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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    That is the flavor sweat spot!!
    You have crusty sweat I have...





    Quote Originally Posted by Slick
    Lean meat, breadcrumbs, egg, very small diced onion, cracked black pepper, couple drops of worchestershire.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    binding it with egg
    We call that meatloaf...not a fucking burger.


    70/30 is an even better fat ratio for a burger. Not as "healthy" but better tasting and will stay together while grilling. Without binders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    We call that meatloaf...not a fucking burger.

    70/30 is an even better fat ratio for a burger. Not as "healthy" but better tasting and will stay together while grilling. Without binders.
    Yeah point being that you don't have to eat fatburgers contrary to popular belief.

    You can use lean steak meat ground up with an egg and a little breadcrumb and have steakburgers. Or turkey. Or venison.

    Meatloaf is a different thing. Its a lot of breadcrumbs & egg to make it a larger meal. Poverty fatsteaks is all it is.

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    dude does know his burgers. I now see how Wimpy's stayed in business. Too many know too little about how simple a good burger is. Adding a wheat filler is simply a sin. If you want the egg have it nice and runny right on top of the bacon slices you added to the burger.


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    I agree, breadcrumbs should be reserved for meatloaf, or fried stuff.

    An egg used as a binder due to fact the meat is too lean though is acceptable IMO. Minced onion works as a nice binder too, but tend to overpower the taste of the beef if one isn't careful.

    Salt and pepper on top to make a crust, then slow cooked under a grill hat or moved off to the cooler side of the grill works best to give the insides a chance to catch up to the outside.

    Served medium rare - medium.

    The other part of creating a great burger is the bun, condiments and toppings. One doesn't exist without the other. A great burger is a symphony of tastes and textures with the burger being the brass section and the condiments and toppings forming the rest. A crunchy, spicy pickle with the delicate woodwinds of a homemade mayonnaise to balance to earthiness of sauted onions, with a great bit of cheese balanced with a tangy mustard as the driving force on the string section. A great bun obviously creates the perfect foundation much like the percussion section.

    A great one is magical.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    dude does know his burgers. I now see how Wimpy's stayed in business. Too many know too little about how simple a good burger is. Adding a wheat filler is simply a sin. If you want the egg have it nice and runny right on top of the bacon slices you added to the burger.

    Hmm, what will our resident 5-star chef Chico make of that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick View Post
    Poverty fatsteaks is all it is.
    Poverty steak is a piece of Kentucky round steak, on one slice of end crust white bread folded over, with a packet of mustard or mayo nicked from the truckstop condiment rack.

    + + =

    poverty steak.

    Yummy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    with a catchy commercial name for my new bugger business.
    Chitty's Buggered Dirty Burger

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    If you have been affected by any of the issues, buggas and dressings please contact the helpline

    PattyPieandDogBuggas R US

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Chav Chitty's Cheeseless Crusty Burgers
    The cheese was low fat to non existent for a change, can i put you down for a dozen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post
    Bunsen Burgers
    What a shite name, you can do better than that Pattaya Piles!
    Btw how's the bunch of grapes hanging out of your back door? If you need them popping back in then pm butters or Lulu

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    This is correct the best burger uses a ratio of 80/20. That is the flavor sweat spot!!
    80% fat!!! Good god you must be a walking heart attack in the making you fat bastard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Anyone who inserts minced garlic into a meat patty and then crowds it into a pan where it boils away in what becomes a dilute fat bath deserves to be crucified and then drawn before quartering.
    That picture was an obscenity.
    The Brexit Burger has a nice ring to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ No egg in the burgers! 100% beef only. That 20% fat will hold the patty together just fine.
    Agreed, what sort of heathen puts egg in a burger. I used 12% fat and the meat bonded nicely.

    This is a healthy nutritious burger, i know traditionally burgers are not viewed as a healthy food. This was a high protein tasty hit!

    Still searching for a viable catchy name

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    Hang on a minute.. i thought i sell the big issue outside of Aldi, not rooting through the bins at Tescos Glossop
    Polish Pete told me to pass on the message that the UKBA are deporting him for benefit fraud and that you should get back to the Wirral to fight your corner at Birkenhead Job Centre coz they've rumbled your scam even though Polish Pete shaved his head of hair, he couldn't quite fool them with the accent.

    Your council flat is gonna be taken back and your sick benefit stopped.

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    I agree, breadcrumbs should be reserved for meatloaf, or fried stuff.

    An egg used as a binder due to fact the meat is too lean though is acceptable IMO. Minced onion works as a nice binder too, but tend to overpower the taste of the beef if one isn't careful.

    Salt and pepper on top to make a crust, then slow cooked under a grill hat or moved off to the cooler side of the grill works best to give the insides a chance to catch up to the outside.

    Served medium rare - medium.

    The other part of creating a great burger is the bun, condiments and toppings. One doesn't exist without the other. A great burger is a symphony of tastes and textures with the burger being the brass section and the condiments and toppings forming the rest. A crunchy, spicy pickle with the delicate woodwinds of a homemade mayonnaise to balance to earthiness of sauted onions, with a great bit of cheese balanced with a tangy mustard as the driving force on the string section. A great bun obviously creates the perfect foundation much like the percussion section.

    A great one is magical.....
    Are you seeking employment at the Emporium? If so the job is yours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Poverty steak is a piece of Kentucky round steak, on one slice of end crust white bread folded over, with a packet of mustard or mayo nicked from the truckstop condiment rack.

    + + =

    poverty steak.

    Yummy...

    Thank you for your resume, we will keep your info on file should a vacancy arise in the future...but don't hold your breath

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    Tonight i intend to add a new burger to the menu, this will start a revolution in the burger industry.

    Stay tuned, this will also require naming! With an additional 100 burgers going to the winner

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    CrispyCrustyChitty Burgers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Thank you for your resume, we will keep your info on file should a vacancy arise in the future...but don't hold your breath
    Just trying to show Slick a real poverty steak.

    I take it you didn't like my name suggestion back in post #33 either...

    Chitty's Buggered Dirty Burger

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    The 100% British Brexit Pork Loins and Rhubarb burger!

    Cooked in coconut oil and served with chilli, red pepper and of course mayo



    Get those thinking caps on, i need name suggestions..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Just trying to show Slick a real poverty steak.

    I take it you didn't like my name suggestion back in post #33 either...
    In the interest of democracy and public opinion your suggestion will be added to the TD members poll.

    You are in with a chance of securing 100 dirty burgers delivered to your door step within 24 hours of the poll ending.

    I hope Slick was grateful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    CrispyCrustyChitty Burgers
    PM Sent, received and sent.

    Our systems can not process your order at this time as the new commis chef fooked off eight hours ago on a fag break and hasn't returned yet.

    I've got a timetable to keep and the coconut oil is burning

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    Crusty Sweet Bugga

    100% man reared donkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Get those thinking caps on, i need name suggestions..
    Are we still naming the OP burger or the post #46 concoction? I'll not call the latter a burger.


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