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Old 08-15-2013, 05:13 PM   #1
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English Hamburger Muffins

Nothing like a good hamburger to go with that really cold beer. Next time, instead of using regular hamburger buns, use English Muffins. They give the burger a different taste, and the meat patty fits the muffin better. Another plus is that since the muffins are smaller, they have a few less calories to worry about.

Also, if available, and legal to pick up, use a bunch of pine cones instead of charcoal to cook with. Just don't use new pine cones as they might have too much pine sap on them. 50-100 pine cones will burn with even heat for quite a while.
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Old 08-15-2013, 05:18 PM   #2
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Nothing like a good hamburger to go with that really cold beer. Next time, instead of using regular hamburger buns, use English Muffins. They give the burger a different taste, and the meat patty fits the muffin better. Another plus is that since the muffins are smaller, they have a few less calories to worry about.

Also, if available, and legal to pick up, use a bunch of pine cones instead of charcoal to cook with. Just don't use new pine cones as they might have too much pine sap on them. 50-100 pine cones will burn with even heat for quite a while.
Using EM in place of buns sounds like a great idea. I sometimes fork split an EM and then toast them and butter them and slather on some picante sauce.

I'm going to try your suggestion.
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Toast those EMs, put some Italian seasoning on them, some pizza sauce, cheese, and pepperoni, put in the microwave for 1 minute, and you got yourself a mini pizza.
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Toast those EMs, put some Italian seasoning on them, some pizza sauce, cheese, and pepperoni, put in the microwave for 1 minute, and you got yourself a mini pizza.
Yes they are very good in many different ways. We like the Thomas brand most.
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Old 08-19-2013, 08:44 PM   #5
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EMs are great for burgers , i have even ate burgers on Onion Bagels before,kind of a neat twist to the burger.
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Real English muffins are called "Crumpets"
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Real English muffins are called "Crumpets"
Crumpets - Trumpets - Rrumpets - I don't care what you call them, I still like them.
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No, they're not the same. English muffins are unheard of in England! Crumpets are a different recipe altogether and are cooked differently.
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