Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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http://www.porkchopbbq.com/bigburger1.html

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please, sir. i was "inspired" by others... "TFM®" may have been the
source; not entirely sure of the pic source.

if "TFM®" is my muse, many thanks! it was a lot of fun and i plan on
doing it again! after my first run, i feel like i know enough to try
again, and pull off a more "scale" appearance!

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"porkchopbbq" wrote in message
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please, sir. i was "inspired" by others... "TFM®" may have been the
source; not entirely sure of the pic source.

if "TFM®" is my muse, many thanks! it was a lot of fun and i plan on
doing it again! after my first run, i feel like i know enough to try
again, and pull off a more "scale" appearance!


My husband, TFM®, put together a huge burger a couple of years ago. My
hubby can EAT and it still took him 3 days to eat this thing. We've been
talking about doing it again, but we've just never gotten around to it. I
think his had a pound of cheese, 3 or 4 pounds of ground beef (pre-cooked
scale, of course), a pound of bacon, 8 ounces of sauteed mushrooms, I don't
know how many tomatoes, lettuce, onion, all on a complete sourdough round.

Downright grotesque. LOL.

kili


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sounds tasty. what really got me going was a series of photos. the burger
in question was really a group effort. looked like a bunch of guys
sitting down to a football game. that's when it hit me what a cool "party
favor" that would be. so i gave it a shot. not terribly innovative, but
fun.

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Downright grotesque. LOL.


Whatcha talkin' about? It was a thing of beauty...a lock for the AFB
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BOB wrote:
http://www.porkchopbbq.com/bigburger1.html

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But my Big-Ass Burger was a work of art.

That's just gluttony.


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porkchopbbq wrote:
sounds tasty. what really got me going was a series of photos. the burger
in question was really a group effort. looked like a bunch of guys
sitting down to a football game. that's when it hit me what a cool "party
favor" that would be. so i gave it a shot. not terribly innovative, but
fun.


Don't forget the fact that it was fun too.

Gimme a link where I can post pics easily and freely and I'll gladly
show you mine. G


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porkchopbbq wrote:
:: please, sir. i was "inspired" by others... "TFM®" may have been
the
:: source; not entirely sure of the pic source.
::
:: if "TFM®" is my muse, many thanks! it was a lot of fun and i plan
on
:: doing it again! after my first run, i feel like i know enough to
try
:: again, and pull off a more "scale" appearance!

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery (or something like that).
;-)

They were both things of beauty. Welcome to alt.food.barbecue.

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porkchopbbq wrote:
:: sounds tasty. what really got me going was a series of photos.
the burger
:: in question was really a group effort. looked like a bunch of guys
:: sitting down to a football game. that's when it hit me what a cool
"party
:: favor" that would be. so i gave it a shot. not terribly
innovative, but
:: fun.

TFM® ate the whole thing. Not in one sitting, or (IIRC) not even in
one day.

I think that they were both more for fun than anything!
;-)

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On Tue, 02 May 2006 14:52:54 GMT, "kilikini"
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"porkchopbbq" wrote in message
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please, sir. i was "inspired" by others... "TFM®" may have been the
source; not entirely sure of the pic source.

if "TFM®" is my muse, many thanks! it was a lot of fun and i plan on
doing it again! after my first run, i feel like i know enough to try
again, and pull off a more "scale" appearance!


My husband, TFM®, put together a huge burger a couple of years ago. My
hubby can EAT and it still took him 3 days to eat this thing. We've been
talking about doing it again, but we've just never gotten around to it. I
think his had a pound of cheese, 3 or 4 pounds of ground beef (pre-cooked
scale, of course), a pound of bacon, 8 ounces of sauteed mushrooms, I don't
know how many tomatoes, lettuce, onion, all on a complete sourdough round.

Downright grotesque. LOL.

kili

It was worse than that! I saw the picture . . .

Harry


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how about photobucket?
http://www.photobucket.com/
or you could e them to me; i could post them as a "homage"...

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porkchopbbq wrote:
how about photobucket?
http://www.photobucket.com/
or you could e them to me; i could post them as a "homage"...


Here ya go.

http://s66.photobucket.com/albums/h280/notpitnalla/

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very nice! petit, but nice ;^) i see you are kooking on a K, yes?

i'm going to peoria in june for a little cookoff (really a BGE sales
thingy at a Hearth & Patio), and plan on doing a 10# this time. 5# was
just not big enough.

i'll have to link to your photobucket display on my site! very cool!

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porkchopbbq wrote:
very nice! petit, but nice ;^) i see you are kooking on a K, yes?


No sir, that's a WSM sans water pan.

Petit?!? It took me 2 or 3 days to eat it. On the third day it really
needed a new bun. :-(



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TFM® wrote:
porkchopbbq wrote:
how about photobucket?
http://www.photobucket.com/
or you could e them to me; i could post them as a "homage"...

Here ya go.

http://s66.photobucket.com/albums/h280/notpitnalla/


Nice series. Yer a hoot, TFM! ;-)

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