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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithI View Post
    What’s the official stance on bacon as a cheeseburger supplement?
    Too expensive, but okay.

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    Picked up some fresh local ground chuck & ribeye this morning. Getting ready to fire up some oak and hickory and get those burgers grilling and smoking for a nice sunny Sunday afternoon dinner up north!

    $9/pound is the going price here. Double what it was two years ago.

    Here's a fun video about burgers:

    I ATE 1,825 BURGERS in ONE Year (Here's what happened...) - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Eggs are for breakfast. That is all.
    Umami makes a “truffle burger” with an egg, sunny side up on it and a hint of truffle. Cooked rare, it’s a piece of artistry and genius comparable to Newton’s elucidation of gravity and the crafting of the U.S. Constitution. Of course there will be detractors who will dismiss this invention as effete but so be it.

    Most Umami’s open at 11 AM, certainly within the parameters of breakfast.

    The world is a better, happier place with the truffle burger than without it.

    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    I don’t think I’d look like her if I ate 5 burgers a day but am I being too optimistic for suggesting that diet to my wife?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFord View Post
    Umami makes a “truffle burger” with an egg, sunny side up on it and a hint of truffle. Cooked rare, it’s a piece of artistry and genius comparable to Newton’s elucidation of gravity and the crafting of the U.S. Constitution. Of course there will be detractors who will dismiss this invention as effete but so be it.

    Most Umami’s open at 11 AM, certainly within the parameters of breakfast.

    The world is a better, happier place with the truffle burger than without it.


    I don’t think I’d look like her if I ate 5 burgers a day but am I being too optimistic for suggesting that diet to my wife?
    Yes, why not?! And, the "I'm a cow" clip was great, but way too short!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    Yes, why not?! And, the "I'm a cow" clip was great, but way too short!
    Well there's your full version: Doja Cat - "Mooo!" (Official Video) - YouTube reference.

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    The right hot sauce on eggs can put them over the moon. I haven't tried it on a burger, but I see no reason why you couldn't. Maybe pan fried potato slices on top.

    For breakfast, obviously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeyjones View Post
    Well there's your full version: Doja Cat - "Mooo!" (Official Video) - YouTube reference.
    Welp, guess I'm going to get some "buns" to go with my burgers and milk for dinner tonight! Maybe I'll fire up some ribeyes too, decisions decisions!

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    I scream

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Rowe View Post
    The right hot sauce on eggs can put them over the moon. I haven't tried it on a burger, but I see no reason why you couldn't. Maybe pan fried potato slices on top.

    For breakfast, obviously.
    In addition to salt and pepper, I sprinkle some chili powder on burgers and steaks before they hit the hickory and oak coals. It doesn't really make the food spicy, it just seems to add to the chargrilled and smoke flavor. Grilled up a couple of nice ribeyes tonight this way, so damn good!!

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    if your gonna have bacon, you gotta have chargrilled pineapple (fresh not tinned), oh yeah !

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