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Old 05-16-2002, 12:49 PM   #16
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lol...very funny, Bama. I have been a vegetarian since 1988 and have explored the gamut of veggie burgers. There are some bads one out there, lemme tell ya. That would be the majority of them. But once in awhile, I get a delicious one. I like ones made from spicy black beans, vegetables and grains, for example, rather than ones made from something trying to imitate meat. I stay away from those.

Veggie burgers are just an excuse for me to have ketchup on a bun anyway.
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Veggie burgers are just an excuse for me to have ketchup on a bun anyway.
Cantcha just eat ketchup on a bun plain?

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Old 05-16-2002, 12:54 PM   #18
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Cantcha just eat ketchup on a bun plain?


I knew somebody was going to say that--I just didn't know it would happen so fast! I require a li'l something else with my ketchuppy buns--call me crazy!
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I knew somebody was going to say that--I just didn't know it would happen so fast! I require a li'l something else with my ketchuppy buns--call me crazy!
Crazy!

hehe. j/k. you know I luvs ya!

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Old 05-16-2002, 01:42 PM   #20
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Bama, do you mean using the "bar-bee-qu" flavoring, I mean like charcoal or propane grilling
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yeah, I was referring to what TheU2 said, personally, I prefer grilling my burgers... medium well (w/ cheese and toasted bun)

Hahah..Yes, The World Famous Toasted Bun. From the Weber of course..

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One thing to remember about soy burgers:

The ones that have the biggest promotion often suck. Seriously. I hate Boca burgers, and everyone I know who says,"I've tried to eat those soy burgers.. but they taste so bad!" ate Boca burgers. And I LOVE soy burgers, I've been raised as a vegetarian all my life and I hate them. Morningstar Farms is the best, IMO.

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One thing to remember about soy burgers:

The ones that have the biggest promotion often suck. Seriously. I hate Boca burgers, and everyone I know who says,"I've tried to eat those soy burgers.. but they taste so bad!" ate Boca burgers. And I LOVE soy burgers, I've been raised as a vegetarian all my life and I hate them. Morningstar Farms is the best, IMO.

I'm not vegetarian anymore, but I LOVE Morningstar Farms products. I wish they weren't so expensive, though.

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Bama, do you mean using the "bar-bee-qu" flavoring, I mean like charcoal or propane grilling
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I do not use "liquid smoke," nor do I put barbecue sauce on steaks, burgers, etc. I may put it on certain type of pork (Boston butt, ribs) and occasionally if I "grill" chicken. I was referring to the same type of barbecuing as you: over a charcoal or propane grill. TheCK doesn't do or know how to do either because he lives in New York City.

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I'm not vegetarian anymore,
Oh heavens! So it's possible to "go back"?
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I do not use "liquid smoke," nor do I put barbecue sauce on steaks, burgers, etc. I may put it on certain type of pork (Boston butt, ribs) and occasionally if I "grill" chicken. I was referring to the same type of barbecuing as you: over a charcoal or propane grill. TheCK doesn't do or know how to do either because he lives in New York City.

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I thought "barbecue" technically meant "roasting for a really long time over a wood fire and allowing the meat to pick up the wood smoke flavor"?
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Maybe that's how you Ivy League types define it in The Harvard Dictionary, but down here it is as simple as throwing a piece of meat on the grill, any grill. Perhaps I should just say "grilling out" when referring to burgers, steaks, etc?

Though I might add, all of the "barbecue restaurants" down here serve pork that has been "roasted for a really long time over a wood fire and allowing the meat to pick up the wood smoke flavor."

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Did you pay for your refill on your soda or was it on the house, before you scampered off?
Curious.


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I always "assume" that self-service drink stations (such as those at Burger King and Taco Bell) are "on the house" unless a sign says otherwise.

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Oh heavens! So it's possible to "go back"?
Yes, you CAN go home again after all.

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