LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER

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LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER

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 I sell the original LUMS spices with the directions on the Ollieburger
> > & Ollie  fries. The Ollieburger and  the Ollie fries are two  difference
> > spices. Cost  is $10.95 per lb plus shipping which is usually 4.95 
> for the two lbs:    three lbs, four lb or more 10.95.  Send me  your address and how
> > much you want  and I will send it out to you. I will bill you on
> paypal. I also  sell the LUMS key lime pie
> > recipe(8.95),  LUMS hot dog steamed in beer recipe (8.95) , LUMS beef
> rub and wienerwald chicken rub(10.95). 
Dennis


 
post edited by dennisdb61@aol.com - 2010/07/22 10:40:30
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    seafarer john
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    Re:LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER 2010/07/22 09:19:23 (permalink)
    Dennis: I'd like to get some of your product to give to a friend. but I need a little more information.

    About how many 4 oz. hamburgers will 1 lb. of your recipe make?

    Is the hot dog steamed in beer item just a recipe or is it a product, and what kind (brand or meat mix) of hot dog works best with your recipe?

    BTW: I see no problem with members of these forums making  their product available to us thru this site. I recognize that it could get t of hand with all kinds of nefarious people joining to spam us with porn and other crap, but I think our managers can handle that.

    Cheers, John 
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    Re:LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER 2010/07/22 11:20:43 (permalink)
    seafarer john

    Dennis: I'd like to get some of your product to give to a friend. but I need a little more information.

    About how many 4 oz. hamburgers will 1 lb. of your recipe make?

    Is the hot dog steamed in beer item just a recipe or is it a product, and what kind (brand or meat mix) of hot dog works best with your recipe?

    BTW: I see no problem with members of these forums making  their product available to us thru this site. I recognize that it could get t of hand with all kinds of nefarious people joining to spam us with porn and other crap, but I think our managers can handle that.

    Cheers, John 

    John,
    You get approximately 8-10 burgers  out of 1 lb of spices. you have to marinate the burgers instead of brushing on the marinade. 
    The hotdog recipe comes with directions and the type of dogs  and beer that we used at LUMS.
    Dennis
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    Re:LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER 2010/07/22 20:11:58 (permalink)
     I just need the spice recipe. 
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    Re:LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER 2010/07/26 13:24:50 (permalink)
    Dennis: the package arrived in good shape in today's mail, Thanks.

    Cheers, John 
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    Re:LUMS HOTDOGS STEAMED IN BEER & OLLIEBURGER 2010/08/01 13:45:16 (permalink)
    Dennis: We shared some hamburgers, both marinated and stuffed with spices, with Brooklyn Bill and his wife last night. Couldn't tell the difference and they were both excellent. Brooklyn Bill is much more familiar with Lums and Ollie burgers that I ever was and he declared the burgers to be the real thing. The bun sauce, which we used as a dipping sauce , was a real hit - those spices do a lot for a pretty mundane French dressing as produced by Kens.

    Cheers, John 
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