A Guilty Pleasure

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corabeth
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2006/06/11 10:42:13 (permalink)

A Guilty Pleasure

Does anyone else do this?

After frying hamburgers, leave the grease in the skillet. Lower heat to medium low. Take bread(plain ole white bread), place the bread in the skillet to soak up the grease on one side, turn over and grill the bread until it is crisp and brown on both sides.

OHHHH, is this good. Heart attack ala grilled bread, but really yummy as an occasional treat.
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    Poverty Pete
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/11 11:10:00 (permalink)
    No, I don't do that. Have you ever been to Dyer's, on Beale street in Memphis? It's your kinda place.
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    enginecapt
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/11 12:47:58 (permalink)
    Not with hamburger grease, but I do that with a little hot pepper sausage grease that I keep on hand for pan grilling hot dog and hamburg buns.
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/11 12:48:50 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Poverty Pete

    No, I don't do that. Have you ever been to Dyer's, on Beale street in Memphis? It's your kinda place.


    Been there and done that. It turned the Mayor off but in my opinion, the burger was very good.

    I think their oil is much older than what was posted.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN
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    roossy90
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/13 17:57:21 (permalink)
    I have been known to do with the bacon as it is frying...
    (oh, my heart!)
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    Jimeats
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/14 13:51:17 (permalink)
    No but similar, My grandmother after cooking a steak in a cast iron skillet would deglaze the pan and add stale bread to the pan juices. She called it poor mans steak and as a kid I thought it was damn decient. Chow Jim
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    jellybear
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/14 14:17:13 (permalink)
    I do that to the customers,I wouldnt think of eating that myself.
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    PapaJoe8
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/14 15:39:27 (permalink)
    I take some juice from a roast and spoon some on french bread and bake. Not so unhealthy and still good.
    Joe
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    Pigiron
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/14 15:49:07 (permalink)
    If I'm going to eat something SO unbelievably bad for me, it's not going to be straight grease.
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    Bluemaxx
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/14 21:43:30 (permalink)
    Damn!! Now that sounds GREAT!! Sign me up.....but first an appointment with my Cardiovascular surgen just in case....worth it though
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    SassyGritsAL
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/27 15:05:36 (permalink)
    I also do this. After pan frying my burgers, I take the top of the buns and dip them in the grease and then lay them on top of the burgers and cover with a lid and let them soften for a few minutes. I only do this when I can't grill out. When I worked concession for a local high school baseball team we did this all the time and people loved them. Some of the best burgers around.
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    fabulousoyster
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    RE: A Guilty Pleasure 2006/06/28 13:45:40 (permalink)
    I like to fry up an 85% lean with butter and pour that liquid goodness after its done on the bun.
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