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 I did a burger post monday night and in the discussion that followed I mentioned my pork burgers. It made me get a serious craving for them so I made them tonight and thought I would share. I start with 90/10 ground pork. I put the pork in a bowl and mix with salt, coarse pepper, garlic powder, chili flakes, hot sauce, and carolina mustard bbq sauce. The mustard sauce has cider vinegar, mustard, brown sugar, and assorted spices. I just get the store bought stuff but I would imagine its easy to make. I know Stickey Finger's and Cattlemans make this style of sauce. Its sweet and tangy with a touch of heat. I call these Wilbur's nightmare beacuse they are pork burgers topped with bacon. Overkill I know but hell everything is better with bacon. Grilled em at 450 for about 16 minutes. Amelia made me some green bean casserole beacuse I love it and for some reason she loves me. Here are the pics, enjoy

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post #2 of 10

Now that sounds and looks very good

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Now I saw this burger and it still looks good and I really like that sauce to. I'm still gonna say that grill is far too clean so get to smoking/grilling. 

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Great lookin burgers! Bacon does make everything better!  PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

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I like your style, Stevo, and thanks for sharing your beer with us again!  It's a Hales Ales Red Menace for me this evening. Those pork burgers sound real tasty! Sounds like Amelia has good taste in a number of ways.

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Those look awesome too!

 

You have inspired me to make some for Friday night, and..., that green bean casserole looks and sounds good, ya got a recipe for that too?  icon_biggrin.gif

 

Gene

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That look's great, looking forward to the stufz when you get it. PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif I had to doubletake the therm reading and look at the BLACK numbers.

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I appreciate it brother!

 

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Originally Posted by RdKnB View Post

Now that sounds and looks very good



 I'm tryin to dirty it up for ya boss! Thank you Mark.
 

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Now I saw this burger and it still looks good and I really like that sauce to. I'm still gonna say that grill is far too clean so get to smoking/grilling. 



NO DOUBT ABOUT IT!
 

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Great lookin burgers! Bacon does make everything better!  PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif




Hail to the Queen. I like a woman that enjoys good beer. I haven't heard of Hales but I'll do my research. I don't know if you can get Sweetwater on the West coast but every style they make is great. All of their beers are unpastuerized so I think their market is limited to the mid south. GA TN SC NC VA

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Originally Posted by TheBarbeQueen View Post

I like your style, Stevo, and thanks for sharing your beer with us again!  It's a Hales Ales Red Menace for me this evening. Those pork burgers sound real tasty! Sounds like Amelia has good taste in a number of ways.



 She makes it with canned beans, cream of mushroom, worsteschire sauce, s&p, grated cheddar and parmesean, and topped with bread crumbs and French's french fried onions. Thanks for the compliments.

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Those look awesome too!

 

You have inspired me to make some for Friday night, and..., that green bean casserole looks and sounds good, ya got a recipe for that too?  icon_biggrin.gif

 

Gene



 

Damn that metric system! I know miles and farenheit and I will continue to use them. Thanks buddy.
 

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That look's great, looking forward to the stufz when you get it. PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif I had to doubletake the therm reading and look at the BLACK numbers.

post #9 of 10

Thank you for the recipe, we have everything but the fried onion rings, but I found a recipe for those so this is on my to do list, probably Sat afternoon because mama just brought home 5# of fresh string beans from the farmers market.

 

Gene

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Thread Starter 

Your welcome, I hope you guys enjoy it!

Steve

 

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Thank you for the recipe, we have everything but the fried onion rings, but I found a recipe for those so this is on my to do list, probably Sat afternoon because mama just brought home 5# of fresh string beans from the farmers market.

 

Gene

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