Red Barn

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marp
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2008/02/17 15:02:42 (permalink)

Red Barn

Does anyone know the recipe for the barn buster or big barney sause.
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    jimsock9
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    RE: Red Barn 2008/02/17 15:38:59 (permalink)
    http://hstrial-rperrott.homestead.com/Recipes.html
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    brittneal
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    RE: Red Barn 2008/02/17 15:55:24 (permalink)
    Hope this helps:

    http://hstrial-rperrott.homestead.com/Recipes.html

    britt
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    Buddy Dek
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    RE: Red Barn 2008/02/18 18:52:00 (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
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    RE: Red Barn 2008/04/02 22:26:26 (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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    RE: Red Barn 2008/04/02 22:33:19 (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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    RE: Red Barn 2008/04/02 22:35:34 (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
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    RE: Red Barn 2008/04/06 12:48:02 (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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    RE: Red Barn 2008/05/29 20:00:35 (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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