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Tom's red neck recipe

Being a tad Yankee, and my husband a good ole Southern boy,.. I must admit his red neck recipe got our two palates to "meat"


1 lb.Ground meat
1/3 Cup BBQ sauce
1/4 Cup Ketchup
TBS. Worcestershire Sauce
1/8 tsp Liquid smoke
2 Cups white bread crumbs
1 Egg
4 oz. can of mushrooms
Sev. TBS. Olive Oil
1 Vadalia Onion (sliced thin)
Parmesan Salad dressing
Crisp Romaine Lettuce
Plump Tomato (sliced)
or bun of choice - (optional)


With your hands...Mix first eight ingredients in a big bowl... Evenly divide burger patties and set aside. Place sev. Tbs. of olive oil in a large frying pan.. and toss in thin sliced Vadalia onions ..till they're carmelized. Once they're golden brown and carmelized, in a dish in the oven on "warm" In the same pan (with same scent of olive oil and vadalia onion..) Place patties and cook on a fairly high heat to begin with (on the first side --only)... after a few mins. turn over and cook other side of burgers...till a bit chard,.yet rare on the inside..... When ready to serve.. Place a portion of the carmelized vadalia onions on each burger and approx. 2 Tbs. of Parmesan salad dressing on top


This burger recipe has ALWAYS gotten raves as well as intrigue. It's moist and juicy on the inside and has alot of the crisp aspects of grilling and carmalization in it's favor. It's healthy,.because it can be eaten with lettuce and tomato as a complete meal for low carb afficionados..or .. with the bun for the more traditional fare. This burger -- is a true American mix. It encoorporates the Northern love of grilling.. with the Southern hint of Barbque.