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    A Nice Cheeseburger Meal

    The kids and I were up for a cheeseburger meal. So here we go. Cheeseburgers with an onion, garlic and tomato relish.

    The fixings, 4 burgers from 420 grams of ground beef, Buns from Foodland, I like them because you can slice them as you like. They warm up
    really well in the oven also.



    Now we have the relish finished.


    Big burger carve out the bun a bit.


    Now the cheeseburgers should be done.



    Put the relish on and serve with the dressings of your choice. On a warm bun I would advise.


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    cheeseburger

    mines a double with mustard,go on put the other one in.

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    Yummy looking AO!!

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    thanks mate, kids love them. Thats saying something.

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    ^Lots of good cheeseburgers in Chicago - too bad you need a dog sled to get to them! Don't freeze!

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    drool!!!

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    Looking good AO mate ,dont very often eat this kind of thing but after a couple of beers I would have no probs polishing a couple of them off.

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    Look good them.

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    Yeh, they look pretty tasty, relish looks good.

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    4 burgers from 420 grams of ground beef,
    Do you not add anything to the burger patty??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    Do you not add anything to the burger patty??
    ..try asking Selma, I think she's the more culinary of the pair..

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    MMMMMMMMM ...make one up for me they looking good..dont want to be a picky cnut ..any chance of some chips aswell

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    garlic power, and cajun seasoning is all. Nice cut of fatty beef you dont need eggs, breadcrumbs or binders at all. Just a nice juicy burger, with the taste from the relish. Which also had a seasoning,
    oregano, and cracked black pepper. You have to understand a burger is a pie, a kebab, or a curry all one. Satisfies a need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by welshtaffia
    MMMMMMMMM ...make one up for me they looking good..dont want to be a picky cnut ..any chance of some chips aswell
    Had them mate, nice crispy thick cut ones. But they were frying when the burgers came out, little thought was given to the photograph.

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    Looking good AO.

    You'd be welcome at our house anytime for a historic cook off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    You'd be welcome at our house anytime for a historic cook off.
    That better be for sure mate, because I would love it and I know the family would as well. Thanks would be a lot of fun thats for damn sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    That better be for sure mate, because I would love it and I know the family would as well.
    We could also invite Larvid who can cook the beer and SEA Traveller who could do the Cajun Crabs.

    What a night that would be.

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    I'll be there to help eat, drink, and give some advice.

    When's the date?

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    just gonna pop over for one AO, toast my bun will ya mate

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    How do you make the relish AO? And is it the sweetish tangy kind?

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    FP you just slice the onions thin, as much garlic as you like, then the tomatoes are diced. Fry it in olive oil and add salt pepper and oregano to taste. Not sure relish is the right name, but its what it is.

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    I guess we can rule you out as Australian. No beets!

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