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BinaryBob101 25,293 posts
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wobbly_Bob wrote:i think you could sift out a few unexciting ones but theres certainly a few there that appeal....
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo! ( screamed in slow motion)
... They do look tasty though
ronuds wrote:I think the damage is done lol I'll probably return for just one more special EG tribute burger voted by forum members for me to make!
WTG, wobbly_Bob! You're a legend and a hero!
I'm sorry to see the challenge come to an end, but I suppose your arteries will be thankful.
What a truly epic journey.
Goodfella wrote:Absolutely right, and that's how I would have done it if I had made my own burgers! But with the elsco burgers they were big and chunky and when I started crushing one down it started to break a bit and was still huge. I would have run the risk of destroying the first burger and ended up frying like 1 or something at a time so decided just to go with what I had. I would have been a lot happier with the final result but ah well
Surely the macho Nacho would have been less bulky (and kinder on the jaw) if you'd made 8 slim burgers,as per the recipe, instead of 8 great big fat ones?
Froggit 372 posts
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Can't let this thread pass me by without saying well done and congratulations on continuing to live.
Cheers dude! I'm happy to be alive... there are so many burgers I have yet to try