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Best burger I've ever ate (forgot to mention the bbq sauce I added to mine)

>> No.19065541

i just like burger
bun, burger, onion, pickle, bun

>> No.19065544
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>thick ass hockey puck burgers
>non-American cheese

>> No.19065548

yummy preground pepper! more dust flavor please!!

>> No.19065552
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egg don't belong on burgers

>> No.19065579

>not making your burger patties thick and juicy
>"American" (chemical) cheese

Just admit you're used to eating fast food burgers
You should really try it. A sunny side up egg really adds a level of savory that shouldn't be slept on.

>> No.19065584

Fair enough but you should experiment more with flavors.

>> No.19065605
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>every popular burger restaurant in the country does thin burgers with American cheese
>N-no! They're all wrong! My shitty burgers that I made on my cheap charcoal grill are better!

>> No.19065613

>choosing to eat dried up, skinny, pathetic grey patties over thick and juicy man patties
Damn bro who shit in your coffee this morning

>> No.19065630

>thinking your options are limited to mcdonalds or some fat asses' brick patties

if you want your burgers dripping with fat then be my fuckin guest

>> No.19065636
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I absolutely want my burgers dripping with fat. That's literally where half of the flavor comes from lol

>> No.19065664

what seasoning? i like the smashburger by chef jean pierre a lot with red robin seasoning and grilled onions

>> No.19065672

Salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, a small bit of paprika, and brown sugar. Toasted the buns in cayenne and brown sugar. All cooked in butter and beef fat.

>> No.19065680

Personally I think those smash burgers are extremely overrated and don't really make sense on why you'd literally smash all of the flavor out.

>> No.19065687

I mean like, how could a French man know how to cook a burger compared to a Texan? I don't try to cook spaghetti

>> No.19065688

>cinnamon,... brown sugar.

>> No.19065718

It adds sweetness to the savory that comes with the beef and egg and spice from the cayenne. A good mix

>> No.19065724

idk seems to work to me it uses cheese papers so u dont smash it on a pan so the grease is contained in the meat

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>> No.19065730
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Pimento cheese bacon burger. It was decadent and depraved.
I was low on groud beef to make a decent burger once. So I added an over-easy egg just to try the meme. Was really decent, if I remember right I had it with pepper-jack cheese and some sort of green hot sauce. It's legit.

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Just seems weak and beta to eat such a squished and flat patty. Like it's so lifeless and feminine compared to a thick and juicy patty that drips fat.

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Mushrooms belong on burgers, like how they belong on steak.
Looks good af even though pimento is personally to sharp for me
Yes, but you need 3 squished patties to make the same size of 1 regular patty. And then each of those patties is going to be maybe dry and definitely grey inside . Like 3 squished well done steaks. Gross

>> No.19065909

>a egg

>> No.19065914

Because a burger with a dark brown crispy crust is more flavorful and better tasting than a giant hunk of ground beef

>> No.19065940

You forgot to cook the egg

>> No.19066245

>great value

>> No.19066371

For me, it was a gas station grill down from my Grandmother's house over 30 years ago

>Steamed potato bun
>1/3lb ground chuck burger
>Red Onion
>Dill Chips

Don't know if taste buds have deteriorated that bad or food quality has deteriorated that bad that I cannot replicated it.

>> No.19066509

>seethes so much no one likes his terrible "burgers"
>makes another thread just for them
>no one likes them still

Fucking sad anon
Enjoy this last you I s'posse

>> No.19066648


Smashburgers are superior. I've grown to like pimento cheese. Maybe I'll try it on a burger. Is there a sauce I should add to the burger or leave it sauce less due to the pimento spread?

>> No.19066653


If I wanted thick cow meat, I'd get a steak. Also, any smashburger I've made is always juicy. I don't do fast food burgers anymore unless necessary.

>> No.19066656

Kill yourself nigger.

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these look horrid
>great value butter
yea, checks out

>> No.19069057

great value beef and cheese too

>> No.19069069

I too am getting tired of seeing fried eggs on everything.

>> No.19069074

Where does the other half come from?

>> No.19069561

steamed hams


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>egg on burger

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>> No.19070039

>have to unhinge jaw to take single bit just so everything can slide out back
kind of defeats the purpose of making it a burger, don’t you think?

>> No.19070173

It can be pretty good for a breakfast burger.
That said, OP's picture is not a good example of a good egg burger.