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    Iíve not heard of either of these places so I had to look them up. One doesnít have any location in my state, and the other only has them in the big cities and malls, which I avoid.

    We get our burgers from the local restaurant supplier, they call them sirloin or chopped steak burgers.
    Grilled some last night with cheese and mushroom yum

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    I can't for the life of me remember where I had it, I'm sure it was just some big chain pub, but recently I had a rib eye burger - minced rib eye patties. That was incredibly tasty!

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    Also I've never been into this whole massive burger thing as per one of the recent photos; often they just seem to compromise quality for quantity.

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    Beginning of June started with this:
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    I have now moved on to this:
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    Just got myself a double sided cast iron griddle plate (plain one side and grooved the other).

    Going to experiment in making some Schwarma meat kebabs, got a great little recipe to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hefferzzzz View Post
    Burgers are rubbish. Sausages are the best.
    Street Kitchen, who make "gourmet" hot dogs, have just taken over the catering at The Miller near London Bridge. Seemingly very good hotdogs and, handily, where I'm doing the sound and lights for a comedy show next Saturday - hotdogs, beer and entertainment all in one place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_one_that_cant View Post
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    Just got myself a double sided cast iron griddle plate (plain one side and grooved the other).

    Going to experiment in making some Schwarma meat kebabs, got a great little recipe to try.
    They look lovely, however we moved from a Gas to a coal one, don't know why but you seem to get a better taste from coal. Also sold the gas one for £300, and got the coal one for £20. Will be looking at making my own smoker as well as smoked venison burgers are just the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    Street Kitchen, who make "gourmet" hot dogs, have just taken over the catering at The Miller near London Bridge. Seemingly very good hotdogs and, handily, where I'm doing the sound and lights for a comedy show next Saturday - hotdogs, beer and entertainment all in one place!
    Have you had some of their wings? They're great, possibly a bit too sweet for some, mind.

    Also best hot dog trader in London is Big Apple Hot Dogs. Very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidewinder View Post
    Heading to Byron tonight to try one of their Big B's which are apparently amazing. Wasn't bowled over by their standard burgers but this should be good.

    Also go to Dirty Burger in Kentish Town quite often which is a great little shack at the back of a pizza place. And have tried Meat Liquor & Market. No others so far, but will definitely check out Five Guys soon
    OK so the Big B was really good, far better than Byron's standard burgers. However when it costs a tenner it's hard to recommend it as that is more than any burger at Meat Liquor and probably any of the other places, and it wasn't as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    They look lovely, however we moved from a Gas to a coal one, don't know why but you seem to get a better taste from coal. Also sold the gas one for £300, and got the coal one for £20. Will be looking at making my own smoker as well as smoked venison burgers are just the best!
    Agreed, using a gas barbecue is cheating!

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    Best burgers I have ever eaten -

    First was in a little Irish bar in the financial district of San Francisco - stilton and caramelised onion burger, nothing unique but tasted amazing!
    Second was a fish and chip shop come bar in Caleta de Fuste in Fuerteventura - Half Pounder with a secret recipe spice and pepper topping - VERY hot but tasted amazing too!

    Despite what people think, the Americans dont always do the best burgers!

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    Best Burger I have ever had was from a street vendor on a side street in Patong, (Phuket) Thailand. It was famed for it, tried it and was soooo good

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Best Burger I have ever had was from a street vendor on a side street in Patong, (Phuket) Thailand. It was famed for it, tried it and was soooo good
    Erm..What type of burger was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Erm..What type of burger was it?
    It was a beef burger honest!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyroman View Post
    Agreed, using a gas barbecue is cheating!
    Nah, it just cuts out an hour or more of messing around and means you can guarantee you won't poison anyone. I defy anyone to do a blind taste test between gas-cooked and charcoal and tell the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatpackhamster View Post
    Nah, it just cuts out an hour or more of messing around and means you can guarantee you won't poison anyone. I defy anyone to do a blind taste test between gas-cooked and charcoal and tell the difference.
    Erm, is that the whole point of a BBQ? (and how you tell the difference).

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