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post #61 of 66
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Originally Posted by Mr T 59874 View Post

DS, Have you ever heard any of the following quotes?

"Don't you ever throw anything away?"
"I didn't know you wanted to keep it."
"What are you going to do with that"
"What is that?"
"You find a place for it"
"I don't use it, you find it"

Just wondering, I have your back.

Tom

Tom I get the "Now what are you making" all the time! The other one I get quite often, " that better not be another smoker"...
post #62 of 66
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post


Tom I get the "Now what are you making" all the time! The other one I get quite often, " that better not be another smoker"...

 

Gotcha my friend.

 

Tom

post #63 of 66
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Originally Posted by Mr T 59874 View Post

Gotcha my friend.

Tom

I also meant to say I get all the others you mentioned too, I won't even go into the comments I get when I'm building boats that hog up the garage for a year or two...

Any ham projects hanging around your house this season??
post #64 of 66
What is the burger to fat ratio on them BigD? I love goose!
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Originally Posted by BigD 2129 View Post

      Never thought about smoking burgers before, I make plenty from goose breasts and wood pigeon breasts, I'll have to give it a try. I used to make sausages out of the pigeons and geese buts when I got a burger press that was the end of the sausages. I must be doing something right as I get asked for any "spare " burgers by friends and family.

These are chilli, cheese and pickle goose burgers.



Thanks
Dave 
post #65 of 66

Hi Mike

 

       I used 65% goose to 35% belly pork. I find this a good ratio that doesn't hide the goose flavour as, like you I love goose.  I also use this ratio with wood pigeon which make a lovely sausage. I was asked to make some with less fat as a healthy option but they were too dry and crumbly for my liking.

 

Dave

post #66 of 66
Nice looking burgers. I make my own buns easy and fast to make for the burgers I normally use Angus beef and stick a lump of cheese sandwiched in the middle with a seasoning of salt pepper garlic powder Worcester sauce and some hot sauce. Next time I make them I'll take a pic
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