Hot and Spicy Turkey Burgers

Ali

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#21
RoyalOrleans said:
That's it...

I'm moving you, Emkay, and Ali down here and into my house.
Hooray! No longer will I have to live as a homeless vagabond!

These sound fantastic and adding the yogurt as a binding agent is a suprising element. I will have to give this recipe a go.
 
#22
RoyalOrleans said:
That's it...

I'm moving you, Emkay, and Ali down here and into my house.

I'll start packing now.:D

I also love a good roast beef sammich with six tablespoons of pure horseradish. That right there is good eatin's. There's a place in the middle of nowhere CT that does one of the local fairs each year. You have to get there early before they sell out. I'm not a huge eater, but I managed to scarf four of those babies down. Ugh, now I'm hungry.
 

RoyalOrleans

I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For
#23
Ali said:
Hooray! No longer will I have to live as a homeless vagabond!
You give a whole new definition to the word "tramp". Oh... wait... no you don't.

Ali said:
These sound fantastic and adding the yogurt as a binding agent is a suprising element. I will have to give this recipe a go.
My first attempt, I completely screwed them up. I decided that I wouldn't need to use the yogurt, because I used a flat griddle. Big mistake! Since turkey is so lean, the yogurt is very important to holding the integrity of the burger together.
 

RoyalOrleans

I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For
#24
angie said:
I'll start packing now.:D
Where you're going, you just need to come as you are.

angie said:
I also love a good roast beef sammich with six tablespoons of pure horseradish. That right there is good eatin's. There's a place in the middle of nowhere CT that does one of the local fairs each year. You have to get there early before they sell out. I'm not a huge eater, but I managed to scarf four of those babies down. Ugh, now I'm hungry.
There are two ways to pronounce "sandwich"; the correct way and "sammich". I prefer "sammich", because it sounds gooder. Me and my country-ass speech.
 

Cloaked

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Staff member
#26
RoyalOrleans said:
Where you're going, you just need to come as you are.



There are two ways to pronounce "sandwich"; the correct way and "sammich". I prefer "sammich", because it sounds gooder. Me and my country-ass speech.
The you got the Eastern U.S. way of saying it. Sammigg.
 

Ali

Eschew obfuscation
#33
RoyalOrleans said:
Fargo is in my own personal top ten.
It's a good flick. And you've been to MN so I know you can relate to the humor....lol.

I try to cover up my accent, but the drawn out "o's" and sharp "a's" give me away every time.
 

hugo

Big Time BS'er
#37
RoyalOrleans said:
You give a whole new definition to the word "tramp". Oh... wait... no you don't.



My first attempt, I completely screwed them up. I decided that I wouldn't need to use the yogurt, because I used a flat griddle. Big mistake! Since turkey is so lean, the yogurt is very important to holding the integrity of the burger together.
Didn't have yogurt so I used mayo.
 

hugo

Big Time BS'er
#39
Scored a bunch of pickled jalapenos from our last company lunch cater, Been adding three per pound to the recipe. It's great.
 

hugo

Big Time BS'er
#40
Gotta thank RO for this one. Turkey burgers have become a staple around my house. No dill today, trying cilantro, trying dijon mustard to hold it together.