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Old 05-05-2003, 01:04 AM   #21
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Good Burgers

Here in the Morro Bay area nobody builds a better burger than a little hole in the wall place named Sylvesters. It's about 10 minutes away in the town of Los Osos. They slap what they call "Sylvester Sauce" on every burger and boy is it good.

About 30 minutes south, there's another hole in the wall place called "Vic's Hamburger Haven". The absolute best burgers I've ever had have been built there. Great burgers, great fries, great service. If you ever find yourself in the Arroyo Grande area, do yourself a favor and stop on in. Vic is usually the guy taking your order and making sure it gets made right. Tell him Big Jim in Morro Bay sent you!

As far as the big guys go, I have to go with Burger Thing and that new chicken whopper. Mighty tasty.

Jim



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Old 05-05-2003, 11:44 AM   #22
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Hey, Robert, we make our chips (fries) on the grill, too. We usually wash the potatoes and then cook them in the microwave oven for about 5 minutes. Then we slice them into 4 to six long slices (with peel still on). The pieces then get sprayed with a little olive oil and salted and peppered. Then we grill them until they are done. YUM!!

Nancy



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Old 05-07-2003, 09:44 AM   #23
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we make our chips (fries) on the grill, too. We usually wash the potatoes and then cook them in the microwave oven for about 5 minutes. Then we slice them into 4 to six long slices (with peel still on). The pieces then get sprayed with a little olive oil and salted and peppered. Then we grill them until they are done. YUM!!

Nancy
this sounds sooo good. this should be in the recipe section. Oh we are in the recipe section.



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Old 05-07-2003, 09:57 AM   #24
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Jana

yes we are and the only thread you *started* here was for fruitcake...as if that is something anyone would eat! :o

(just kidding)



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Old 05-07-2003, 10:12 AM   #25
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Rick

Suzz going to read this, and you are going to be in such trouble.
just because I can't cook doesn't mean I don't like to eat.
but I can cook :o kind-a - well I still like to eat. :)



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Old 05-07-2003, 04:13 PM   #26
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fruitcake

Rick is that referring to a person or a door stop ?
LOL sorry could not resist:E



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Old 05-07-2003, 04:15 PM   #27
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Al

I use them for doorstops!


*ducks and hides from Suz* :E :E



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Old 05-08-2003, 06:15 AM   #28
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All this talk of Burgers reminded me of my Dad's recipe for burgers.
To your hamburger meat, add
Chopped onions
Cruched Garlic
Soy Sauce
frozen Pinapple Juice Concentrate
Salt
Pepper
Bacon

The amounts of each depend partly on the quality of meat you have , and partly on personal taste.

Make the patties Wrap with bacon and grill them
Reminds me of being a kid again.



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Old 05-08-2003, 08:05 AM   #29
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to that I'd add LEAN hamburger, crushed soda crackers and an egg. :)



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Old 05-08-2003, 06:17 PM   #30
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“Vic's Hamburger Haven”
Jim
Where is Vic's Hamburger Haven? I don’t remember it.



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Old 05-11-2003, 11:54 PM   #31
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Vic's Hamgurger Haven

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“Vic's Hamburger Haven”
Jim
Where is Vic's Hamburger Haven? I don’t remember it.[/quote]

Michael,

As you get off HWY. 101 South, instead of heading toward Lopez Lake, turn right on Grand Ave. Vic's is about 1/2 mile down on your left.

Enjoy!

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Old 05-28-2003, 09:01 AM   #32
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Jim- gotta agree, Vic's is an awesome burger! Sylvester's is also good. A little pricey, but you usually get what you pay for.

There is always the standby, In N Out over in Atascadero. They have such a beast called a "4x4 animal", where they double their Double Double. Talk about an artery clogger?

We have a cool little coffee shop here in Morro Bay named "Margie's" and I am partial to anything they serve up. Their portions are huge and their Mushroom Burger makes me salivate at any hour.



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Old 05-28-2003, 07:08 PM   #33
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mouth watering

found a 'too good to be true but is burger joint' - it's called the Silver Bullet, yup that's right, in a converted 71 airstream. Both the the fries and the burgers are homemade, so is the gravy.They also do a mean poutine( pronounced poo-tin ) for those of you who are saying huh??? it's a french Canadian thing- great fries with melted cheese on top, smothered in gravy. the only problem is they're only open from May to September, too cold in the winter. If you're ever in Sudbury Ontario you're missing something if you don't try it out



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Old 05-31-2003, 09:26 PM   #34
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If you like flavor, this is for you.

Spicy Burger yum...

1 1/3 pounds ground sirloin or ground turkey breast
1 small onion, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 tablespoon (a palmful) ground cumin
1 tablespoon, (a palmful) dark chili powder
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper sauce
1 teaspoon (1/3 palmful) coarse salt
1 tablespoon (1 turn around the pan) vegetable oil

Makes 4 servings
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Lori made these tonight and man were they good.

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Old 07-11-2003, 10:58 AM   #35
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Mt. Rainier Burger

We recently took a short vacation to the Seattle, Washington area. I made it a point to get to Mt. Rainier one day for the spectacular views not available here in good old Iowa.

Anyway after a day in the park we were quite hungry. We wanted a locally owned restaurant with great food. We stopped at the Copper Creek Restaurant (or something like that). I ordered this burger there that was one of the best I've had. The bun was homemade and wonderful. The kicker to this burger was that it had a fried egg laid on top of the meet. Gave it a very unique flavor and texture.

If you're in that area I'd suggest stopping in for one



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Old 07-11-2003, 11:33 AM   #36
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Burgers

I recently tried turkey burgers after seeing them cooked on a TV food show. They were out of this world and good for you too. I like them best on the grill as the smokey flavor is the perfect finish. The basic recipe is:

Ground Turkey ( I like the mixed kind but all white is good too )
1 small onion (I use pearl/boiler or green onions minced fine)
1 rib of celery (finely minced)
1 lg clove garlic (crushed and minced fine)
green/red/jalapeno pepper (diced very small)
Raw apple or raw carrot (very finely shredded)
Finely minced cilantro, thyme, parsley, rosemary or other herbs

Mix the ground meat with as much of each ingredient as you prefer. The apple and veggies add flavor but are more for the moisture. Form into patties ( I create a hole in the center so that the patty cooks all the way through). Spray each patty with Pam and grill or pan fry until cooked through - but don't overdo as they will dry out.
Serve on toasted whole wheat buns and you have a fabulous low fat healthy burger. A good topping is a cranberry mayo made by mixing cranberry sauce into mayo. Lip smacking good but adds back the fat that you got rid of by using turkey!!

My family likes these better than beef burgers anymore. Try 'em.



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Old 07-17-2003, 10:42 AM   #37
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The turkey burger looks good for leftovers after turkeyday. :conf course you were using raw to start. well, I'll think of something. guess I'll just have to have turkey before then. :wak (I'm getting hungry) Thanks, Debbie.



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