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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.

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And plated up with some Fritos, watermelon and a Sierra Nevada Blindfold Black IPA.

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So good!

Thanks for looking.

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4 hours ago, dianlonyc2 said:

That looks sooooo good it looks fake!   lol  Its the Perfect Burger!   

Thank you dianlonyc2. Because I wanted to eat it somewhat hot I had everything ready with just needing to add the burger. I added the burger patty and then placed on the cheese and the top and started taking my pics. The cheese never melted like I was expecting so it has a bit of that look to it. I can assure you it was real and it tasted great.

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Outstanding looking mega-burger.  I like how you did that one.  

 

A mighty burger construction.

 

 

Those little JumboJoes make for excellent burger cookers.

 

I ran a batch last night, that I'm about to finally sample tonight, lol. My little JumboJoe came through nicely.

 

I loaded my coals on one side.....and ran the top vent on the opposite side.

 

I simply rotated the grate around to put the patties direct.....then indirect.....then flip....then direct....then indirect.

 

Too easy and the best part was the aroma of the sizzle of burger smoke over Kingsford charcoals.  Brought me back to my youth like I can't describe.

 

 

Trying to figure out what I want to top tonight's burger with.   

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6 minutes ago, Panchango said:

Good tunes and a beer?

 

 

No doubt that both would be in play were I grilling this fresh tonight.....but, alas, it's a leftover burger.

 

Tunes may be employed....and a can of suds may be opened during the reheating and the prep time of whatever tops this thing.

 

There was a single lonely beer left in the cooler from my BBQ & Bullets day today.....it needs to be laid to rest.

 

A plan is hatched.  Thank you.

 

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7 hours ago, DerHusker said:

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.

 

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And plated up with some Fritos, watermelon and a Sierra Nevada Blindfold Black IPA.

 

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So good!

 

Thanks for looking.

 

 

 

 

Thanks for looking ????
 

 

How about thanks for posting.

 

I spied the Weber coal holders you used in that cook.

 

Gonna use one of them in my next cook....tomorrow night's pork tenderloins.   Should make for perfect heat conditions.

 

Weber....the American kamado.

 

 

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