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  1. #1
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    Default Burgers & onions on the Sizzle-Q

    Here ya go Tim. These are a from a cook a couple years ago.









    Jim

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    That one looked like it did a good job, but they both look like the grill surface is slanted toward the back. Prolly just an illusion.

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    Looks good....a fried burger is really good now and then, I just hate the stink it leaves in the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joneser View Post
    Looks good....a fried burger is really good now and then, I just hate the stink it leaves in the house.
    Stink??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Stink??????

    Looks like it did the job there!
    Lou
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    I just don't care for the lingering odor of fried hamburgers in the house. It's not so bad in the summer, but in the winter when the house is closed up tight, it tends to hang around for a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joneser View Post
    I just don't care for the lingering odor of fried hamburgers in the house. It's not so bad in the summer, but in the winter when the house is closed up tight, it tends to hang around for a bit.
    I would tend to believe those cooked onions would over-ride the smell of the burgers ~ Those look really good .

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    Man those onions look perfect. Thanks for sharing!!

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    I seen that grill pan thing at Lowes the other day. I bet it would be great for pancakes and things like that. Grub looked nice as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleBQ View Post
    I would tend to believe those cooked onions would over-ride the smell of the burgers ~ Those look really good .
    I call it PEFUME!!!!

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