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Hollowed and Stuffed

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I took this first BBQ challenge/battle on the road with me to New Hampshire. I headed up to my family’s cottage with my wife and a few friends and started grilling. I was a little out of my element so I kept things simple. I hollowed out wheat sub rolls to fulfill the alternative bun requirement, then filled it with cubes of hamburger. I wanted to keep a slight Tex Mex theme, so I topped off the burger with salsa, fresh avocado and sprinkle cheese. To add to the presentation I aggressively grilled the sub roll in the flame that was shooting through the center of the grill (it was a really old grill). A side of regular ruffle chips seemed to compliment the fairly simple entree well, so I went with. Overall it was really good and it seemed to fit the atmosphere and attitude of the day really well.

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Type of Grill Used:an old gas grill with a broken flame
Type of Ground Meat:Hamburger
Type of Sauce(s) Used:Medium Salsa
Side Dishes:Ruffled Chips

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Kevin Richardson

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My wife has spoiled me with gourmet meals for way too long. I'm not complaining, but with our little girl coming in less than a month, it's my time to shine (on the grill that is). Babies like BBQ, right? Beyond the sweet taste of grilled meat, I also enjoy designing and husbanding.

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3 Responses to Hollowed and Stuffed

  1. Looks delicious! I was staring at the hot dog buns at the grocery store and was very tempted to use them lol. Glad I didnt cause Im sure yours turned out way better than mine would have.

  2. The bun is a great idea. I bet this was tasty and maybe a little chili con carne on too would’ve been the bees knees. I may have to try that someday. Rock on!

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