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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    I clearly understood that, hence the use of the CI skillet as a "smasher".
    Not saying a 10" skillet either, I have 6" or an 8" but, I really like the "Dave's burger trowel"
    Truly!
    I'm with ya, I use a 4" skillet. Works great.
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    I just use a Buttula spatula.

    It's massive and gets the job done with ease.


    Only thing that's better than a smashburger.......

















    Is 2 smashburgers !!!!!















    I use Vidalia & jalapeños in my burgers which pretty much turns them into loose patties that turn into smash burgers no matter what.






    Last edited by DubfromGA; 09-07-2017 at 10:33 AM.
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    What is that you are cooking on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew View Post
    What is that you are cooking on?
    Soapstone pizza stone.
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    Good grief! I just had breakfast and now I want one of your burgers Dub! Just one though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DubfromGA View Post
    Soapstone pizza stone.
    Never heard of that ... Cost, size? Where ya get it at?

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    Soapstone?

    We used flat bars of the stuff to mark burn lines on steel plate.

    Never knew one could cook on it.
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    I know this is late to the party, but a few years ago there was one of those tv cooking contest, which do to CRS I can't remember, but it was on cooking channel, and was one of those multiple episode elimination, judged contests.. This guy from Brooklyn was a contestant, and had just lost his restaurant to superstorm Sandy and was running a food truck. All this guy made were smashburgers. Ended up just narrowly missing first place, against all these gourmet chefs, and judged by the food channel big shot chefs,
    .So much for a fad, lol.

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