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    Hump Day Smash Burgers

    Got the Mojoe out for some Smash Burgers last night. Did some Lamb Weston Steak fries on my JJ to go along with them. We've had this brand several times since seeing Bob C's french fry thread a couple of weeks ago.

    On the griddle. It was getting pretty dark and didn't have my lights set up. Pictures are poor.



    Patties are super thin and I got a good crust after the flip.... except the one I screwed up.



    Used deli American cheese.



    Made the "secret sauce". Ha ha.









    Fries done.







    We love smash burgers. These were really good. It was a fun evening to grill. Might be the last one for a while. There's another fire burning north of Redding, to the west of us. We're keeping a nervous eye on it. Thanks for looking everyone.
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    Smashing looking burgers and fries Cliff!
    The only problem I see with your pics are, they made me hungry, very hungry!
    Hope those fires stay away.
    and a Pit Boss Kamado

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    I love smashburgers, and those could get all my love hahaha

    Secret sauce looks like thousand island dressing ????
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    I haven’t made smash burgers in a long time, but after seeing yours, I think our menu for Saturday evening has just changed!! Those things are smash burger perfection!
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    Those look great. What's your secret sauce? I was thinking Sriracha Mayo.
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    Those look great Cliff, that's what we are having tonight.
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    Cliff, like Rich said we are having them tonight. Yours look awesome great job. Stay safe .
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    Looks great Cliff! Whats your setup? Is that a pizza stone?
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    Thanks everyone!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Correll View Post
    Hope those fires stay away.
    It's looking better today Bob. Hopefully the winds will remain calm.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn Dollar View Post
    Secret sauce looks like thousand island dressing ????
    Yep, very close to the recipe my wife makes.

    Quote Originally Posted by JimK View Post
    Those look great. What's your secret sauce? I was thinking Sriracha Mayo.
    Close Jim. This is quarter cup each ketchup, mayo along with tbsp dill relish, tsp distilled white vinegar, tsp. paprika and lastly a tsp of white sugar.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Central Ohio View Post
    Whats your setup?
    It's a Mojoe Griddle on a 22" Weber Kettle.
    Last edited by Cliff Bartlett; 08-23-2019 at 09:57 AM. Reason: Correct typo in recipe
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    Great looking smash burgers Cliff.
    Hope that the fires are staying away & the winds calm.
    We are ready for cooler weather & fall to arrive.
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