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    Grilling last night...

    One of the only things I'm actually good at is grilling (and chili)... Here is a pic from last nights dinner I made for the family. 1/2-3/4lb burgers. We do this every week, year round...
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    Man, that just ain't right.



    Now, I've got to go cook some burgers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawCountryKY View Post
    One of the only things I'm actually good at is grilling (and chili)... Here is a pic from last nights dinner I made for the family. 1/2-3/4lb burgers. We do this every week, year round...
    We expect a contribution to the Cookbook now that you have revealed your talent!
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    Great looking burgers. I had to settle for grilling what shorty took out of the freezer today. Two Iowa corn fed Ribeyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawCountryKY View Post
    One of the only things I'm actually good at is grilling (and chili)... Here is a pic from last nights dinner I made for the family. 1/2-3/4lb burgers. We do this every week, year round...
    We cooked some of those on the Green Egg tonight. Last night was pork chops on the Egg. We cook outside every chance we get My burgers were not as big as those, I will have to try some that size next time
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    Looks good. One question though. What's in the mason jar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDtech12 View Post
    Looks good. One question though. What's in the mason jar?
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