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Burgers!

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Thread Starter 
Don't know about anyone else, but cast iron is the only way i cook an 80/20 burger. (
Edited by PapaCurtis - 5/21/13 at 5:15pm
post #2 of 18

Ever try the smoker?

post #3 of 18
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

Ever try the smoker?

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david

post #4 of 18

I prefer mine in the Mini-WSM!
 

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Cast Iron is nice. Try Smoking them at 225*F until the IT is 100-110*F then a quick Sear in the CI Pan to the desired doneness. They are awesome...JJ

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CI is one of the best cooking vessels. Smoked then reverse seared burgers are awesome!

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Sorry but I'm a grill guy for burgers

I have done them on my CI Skillet and like them that way as well but still prefer the grill.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

Cast Iron is nice. Try Smoking them at 225*F until the IT is 100-110*F then a quick Sear in the CI Pan to the desired doneness. They are awesome...JJ

 

 

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Bear

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yeahthat.gif ------Except Grill it after smoking.

 

 

Bear

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David

post #10 of 18
Thread Starter 

Look what i started!.. I plan on trying the smoker, reverse sear as soon as i get more familiar with my MES. What wood do you guys smoke chopped meat with? I really dont want to overpower the meat. I love a juicy med rare burger.

 

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post #11 of 18
Lol, i have a smoked burger thread going and you throw this up lol.

I use pitmasters blend in the amazn pellet smoker.

You could use apple or maple. A softer smoke.
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Originally Posted by PapaCurtis View Post

Look what i started!.. I plan on trying the smoker, reverse sear as soon as i get more familiar with my MES. What wood do you guys smoke chopped meat with? I really dont want to overpower the meat. I love a juicy med rare burger.

 

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LOL---I use Hickory, but I use Hickory for everything---I love it so!!!

 

 

Bear

post #13 of 18
Thread Starter 

I cannot wait for fathers day. If that amnps and pitmaster blend is not  one of my presents, i'm taking my smoker and running away from home!

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Have you thought of 'begging' icon_question.gif Seems to work for me. Or constantly dropping hints , or posting to friend Facebook. icon_question.gif

 

My best idea is the Pout ,frown.gif . After so long, she just gives-in or gives me that EVIL 'don't go there' look icon_exclaim.gif

 

Hope you get what you need , in case you don't get what you want.

 

Whatever , enjoy yourself and . . .

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I am married 28 years Old School, nobody knows more about "begging" than me. And, not just for things bbq related eitherconfused.gif. The pout worked back in the day, but not anymore. 76.gif Guess i will have to go with my old standby, being extra nice, dropping subtle hints, and if that doesn't work, just buy the damn thing(s) myself!!th_crybaby2.gif

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Oh, yes. The old 'Brown Nosing trick' . ROTF.gif

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Originally Posted by PapaCurtis View Post

Look what i started!.. I plan on trying the smoker, reverse sear as soon as i get more familiar with my MES. What wood do you guys smoke chopped meat with? I really dont want to overpower the meat. I love a juicy med rare burger.

 

duel.gif

i have been on a apple kick for a while. pitmaster goes well with anything i have smoked. then i live in the country and have 10 acres of trees to trim and use as chunks. your MES will treat you well. ok med rare in your caserofl.gif. med rare for me too.

happy smoken.

David

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Oh, yes. The old 'Brown Nosing trick' . ROTF.gif

i ask for forgiveness instead of permission.

happy smoken.

David

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