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Burgers on My Weber “Q”

Bearcarver

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Burgers on My Weber “Q”




I never used to buy these pre-made Frozen Burgers, but I’ll tell you what—They really aren’t too bad!!! Plus Bear Jr taught me to put them on the Grill while they’re still frozen, so they don’t stick to the grill, and you can get a nice
charred surface without getting the whole burger too well done!

So I got my “Q” nice & Hot, and dropped 6 Patties on.
Flipped them after one side was about right, and kept that up until they looked Just Right.
Then I put a slice of Cheese on the one I planned on eating first.

I’ll explain the other things I did in the Captions above each picture below:

Thanks for Looking!


Bear




Six Frozen Patties getting warmed up:
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Ready to remove from "Q":
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Closer Look:
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Ketchup & Yellow Mustard:
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Moosh them together:
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Close & add some Pickle Chips for Bear's First night's Supper:
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Cutting some Fries with my $10 Fry Cutter:
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Into the Ninja they go: Note: The round pieces were the Tater ends I cut off:
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Plating my Second Night's Supper:
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Bear's Second Night's Supper, with Deviled Eggs & Fries:
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Prepping Night #3 Bun:
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Plating Night #3:
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Bear's Third Night's Supper---Cheeseburger with a few Shrimp & Pickled Red Beets:
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Good looking meal . That's a week night go to for us . Always cook from frozen .
Nothing wrong with those at all .
Nice work on the fries too .
 

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Flipping frozen patties? How easy can it get? Nice job.
 

sandyut

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I love all that! Like the plated sitch!
 

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Nothing wrong with frozen premade patties.
Sometimes we'll buy fresh premade patties, cook what we need, then vac seal and freeze the rest for the next time.
 

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I love cheese burgers, but 3 night in a row? You gotta be a Super Fan! Looks good...JJ
 

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I love cheese burgers, but 3 night in a row? You gotta be a Super Fan! Looks good...JJ

Thanks Jimmy!!
LOL---3 nights in a row isn't too much for something I like. I've been doing that all my life. Now 5 or 6 days would be too much. I can even get tired of Prime Rib after 5 Nights. I usually Freeze what's left of a Prime Rib, after the 4th night.

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Good looking burgers Bear.

The best burgers I've done have always been done on my Q.
 

Steve H

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Nothing wrong with those burgers Bear!
 

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I need to stick up on some frozen burgers. They just make things so easy. Those fries look perfect.
 

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Nice piece of work John, Like! I'd be putting those beets on my burger for a little crunch factor. I had a buddy that used to toss frozen steaks right on the grill at hog hunting camp, came out with a great char and perfect to eat. RAY
 

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Good looking burgers and fries Bear. Did you coat the fries with oil before putting them in the Ninja?

Rob
 

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Great meal Bear! I agree, peel off the frozen patties you need while still frozen (a spatula is a prying tool, right?) and shoot 'em right onto the grill. Helps keep them juicy on the inside. Once the topsides get "wet", I shake on the seasoning I want.

Only thing missing is a slice of raw onion.

And I don't know what's wrong with some of these Folks. It's not like you ate burgers for breakfast too! :emoji_wink:
 

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Good looking meal . That's a week night go to for us . Always cook from frozen .
Nothing wrong with those at all .
Nice work on the fries too .
Thank You Rich!!
You know it's funny---I like my Deerburgers more, and my Deerburger substitute too.
However there's something special about these Frozen Patties that my Taste buds like.

Bear


Flipping frozen patties? How easy can it get? Nice job.
Thank You Craig!!
I used to eat these at Picnics at other people's houses, and I never cared for them, but these surprised me. They're pretty darn good. Mrs Bear likes them too!!

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They're pretty darn good. Mrs Bear likes them too!!
Looks good Bear and Mrs. Bear likes them also... now that's the way to have it.
BUT I don't see any fried onions..... almost golden there John.... ha ha , kidding, great meals

David
 

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However there's something special about these Frozen Patties that my Taste buds like.
They're good , and made for a gas grill . I've been buying the bacon cheddar .
 

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I love all that! Like the plated sitch!
Thank You Sandy!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear


Nothing wrong with frozen premade patties.
Sometimes we'll buy fresh premade patties, cook what we need, then vac seal and freeze the rest for the next time.
Thank You Sir!!
Dang things aint cheap either---Between $3 and $7 per pound!!!
LOL---I take the $3,67 per pound.
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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We'll buy the frozen patties and keep them in the freezer. Like you said throw 'em on the grill frozen and they turn out pretty good. Great for a quick meal. Especially now that the 13yo is getting ready to start back to school and his football season is getting ready to kick off.

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Dang things aint cheap either---Between $3 and $7 per pound!!!
You're not kidding either!
Especially when they're CAB brisket or chuck blends.
Pricey, yes. But dang, they sure do make a tasty burger. :emoji_laughing:
 

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