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Chedda-burgers on the kettle.......drop the tailgate and pop a top.

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Sometimes ya just have to have a meaty burger cooked over charcoal.








A bit of a high temp burnoff occurred prior to the burgers going on.
















Sliced up some potatoes and made up a batch of home fries, too.

















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1 hour ago, KismetKamado said:

Looks great!  I haven't had a burger in a very long time and that looks sooooo good!



Thank you.


I try to regulate them to monthly cooks.......and do a little something different on each one.




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On 2/11/2018 at 10:45 PM, ckreef said:

Burger look great. Where were you tailgating at? 




Driveway at home, lol.


Had just finished washing the mud of my son's Jeep & my truck.....everything was already stashed in the garage fridge....too easy to just roll out the Weber and pop a top.



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