin
    Blue Cheese
    crispy French onions
    Chopped Olive spread
    Lube (mustard, ketsup, BBQ sauce) of your choice

    YUM!
     
  2. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    That combo sounds world class!

    I love the three versions of the Lindsay "Olivada" Olive spreads!
    They're also great as a thin layer on a Tuna Sandwich...

    ;c
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  3. Elk-ruser

    Elk-ruser EMT-B IV

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    Thanks. My favorite is with Moose burgers. Buff works well too.

    The olive spread I get is called Jimtown Store...or something like that. We get it at a local cheese importer that has an Olive bar with about 20 different flavors/kinds of olives.
     
  4. Wicked96SS

    Wicked96SS Typical Gun Nut Millennium Member

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    I might be in the minority here, but a good burger to me is best with nothing but good american cheese. I prefer the Potato Bread rolls, though.

    As burgers go, home made is usually the best, but I have found a fozen burger that is terrific. I use Bubba Burgers, they cook very nicely on the grill. Taste terrific.

    mmmm... now I'm hungry....
     
  5. GoGators

    GoGators Stomatologist

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    You guys gotta try this in your burgers:

    Montreal Steak Seasoning (available both spicy and regular)
    available in your market's spice aisle, by McCormick I think.


    It is the bomb.
     
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    nickg

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    i use that stuff a lot on burgers, steaks, and chops!!!!
     
  7. Wulfenite

    Wulfenite The King

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    The wife has not bought hamburger since the whole mad cow thing. ;6

    I may just buy it for myself. I dont thing she'll be able to hold out.
     
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    Shoeless Gun Totin' Girl

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    YES IT IS! We mixed it (along with some chopped raw onion) into our burgers and yowza it was deeelish!

    Shoeless
     
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    I like my burgers cooked on the grill.
    Then just a bun and salt. Nothing else.
     
  10. Zak3056

    Zak3056 NRA Life Member

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    Buy beef yourself and grind it. It's not too hard, you know what's in it, and it's usually cheaper. Ever since I got my mixer with the food grinder attachment, I'm always on the lookout for bulk beef sales.