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The Yancey 02-14-2014 11:40 AM

Papa's burger recipe
 
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Thenardier 02-14-2014 01:51 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
What the heck is India relish

Legalman72 02-14-2014 02:08 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Thanks Yancey! Food mastery is in your blood.

USCfootball 02-14-2014 02:50 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
sounds flavorful. thanks for sharing

gamecock88 02-14-2014 05:27 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Looks like a great recipe but a ton to do just for burgers. Also, the "set the table and make the salad" part. WTF? Did Papa not have a Mama? Very little time for beer drinking in this recipe as well.

d20636 02-14-2014 06:39 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
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Originally Posted by Thenardier (Post 4087925)
What the heck is India relish

Think "Chow Chow meets Sweet Pickle Relish"


Recipe looks down right wicked Yancey!

Nassau Gamecock 02-14-2014 07:08 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Do ya'll use ground beef per se... I like to grind- in a processor- some sirloin, some beef short rib and some better - maybe rib eye or strip steak to make patties. Then just some salt, pepper and good mustard in the mix.

Rex123 02-14-2014 07:10 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Mount Olive pickles makes India relish.

The Yancey 02-14-2014 07:21 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Nassau Gamecock (Post 4088194)
Do ya'll use ground beef per se... I like to grind- in a processor- some sirloin, some beef short rib and some better - maybe rib eye or strip steak to make patties. Then just some salt, pepper and good mustard in the mix.

I have an electric meat grinder that I use for this. I can vary the coarseness of the grind too.

The Yancey 02-14-2014 07:21 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Thenardier (Post 4087925)
What the heck is India relish


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The Yancey 02-14-2014 07:26 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by gamecock88 (Post 4088130)
Looks like a great recipe but a ton to do just for burgers. Also, the "set the table and make the salad" part. WTF? Did Papa not have a Mama? Very little time for beer drinking in this recipe as well.

He ran with the bulls used for the ground beef after catching the biggest fish of his life. After dinner he drank some of this and that while petting his 6 toed cats until the sun also rose. Yet he still found time to make that recipe in between all of that. A Francis Macomber he ain't.

ucan'tlickourcocks 02-14-2014 08:23 PM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Nassau Gamecock (Post 4088194)
Do ya'll use ground beef per se... I like to grind- in a processor- some sirloin, some beef short rib and some better - maybe rib eye or strip steak to make patties. Then just some salt, pepper and good mustard in the mix.


Rib Eye would probably be better than strip, because hamburger needs some fat in my opinion to cook right......

If you try your recipe, let us know how you make out! :thumbsup:
Hope some day to make it to Nassau to try one myself!

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Originally Posted by The Yancey (Post 4088210)
He ran with the bulls used for the ground beef after catching the biggest fish of his life. After dinner he drank some of this and that while petting his 6 toed cats until the sun also rose. Yet he still found time to make that recipe in between all of that. A Francis Macomber he ain't.

Then he said "Stay thirsty my friend!" LOL

jellafever 02-15-2014 03:41 AM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Papa's in the house.... Papa's in the house.... Papa's in the house.... Papa's in the house....

Nassau Gamecock 02-15-2014 09:44 AM

Re: Papa's burger recipe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ucan'tlickourcocks (Post 4088244)
Rib Eye would probably be better than strip, because hamburger needs some fat in my opinion to cook right......

If you try your recipe, let us know how you make out! :thumbsup:
Hope some day to make it to Nassau to try one myself!



Then he said "Stay thirsty my friend!" LOL

You're right, sometimes I add some extra beef suet to the mix. I keep some in the freezer and cut off chunks as needed or for Yorkies.
May have to get a grinder attachment for a stand mixer


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