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Speaking of hamburgers…

Courtesy of Serious Eats

Courtesy of Serious Eats

These 10 tips on how to cook better hamburgers at home should be required reading for everyone who owns a grill.

They come from Serious EatsA Hamburger Today blog.

7 comments Add your comment

Tyler Pike

March 25th, 2010
12:37 pm

Those 10 tips were clearly written by an amateur. Like Daddy always says; those who can’t do it, teach it. No good grillsman is taking a thermometer to his grill. One time my uncle Brian came over and Daddy had made a ton of his world famous BBQ. Well Brian wanted to contribute so he decided to do some burgers and hot dogs on Daddy’s grill. He pulled out a thermometer to check the burgers and let me tell you what. Daddy grabbed that thing and threw it probably 80 yards into the field. Needless to say Daddy’s nickname since then has been John Elway.

East Lake Ira

March 25th, 2010
1:12 pm

No mention of Smush or Don’t Smush?

That’s always the debate in our house…

Reds

March 25th, 2010
2:44 pm

Don’t smush!! Makes all the nommy juices go right into the fire.

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Just give me a G&T

March 29th, 2010
10:22 am

“Those 10 tips were clearly written by an amateur. Like Daddy always says; those who can’t do it, teach it. No good grillsman is taking a thermometer to his grill. One time my uncle Brian came over and Daddy had made a ton of his world famous BBQ. Well Brian wanted to contribute so he decided to do some burgers and hot dogs on Daddy’s grill. He pulled out a thermometer to check the burgers and let me tell you what. Daddy grabbed that thing and threw it probably 80 yards into the field. Needless to say Daddy’s nickname since then has been John Elway.”

…and then he married my sister!

Ah, redneck cooking. Ya gotta love it. Just don’t eat it.

Nonsense

March 31st, 2010
3:47 pm

You call this a blog post? It’s lazy work by the ajc’s “star” food writer. And the link isn’t even good culinary advice, it’s an advertisement for more kitchen and grlll gadgets. This isn’t honest-to-goodness food writing, it’s food-industry chatter. You just wasted my time.

John Kessler

March 31st, 2010
5:03 pm

Sorry you feel that way, Nonsense. I’m not into the thermometer, but I thought a lot of the tips were worth sharing with readers.