Mesquite Grilled Cheese Burgers Posted on July 20, 2010 by admin I’ve always felt that more often that not, less is more. Tonight was another lesson that proves my point, it was outstanding. All I ask is get out there and do it. Meathenge has spoken. xo, Biggles
What could be more perfect than this? My mouth is watering.
In this case, I’d say “more is more.” Looks amazing.
Had me one of those last night. Mesquite, slab of the old Tillamook, slice of tomato, couple slices of dills. Yep, that there looks just exactly the same.
Hi Lydia! Hi Zoomie! Hay Chandler!
I used Tillamook as well, way cool. I can still taste them, now it’s time for breakfast.
Darn nice looking burger! I third that emotion for Tillamook as a burger topper.
mmmm mook burgers.
Where is the Fatted Calf Bacon?
You were right. I found a hunk of maple bacon in the ice cave.
I knew it, there’s no way you’d be out. Bacon is in our bellies!
Threw some deliciously marinated chicken on the grill last night…delicious or not, these photos make me feel as though I should’ve opted for a burger instead.
That looks good enough to eat. Every day for a month, washed down with a few cold Shiner Bocks.
Sounds like you could have done exceptionally well either way. I’ve got some fancy sausages for tonight.
OH, what’s not pictures are the rabbit crepinettes! Was going to get to that later. They were 5 bux a piece and had to drive to Napa Valley for them, but well worth the effort. Well, okay I didn’t drive, I was a passenger.
Good to see you back in action! MmMmm, bock.
The bun at the bottom of that behemoth reminds me of the Atlas pose. That’s one heck of a burger.
I WAS HUNGRY !!! I figure if you’re going to make a burger, make it worth your while.