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Author Topic: Spam Burgers  (Read 2721 times)
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« on: May 05, 2013, 11:01:14 AM »

The problem with being a BBQ nut is having to deal with 7 conflicting voices in my head. The other day one of the voices (the crazier one) suggested I make a burger with half beef and half spam.

I havenít had spam for 50 years, so instead of arguing with myself (have you ever argued with a crazy person?) I gave in. After all, i owed it to him since he didn't argue with me when i dared him to play chicken on the freeway in his underwear with a rubber chicken on his head and a sock puppet on each hand. That's a night in jail we won't forget!

So I bought a can of hickory flavored spam and put it through my grinder with 80/20 beef, a little salt and pepper on my wifes and some exotic South African spices on mine.

I cooked them until they hit 145 and then put them on the grill to sear.

I used a potato bun with some horseradish mayo, avocado, slightly grilled onion, tomato, cilantro, and a roasted jalapeno. I then introduced it to my belly and my belly liked. I have to say it was one of the tastiest burgers I have made. (I ate two) Sometimes being crazy aint so bad. "BE QUIET I'M TALKING!"


1. Gas UDS
1. charcoal UDS
1. Big gasser
2. 22.5 kettles
1. Auspit
a torch and weed burner in case the others fail,
and a few Rib-O-lators (ROL)
Buford UDS and kettle diffuser

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