Written by adam on Dec 9, 2007
Video: Bullseye Burger
This is our first attempt at a video. With my limited resources for mixing, this is how it came out. The burger is a bullseye burger. Basically, you build onion rings right into your raw patties and grill them. The result is delicious.
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Basically, you build onion rings right into your raw patties and grill them.
This says it all. No video needed!
Here's another video.
Take a pot, fill it with water. Bring the water to a boil. Drop in a pack of hot dogs.
That should be REAL fun stuff to watch!!!
I may be slow, but at what step do you put Sangria in the burgers? Seems a little unorthodox, but you are The Oracle.
I know I don't have some kind of cool nickname like The Orifice, I mean Oracle, but why in the hell would you put your hand on the grate to see if its hot? Are you brain dead, boy? Been eating paint chips?
Let me guess: first degree burns on you hand means low heat, second degree is medium heat, and third degree is high.
Why don't you just use the thermometer on the hood of your grill?
The most disturbing part of the video is when he fondles those two balls of meat. Did not need to see that.
Those things must be tasty. Notice he burnt, I mean made, three burgers, but could only get one person to eat the bullseye.
Exactly how many onions would you need to get rings for six of these burgers?
I admire the expert way he cuts the onion. Could have used those skills when trying out his Henckel's Chef knife on that ham. Bet the kids were around during the videotapping.
Here's another video:
In light of the last post by Dean, I would suggest you use the PRE-SLICED ham instead of cutting your own.
Again, another powerful documentary.
Seems like it would be simpler and safer to use dry onion soup mix instead of a onion. You lose your bullseye on the burger, but you hit the bullseye on the taste scale.
Yet another movie:
1.Open the bag of chips.
We got us a whole series going here!
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