Discussion in 'Food' started by Wasp, Apr 27, 2019.
My schedule got totally messed up today, so instead of making lunch in the woods, this happened. It's a Wendy's Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger. I inhaled it at the trailhead this afternoon and it was delicious!!
Just one? You’re a better (wo)man than I. Two, at a minimum. And the Value Fries.
I know what’s for lunch tommorow, thanks to you.
I ate one in the car on the way to the trail. It was a long drive and they smelled so good!! Those might be the perfect little burger.
Enjoy your lunch. EAT IT OUTSIDE and report back, Roughian!!
did I miss it? no mention of a Pittsburger
1/2 lb burger w/ cheddar cheese, bacon, a fried egg and the bun lathered w/ peanut butter- sounds a little weird, but guarantee you'll like it
typically reserved for after 30+ mile days
That sounds amazing. I'm a convert who likes PB in my noodles and in a Butt Hole sandwich, adding to a bacon cheeseburger is not such a stretch. Is this the burger you eat before the Bob Marshall Open?
the burger I ate when I got home after my wife affectionately calls them heart attack burgers
It would have done me good to read about that heart attack burger BEFORE I ate dinner.
Now I am craving bacon, again!
RIGHT?!?! AHHH!!!!!!!!!! let's go for a walk!
At Cecil's (Cajun Restaraunt) in Deridder, LA. Behold, the Ragin' Cajun Burger...
^ looks like it has the four basic food groups covered- burger, bacon, cheese and fries
The pictures are terrible, but my hubby knows that I've been craving burgers lately. He was golfing last night, so missed out on the delicious BBQ chops and corn I BBQd for dinner. He's really late on Wednesday nights so he hit the drive-thru for a Burger King Whopper on his way home, thinking that there would be no left-overs at home. He gladly traded it to me from a nice, thick cut, juicy pork chop.
We had eaten hours ago and I was feeling peckish again. There was a little too much onion on it for my liking but I ended up eating the whole thing.
BK is the only game in town.
They've been running two for $6 Whoppers or chicken sandwiches for a while now. I love their fried chicken sandwiches, but once in a while will pull the trigger on a couple whoppers. They taste good going down, but an hour later they hit bottom hard
I agree that they taste good going down and wreak havoc later. It repeated on me terribly.
Anybody cooking burgers for fathers day?
Not here, but those look delicious!
Turtle burger...it has a lot of bite!!
I'll bet mine tasted better
I was on one of my rare visits to an area with a BK last week and decided to stop for lunch. Decided on the "Bacon King". I made it about 2/3 of the way through the thing when I came to my senses and stopped. I wrapped up the rest along with a bunch of fries and gave it to my crow friends when I got home. I'm sure they enjoyed it until after they were done.
Now you know where all that crazy bird poop was coming from
Is there any problem a JBC can't solve? No, the answer is no.
I used to enjoy Whoppers or Whopper Jr's. But I have stopped for 2 reasons:
1) You taste them for the next 2 days from acid reflux and belching. (sorry if TMI)
2) The actual burger is always cold. Cant remember the last time I was served a burger from Burger King that actually seen any heat. Room temp at best.
I also remember back in the early 70's when I worked at DQ making Brazier Burgers. The burgers came frozen, we put them on the grill and "half cooked" them, and they then went into a stainless covered bin next to the grill where they stayed warm and sat in their juices. When it was time to cook an order, out came a half cooked burger with juices dripping off into the grill causing flames to erupt. Looked good... and tasted great! I've got some frozen patties from Costco that I'm going to try this with on my Big Green Egg grill.
Never had a cold one at the one I sometimes go to. My issue is they sure taste good going down but unless I'm involved in some hardcore physical activity when I eat one, it just destroys the rest of the day for me if I eat a whole one. Over eating just doesn't appeal to me any more.
WOW! That looks amazing!!!
Wheat hoagie, hamburger, griddled Genoa salami, white American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onion, special sauce.
Geez, how many hamburgers do you eat in a day, @Brew-Jitsu ? lol
Ha! I don't eat them daily. That would be ridiculous. I eat them every other day at best.
Here are a couple of mine:
Bush burger. Was decent but I need to find a better way to make buns out in the woods since they didn't rise at all. Will get better next time.
And some at home on the grill:
Also made some pretzel bun burgers but have no pics of those sadly.
Even better, that was at 9 am and 10:30 am.
Nice. And you take some good pics.
Are you making these or are they from a burger house? There are some very nice specialty type burgers there. I might make some pastrami just so I can replicate (in my way) that Reuben burger. Corned beef and hamburger... yowza
Well heck. I don't know where he lives... it doesn't say under his pic. Or maybe he's a fireman and keeps odd hours
I've posted pics from previous burgers I've made
Thank you. The pics were all taken on my phone.
The burgers are all from places out and about. I've been planning to make some juicy lucys (burgers stuffed with cheese) pretty soon though. I try not to make burgers too often because I love them, if you couldn't tell. When I do make burgers, I use egg, worcestershire, garlic, onion, and salt and pepper in my mix. Toasted brioche bun, heirloom tomatoes, butter lettuce, fried onions, pepper jack, bacon, avocado, fry sauce (mayo mixed with ketchup, usually spicy ketchup)...
I'm looking forward to seeing your pastrami burger!
I'm not against eating early burgers.
I thought that having a burger anytime was socially acceptable.
My sisters Birthday tonight.
That's just so wrong... looks savory, tastes sweet...
But well done, artistically...
We bought it, it wasn't bad. Icing in the middle instead of the outside is a little weird, but it tasted good.
What, not much love for the lamb burger on this thread? The lamb burger is without peer IMHO. I have no pictures but my favorite to make at home is basically a lamb burger with a lemongrass aioli. Ground lamb, garlic powder, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme, salt and pepper for the patties. Top the burger with red onion, arugula, feta crumbles, heirloom tomatoes and the aioli. Be certain not to overcook the lamb. A nice pink is perfect. Serve on a good quality bun. I usually make a Greek style slaw to round out the meal. I guarantee you would be a fan.
With onion, mint and oregano
Feta cheese in the middle
I eat them as is. Full of flavor.
Big Mac night
I've been saying for a long time, if McDonald's served real meat and it looked like that with fresh cut fries....they could charge like $12+ for an "Extra Value Meal".
I've never had a lamb burger. I certainly would try one though!
They are delicious and lamb is readily available. Lamb lends itself to the bold flavors of arugula and feta as well as others. Highly recommended!
I’ll give it a shot!