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marp

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  • Joined: 2/17/2008
  • Location: Ashtabula, OH
Red Barn Sun, 02/17/08 3:02 PM (permalink)
Does anyone know the recipe for the barn buster or big barney sause.
 
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    jimsock9

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    • Joined: 1/10/2008
    • Location: cloud lake, FL
    RE: Red Barn Sun, 02/17/08 3:38 PM (permalink)
     
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      brittneal

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      • Joined: 9/17/2006
      • Location: fairborn, OH
      RE: Red Barn Sun, 02/17/08 3:55 PM (permalink)
       
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        Buddy Dek

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        • Joined: 3/19/2007
        • Location: Long Island, NY
        RE: Red Barn Mon, 02/18/08 6:52 PM (permalink)
        http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/sku8283145/index.cfm?pkey=celtslo&ckey=eltslo

        I found this 6qt model pressure cooker by williams-sonoma, I don't know if this model would be helpful or not.

        Buddy
         
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          McBurger

          • Total Posts: 7
          • Joined: 4/4/2007
          • Location: San Antonio, TX
          RE: Red Barn Wed, 04/2/08 10:26 PM (permalink)
          We had several Red Barn Hamburger joints in my old stompin' grounds in the Detroit area. Loved all of their burgers. Big Barney, Barnbuster, and, don't forget the fried chicken-great! Someone asked about Lee's Hamburgers in the NO area. Great burgers with onion in the patty & on the grill. Wrapped in paper like the old days. Great onion rings & fries, Po Boys, chicken sandwiches (I've never had one). I've been to the one on Veteran's Blvd many times-looking forward to getting back there.

          McBurger
           
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            McBurger

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            • Joined: 4/4/2007
            • Location: San Antonio, TX
            RE: Red Barn Wed, 04/2/08 10:33 PM (permalink)
            I use Miracle Whip, ketchup, a little mustard, dill & sweet relish. Makes a great burger dressing similiar to the old Big Barney or Barnbuster sauce at The old "Red Barn".

            McBurger
             
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              McBurger

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              • Joined: 4/4/2007
              • Location: San Antonio, TX
              RE: Red Barn Wed, 04/2/08 10:35 PM (permalink)
              I use Miracle Whip, ketchup, a little mustard, dill & sweet relish. Makes a great burger dressing similiar to the old Big Barney or Barnbuster sauce at The old "Red Barn".

              McBurger
               
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                sonjaab

                • Total Posts: 193
                • Joined: 6/15/2005
                • Location: Syracuse, NY
                RE: Red Barn Sun, 04/6/08 12:48 PM (permalink)
                YUM............A Big Barney !!!!!!!!!!

                For info., pics, recipies and memories of the Red Barn
                check out:
                http://www.barnbuster.net
                 
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                  BurgerCzar

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                  • Joined: 5/29/2008
                  • Location: Van Nuys, CA
                  RE: Red Barn Thu, 05/29/08 8:00 PM (permalink)
                  There was a Red Barn in my old hometown of Elgin, Illinois. It didn't last log, though, and was remodeled into a family-style sit-down restaurant.
                   
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