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  1. It’s been hot this last week here in Low Cal (Upper 90’s to low 100’s) but today it cooled off, so I grilled a few Cheeseburgers. I started out by cutting 2 russet potatoes up into 1/8th and then tossed in some OO and seasoned with some fresh ground salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper and some thyme. I then seasoned the patties with Primo Chicago Stockyard rub. Here they are on the grill ready to be flipped. Flipped them. I then removed the patties and toasted the buns. While they were toasting I added some cheddar cheese slices to the patties. Once the buns were done I put the patties back on to melt the cheese. Here it is plated up with the Steak Fries and a Modelo Especial. YUM! Thanks for looking.
  2. Sent the long weekend off in style with a Double Meat Double Cheese Burger. Fired up Jr. for the patties. Flipped and removed them when they were done so I could add the cheese. Toasted the buns. One more time of the grill to melt the cheese. Plated this up with some watermelon, potato salad and a Stone Brewing Xocoveza. (Yum!) After a few bites of this monster. So good! Thanks for looking.
  3. When shopping and got some groceries we needed. Picked up some nice brioche buns and we made cheeseburgers on the Akorn Jr. again. Sliced up the veggies. Cooked up the burgers. Assembled my cheeseburger and plated it with a slice of water melon, some pringles and a Modern Times Blazing World Hoppy Dank Amber. Delicious. Thanks for looking
  4. Yesterday I inched closer to retirement as I had my 61st birthday. In the morning my wife blessed me with some nice gifts. She said these were all to help me enjoy the outdoors more. (Not sure I needed more things to do that but ) First thing she had me open is this Landman fire pit. Next thing I open was a cover for the firepit. Next thing I open was a nice insulated shoulder bag. And finally, I opened the last gift which was and assortment of frisbees for Frisbee (Disc) Golf. As a youth we used to play Frisbee Golf a lot at La Mirada Regional Park. She thought I might enjoy getting out and doing this again. The rest of the day we spent it at home doing a few redecorating chores that we had been meaning to get to and generally taking it easy and enjoying ourselves. Towards dinner time I fired up the Akorn Jr. and made us some cheeseburgers. Here’s my burger with a slice of watermelon, some Pringles and a Stone Ruination Double IPA. A very relaxing day that I thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks for looking.
  5. After the new Red Kettle had burned for approximately 90 minutes initiated it with a fast cheese burger cook. Let the patties heat up indirect at first. Once they were sweating I moved them over for a 90 second sear on each side and then move back to the indirect side to melt the cheese. Plated mine up with some chips, potato salad and a Stone Brewery Coffee Milk Stout. Easter was good to me. Thank for looking.
  6. Ham / Cheese burgers are just so easy and delicious to make on the Akorn Jr. that I made some more on Saturday. Plated with some watermelon, potato salad and a Modelo Negra Thanks for looking.
  7. Wanted a quick cook tonight so I broke out my neglected Akorn Jr. that I haven’t used for a few months. Put a small chimney of lump on the side burner for quick ignition. Dumped it into Jr. and put 3 frozen Kirkland patties’ on with some seasoning. After approximately 5 minutes they were nice and juicy so I flipped them. After approximately 4 minutes they were ready for the cheese. After cheese had started to melt I toasted the buns. Served up with some BBQ tater chips and a Modelo Especial. Very tasty. Thanks for looking.
  8. After such a fabulous dinner at Donovan’s La Jolla, we wanted to take it easy with our Sunday dinner. (See Link: https://www.kamadoguru.com/topic/36563-anniversary-dinner/?tab=comments#comment-472841) We decided on a simple all American Cheese Burger. It’s a fast and easy but very delicious meal. Patties on the Jumbo Joe. And plated up with some Fritos, watermelon and a Sierra Nevada Blindfold Black IPA. So good! Thanks for looking.
  9. Our Memorial Day weekend ended in style with Triple Chili Cheese Burgers. Started out making a batch of John’s hotdog chili. Seasoned a pound of hamburger with: 1/2 cup diced onion 1/2 cup grated Jack cheese 1 tbsp. of Steak seasoning 1 tsp. fresh ground black pepper Formed 3 ea. 1/3 lb. patties and reverse seared them. Toasted the buns and assembled the burgers. Plated shots with a Rouge Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale. Burger layers are as follows: Mayo, lettuce, Hatch chilies (That’s 1), red onion, 1/3 lb. burger patty, jalapeño pepper jack (That’s 2), chili (That’s 3) and tomato. Very messy but very tasty.
  10. We wanted to start the Holiday weekend off right with some cheese burgers. Not just a cheese burger but a Southwest Cheese Burger. Here are most of the ingredients. Decided to use the old “Sears Happy Cooker” and some KBB I just picked up on sale at HD. Started a chimney on the gas burner. It got red hot fast. And slapped on the patties. Made up some chipotle mayo. Toasted the buns and spread on the Chipotle mayo. Plated shots with a nice porter. Burger layers are as follows: lettuce, meat, Jalapeno Jack, lettuce, meat, red onion, Jalapeno Jack, tomato, Hatch chili, avocado and cilantro. Had to unlock the jaw. These were good.
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