1982vett":ecjgh3pv said::lol: Good explanation as any when you let them burn up. :lol:
bigbull338":woaolde3 said:come on guys be nice.yall are making me hungry for a big berger an i cant eat 1 right now.
yes eat 2 or 3 bergers for me.im so ready for a big berger.but itll be 3 more weeks before i can try 1.grannysoo":2qhf453e said:bigbull338":2qhf453e said:come on guys be nice.yall are making me hungry for a big berger an i cant eat 1 right now.
Not to rub it in or anything, but smack-smack-chew-chew-yum-yum, we're grilling some more this weekend!
I'll eat a couple for you my friend... :tiphat:
Preach on!!! :clap: :clap: For hamburgers I like enough fat in them that you have to watch em to make sure they don't catch fire.mnmtranching":b3jdazw5 said:When we sell burger most people want lean, 90%. So I end up with lean burger for personnel use often. :frowns:
This year a guy wanted the good fat added to his burger at least 20% fat. OK we did the whole critter with burger 80%. It was a fed BA heifer 14 months old and is as good a steaks as it gets. Any way these burgers grilled are out of this world. They catch fire, I guess most of the fat is cooked out anyway but the flavor is there. I think lean burger is good for indoor type recipes, but for the grill :cowboy: I'm going to need them to catch fire from now on.