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 Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....?

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redtressed

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Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Thu, 09/23/04 9:31 PM (permalink)
French's Sizzleburgers? Fry up and steam that bad boy patty in melted buttter and a few tablespoons of Worcestershire Sauce.(Although I must confess to using Lea and Perrins instead)...They also can be broiled pretty darn well this way.
 
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    Grampy

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    RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Thu, 09/23/04 10:03 PM (permalink)
    Hey! 500 Redtressed! You're the only Sizzleburger I know!
     
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      TIPPY LEE

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      RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 1:30 AM (permalink)
      When I was a little ol' feller, my daddy used to make myself and him the very burgers you speak of!...(also w/ Lea and Perrins). He would pour it on thick and man, them thangs sizzled!...They were so GOOD!...We would have them on his days off, while my mother worked...He's been gone now 22 years now, bless his soul, but I remember like it was yesterday the strong smell of burgers frying, and the W. sauce!!!...Good memories!.....Tom B. in foggy, Eastern Kentucky.
       
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        Wallyum

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        RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 1:44 AM (permalink)
        I made them for the family one night over the winter when the grill ran out of gas in a snowstorm. My son loved them. My wife and daughter tolerated them. I think it's a toss-up between Sizzleburgers, garlic franks with Hungarian peppers, and the "fresh from the jar" tamales as to which foods I'll always associate with my dad. Maybe I should invite mom and dad to dinner one night and make Sizzleburgers again.
         
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          emsmom

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          RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 8:30 AM (permalink)
          I had a co-worker whose husband was very demanding and required her to get up and cook a full meal ( dinnertime food) at 4 O'clock in the morning before they went to work. One of his favorite foods was Sizzle Burgers. She would come to work at 8:00 talking about cooking those and other things like Chicken livers. Talk about being devoted !!
           
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            redtressed

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            RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 11:56 AM (permalink)
            Yup......the sizzleburgers of my youth were a dad specialty too..along with the ubiquitous Souperburger......made with Campbells Chicken Gumbo Soup......who came up with THAT one? "Ahhhhhhchicken gumbo soup......lets crumble up hamburger in it and serve a real Cajun sloppy joe"
             
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              Goose

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              RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 11:58 AM (permalink)
              i thought the souperburger was mixed with Lipton's Onion Soup?
               
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                redtressed

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                RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 12:22 PM (permalink)
                later variation.......original was Chickengumbo soup, ketchup and other atrocities
                 
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                  EdSails

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                  RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 12:29 PM (permalink)
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by redtressed

                  later variation.......original was Chickengumbo soup, ketchup and other atrocities


                  I am sure there must be a law against that, somewhere.......
                   
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                    Goose

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                    RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Fri, 09/24/04 12:42 PM (permalink)
                    ok. but I'm still confused. you didn't serve it burger style, you served it like a sloppy jo?

                    nasty.
                     
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                      Lone Star

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                      RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Mon, 09/27/04 5:16 PM (permalink)
                      I remember the Souperburger, but the Sizzleburger? What time period was that - was it a commercial?
                       
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                        Bushie

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                        RE: Speaking of hot and juicy ...who remembers.....? Tue, 09/28/04 9:37 AM (permalink)
                        quote:
                        Originally posted by Lone Star

                        I remember the Souperburger, but the Sizzleburger? What time period was that - was it a commercial?

                        It was just a commercial for French's Worcestershire. Time period? I think it would have been late 60's or early 70's...
                         
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