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Old 07-28-2013, 09:24 AM   #1
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Sliderday Night Burgers

I had errands to run yesterday afternoon and I intended to pick up a roast and grind it up myself but I ended up running short on time. I happened to be at Rouse's and one of the meat dept. workers had just come out with freshly ground 80/20 meat so I grabbed a pack of right about two pounds.
When I got home I seasoned it with just black pepper and sea salt and separated it into two portions. about one pound each I put each into one gallon size Zip Lock bags. Handling carefully to not make it too dense worked it out flat and gently used a rolling pin for even thickness.

I forgot to get picture of how I cut the bags of meat but each one gallon bag makes nine perfect slider sized burger patties.

These don't take long to grill and it's time to grab a cold beer for liquid refreshment.

Everybody here loves sliders. Delicious and yet small enough that if you want another one they're no so big that you can't finish it and overstuff yourself. I had two with fresh shredded cheddar cheese and thin sliced onions and pickles along with some fries and it was perfect.


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Old 07-28-2013, 11:41 AM   #2
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LOL they look like a white castle burger but, bigger, better, and won't give you and your stomach that feeling of dread. Can't say anything about the white castle gas, but they look damn good, and great idea for the way to make them all even.
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Looks very tasty. I been trying to teach Alton a variant of that strategy.

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Man those look good, well done!!
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Ok, gota try these this weekend!
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Old 07-31-2013, 04:52 PM   #6
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The plastic bag trick is cool, I will have to steal that one.
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White Castle couldn't have done it better.
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