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  • frankieanne 6 months ago about Old Fashion Hamburgers
    This made a really good burger! I had one pound of ground beef so I cut the recipe in half, which was really easy. Grilled this on my charcoal grill, about three minutes each side. The burger still was juicy but not as juicy as usual which made me think that the bread crumbs absorbed the juice and its flavors. I turned mine into a bacon/Swiss burger and also added a slice of Vidalio onion. I'm pretty full. :)
    I added a picture and a bit more in IMI 6/15/14
    Old Fashion Hamburgers
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  • mjcmcook 4 years ago
    ~HELLO~
    Thanks for the "Facebook envite!" I must "decline"~
    I do not "do F.C." !
    Keep in touch!
    ~*~mj~*~
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  • lilliancooks 4 years ago about Grilled Bananas
    I love these unique grill recipes!
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  • dynie 4 years ago
    I'd love to be cooking buddies w/ you. ...An amateur at the grill learning from a grill master! I hope you saw my salmon on the grill recipe. You'd do wonders w/ it!
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  • jrt_mom 4 years ago
    Hey Keith! Thanks much on your comment on my Grilled Corn-on-the-cob! Hope your holiday is going great!

    Leila
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  • chefelaine 5 years ago
    Hi Keith! Thanks for your email; reply sent.
    Happy Grilling! :+D

    Elaine
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  • dugger 5 years ago about Old Fashion Hamburgers
    Interesting twist with the bread crumbs. Have not tried that addition but I will. Hamburgery is an aquired skill. At first glance I probably would think they might be dry but notyourmomma is a trusted Royal Taster. If it doesn't cause gastric discomfort I'll eat it. LOL.
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  • dugger 5 years ago
    Another outdoor cook. Great. I love using the grill, rotisserie, sideburners.... all of it. Glad to have you aboard. Hope you find some new stuff that flics your bic.
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  • upstatevoyager 5 years ago
    Thanks for the invite. Let the cooking begin.
    David
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  • peetabear 5 years ago about Pulled Pork - Boston Butt
    great directions...thank you for the recipe..five forks
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  • notyourmomma 5 years ago about Old Fashion Hamburgers
    Yeppers this is a good one. It isn't bready at all, the crumbs keep the flavor of the fat intact, eh?
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  • sallya2 5 years ago
    Thank you for being cookery friend .
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  • mjcmcook 5 years ago
    ~Hello~GrillMASTER~
    I am so pleased that YOU accepted my invitation
    to be my 'Food Friend'~
    I look forward to more conversation
    and Recipe-sharing~
    ~*~mj~*~
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  • chefelaine 5 years ago
    Hi there, Grillmaster!! Thank you for your friend invite, which I am happy to accept!

    Elaine :+D
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  • lovebreezy 5 years ago
    Welcome to GR! You sure have a great start already.
    You'll find good food, groups and friends here.
    I can tell already we're gonna see a lot of tasty stuff from you.
    Breezy
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