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    As a kid, i frequently had my burgers with a fried egg + cheese and sliced beetroot. Kiwi style!
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    Sweet-as. Everything is better with beetroot -- Kiwi style.

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    burger, bacon, roasted red peppers, provolone

    burger bacon, sharp cheddar, jalepenos and salsa

    bacon and bleu cheese
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marnee View Post
    Sweet-as. Everything is better with beetroot -- Kiwi style.
    Everyone looks at me like i'm frickin batshit. But i found a burger place that will do it anyway lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nion View Post
    Everyone looks at me like i'm frickin batshit. But i found a burger place that will do it anyway lol!
    That does sound good. Damn you woman!
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    Bing cherries in the beef? I 2nd Angieh - what is ras al hanout? Sounds interesting - I'll have to try making some feisty beef next time! Thanks for the info davem.

    Beetroot sounds like another great idea. Usually, just have it in salads but this will be a nice twist. Thanks Nion.

    @ geostump: Lots of great combos to try there...may just need to have a sliders party and try all those out!

    One of the great things about living in urban California is that almost nothing makes people stare.
    That would be nice...hmmm perhaps migration to California is in the future - if only to get out of the fishbowl. Though reading this thread has been refreshing!

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    I musta missed the question about Ras Al Hanout.

    It's an earthy, spicy northern african (moroccan) spice of awesomeness +4. I've tried it in chocolate, ice cream, chili, curry, stew, and burgers, it's always awesome.

    Here's a real basic version: Ras El Hanout Recipe - Moroccan Spice Blend

    and yeah, bing cherries in the beef. I had a mess of really lean beef, so adding in the cherries gives flavor as well as keeps it very moist. It balanced very well with the garlic and ras al hanout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angieh View Post
    What's that?? ^
    That's the bad guy from Batman Begins. I don't think Shop Rite carries him, but Whole Foods might.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davem View Post
    I musta missed the question about Ras Al Hanout.

    It's an earthy, spicy northern african (moroccan) spice of awesomeness +4. I've tried it in chocolate, ice cream, chili, curry, stew, and burgers, it's always awesome.

    Here's a real basic version: Ras El Hanout Recipe - Moroccan Spice Blend

    and yeah, bing cherries in the beef. I had a mess of really lean beef, so adding in the cherries gives flavor as well as keeps it very moist. It balanced very well with the garlic and ras al hanout.
    Thanks for the clarifications! I will definitely have to check out Ras El Hanout.

    That's the bad guy from Batman Begins. I don't think Shop Rite carries him, but Whole Foods might.
    Got it - thanks for the tip ChocoTaco! We don't have a whole foods in Iowa, but we have a couple Co-ops in town. I'll check there.
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