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    Here's something for your Grill/Smoker

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    Those look amazing. The portion size is a little ridiculous, but I could see doing that in a reduced size.
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    They look great, but I like my bacon a little more done. I wonder if precooking the bacon a bit would work? Just one of those would make a meal for the missus and me.

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    If your precooked it, it wouldn't really be able to stick to the burger as well to hold it together.

    The stuff on the inside, well, even if you put it in crispy, not sure it would stay that way.
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    Something to go along with the Beer Can Burger!

    Bloomin' Onion Bread.

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    It sure appeals to me, burgers are in my top 5 favorite foods. One would be enough for my wife and I and there would still be some leftover (maybe).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    They look great, but I like my bacon a little more done. I wonder if precooking the bacon a bit would work? Just one of those would make a meal for the missus and me.
    I've pre-cooked bacon when using it to wrap filets. Fry it about half done, wrap the meat and stick a toothpick to hold it.

    Ditto on one being a meal for both of us!!!
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