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Roasted Green Chile and Pepper Jack Cheeseburgers

post #1 of 7
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I like these usually with leftover brisket,but the brisket for non-comp purposes is not easy for me to find at reasonable price.

I like this cut of beef for my fresh ground hamburger-the price too

Got the lump red hot -over 500 degree on the old webber kettle and added 6 slivers of cherry wood

Let that set up 5 minutes and added my burgers-forgot to take pics of that part, but burgers have onion,garlic,worchestishire and fresh garden parsley in them

Here are the fresh roasted green chiles i grew quickly seared and the pepper jack cheese.

3 minutes a side on this hell pit and the chile and cheese melted for a minute tops...

Some of my Big Boy tomatoes,Lettuce and local SWEET Silver Queen Corn.
It was delicous...No complaints

post #2 of 7
Those look great ALX...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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OMG, I am dyin'...! Just a bit ago looked at your chile pepper garden pics over and over (no lie) and drooled over the variety and health of your plants, and now you present this.... WOW!

What a great burger and a super deal you got on the price on the source of beef too. Can't beat that at all. Excellent pics of the coals, the cherrywood, the fiery inferno for the peppers.....outstanding grilling, buddy!

Your tomatoes and corn are enough to make another gardener cry PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif

Thanks for sharing your bounty, ALX~ you know what life's about!

Just gave you points for the garden so can't do it on the forum so soon, so I'll do it this way-

post #4 of 7
Great looking burgers Alex, not to mention the beautiful fruits of your garden. Nothing better than picking fresh and eating.
I'm with Rivet, would give you points if I hadn't already on your garden thread earlier...
post #5 of 7
Looks soooo good. However, I would leave that funny red round thing off. and replaced with a few slices of roasted red pepper. Just hate trying to eat a burger when the tom. squirts all over the place.
post #6 of 7
WOW I'm with rivet and fire on this one that is one amasing burger points.giffor the whole garden. Thats some sweet looking tomatoes and then the lettice and to top it with some good white sweet corn. Definetly a killer dinner there.
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Thanks guys..

SanCarlos you ever get up my way be glad to share a tomato most folks dont think exist.... and these Big Boy Tomatoes are not that watery mess most folks are used to....These tomatoes are tight and juicy....for maybe 50 days a season my friend..The old folks on government checks i give my extras too would fight over them- when the sugar is up in them like these...It is all good...........sometimesicon_mrgreen.gif
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