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    Smoke'm if you got'm

    Burgers that is...smoked burgers

    These are about 3/4" thick and seasoned with McCormick Montreal Steak seasoning. I season them and put a slight dimple in the center of each patty to help keep the moisture in.
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    Smoke for 45 minutes at 225*, no flipping, just let them cook...the results are...
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    The juiciest burgers ever!
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    yum yum and nice cold bev to wash it all down with
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    Nice technique. Might have to give it a shot!
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    Those look great. I really like the Montreal seasoning
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    I had 2 last night seasoned and for some reason I was awake all night , finally fell a sleep around 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    I had 2 last night seasoned and for some reason I was awake all night , finally fell a sleep around 4.
    I do believe that would be called heart burn Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Burgers that is...smoked burgers

    These are about 3/4" thick and seasoned with McCormick Montreal Steak seasoning. I season them and put a slight dimple in the center of each patty to help keep the moisture in.
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    Smoke for 45 minutes at 225*, no flipping, just let them cook...the results are...
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    The juiciest burgers ever!
    I haven't smoked a burger, not sure I want to wait that long... I get the grill really hot and throw them on... if they bounce then that's their turning.... I do smoke briskets ever so often, but that's usually an all night job... I start them about 10 pm so we can eat by noon or 2 pm next day....
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