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Old 01-23-2021, 01:22 PM   #1
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Talking Chorizo Burgers for lunch

Made 5lbs of chorizo sausage


Burgers on the webber 33% chorizo rest ground beef




Put some Chili de Arbol salsa on top!!!
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Old 01-23-2021, 01:38 PM   #2
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Oh, Day-um!

Fire in the hole!

Is that smoke I see in the East?

I'll bet that's tasty as all get-out.
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That sounds farkin ridiculous. I mean that had to be some tasty burgers.
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Thats a serious sounding burger, so what did you think
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Old 01-23-2021, 03:00 PM   #5
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The burgers are very good! I should have put some pickled onions and avocado slices on it!
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I should have put some pickled onions and avocado slices on it!
That sounds perfect... avocado to provide some creamy cooling and those pickled onions to cut though the fatty richness.

Keep 'em coming, Zip. Hope you folks are well.
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That looks and sounds amazing
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Interesting contrast that is with the popular green chile burger. With the spices in the chorizo and the chile de arbol salsa, you have a red chile cheeseburger. I like where this is going and can see new doors opening wide as we speak...
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Sum-bitch that’s what I’m talking bout!
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That's a fine lunch Zip.
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Sounds Good.
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The burgers are very good! I should have put some pickled onions and avocado slices on it!
Not a fan of pickled onions but...

Try fermenting some red onion slices for a week or so. You'll never want the vinegar-ed onions again.
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Do you make your own chorizo seasoning. I make my own chorizo, but I buy the seasoning (Excalibur brand). I cut the bone out of 25lbs of pork butt then grind it up and mix in the seasoning. Thought about making my own seasoning, but price wasn’t worth it. Looks great!
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Do you make your own chorizo seasoning. I make my own chorizo, but I buy the seasoning (Excalibur brand). I cut the bone out of 25lbs of pork butt then grind it up and mix in the seasoning. Thought about making my own seasoning, but price wasn’t worth it. Looks great!

I did make my own seasoning...

Ancho and new mexican dried chilies
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