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post #21 of 35

Looking good!!

 

Still love the Falcon!!

 

  Craig

post #22 of 35

You could also experiment with the hotdogs.  I prefer Nathans.  Much better flavor than the standard hotdog.

post #23 of 35

Hotdogs fattie, sound good to me. I think smoking the hotdog first will work good,

Turtle burgers , wow!!!!  that will go to top of the list icon14.gif

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Ed

post #24 of 35

One word. Hebrew National. Oh wait that's 2 words.

post #25 of 35

I like the dog stuffed burgers, but I love the turtle burgers!  I saw them do something very similar on Epic Meal Time:

http://youtu.be/toiLy3R-38M

post #26 of 35

Boil the dogs in water w/ crab boil, let soak while cooling. spicy burger dog. 1st bite will be a suprize!

post #27 of 35

Very cool idea wrapping the dog in burger! I like Thumans dogs, we call em rippers! You've given me inspiration! 

post #28 of 35

Those turtle burgers are AWESOME!!  drool.gif

 

I like your idea of combining the dog and burger.  The problem with adding more stuff is I am assuming you want to be able to serve it in a HD bun, so it can't get too big.

 

I think I would season the hamburger with salt and pepper, build the beast the way you already did, wrap it in bacon (not completely, but enough to add the flavor), and smoke the suckers.  The low temperature will allow the hot dog enough time to come up to temperature.  Also, I like the idea of a quick trip over the hot coals to brown and crisp at the very end.

 

Thanks for the post!!

post #29 of 35

Looks Great,  and I love the turtle burgers!! I'll have to try them for my son.

post #30 of 35

That Dog/burger is Awesome!!

 

You could serve it in a small Hoagie or Steak roll.

 

There is a Hotdog joint near my house that puts regular hotdogs in a steak roll---Too much roll for a hotdog, but not for your Dog/burger!!

 

 

Thanks,

Bear

post #31 of 35

If mustard was added between the dog and burger, would the mustard lose its flavor?? I think it would, but if not that would be awesome.

post #32 of 35

Great P.o.C. However, where the heck is the bacon? :)  Bacon may help regulate the hamburger cooking faster as well. Just a thought!

post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by Pittman View Post

If mustard was added between the dog and burger, would the mustard lose its flavor?? I think it would, but if not that would be awesome.


I never tried it, but I would think the mustard would hold most of it's flavor if it's inside, unlike on the outside of a rack of ribs.

I'm sure one of us will try it & report the results.

 

 

Bear

 

post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post




I never tried it, but I would think the mustard would hold most of it's flavor if it's inside, unlike on the outside of a rack of ribs.

I'm sure one of us will try it & report the results.

 

 

Bear

 


Sounds like a plan! Let me know if you try it. Thanks!

 

post #35 of 35

you guys never cease to amaze me!!  the things guys can think up just to find an excuse to smoke something........is this a great site or what!!  points.gif

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