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Smoked Gouda Burgers

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Well I tried it and I LOVE it! Wow the smoked Gouda cheese is so awesome when you use 1/2 inch chunks mixed in to the meat and then grill it. The smoke flavor of the cheese totally enhances the grill taste. I didn’t add anything else to the meat but salt, pepper and garlic powder. I also grilled a few whole jalapenos cleaned them sliced them up and added avocado slices, Roma tomato and mayo, oh yes!

If you look close you can see the cheese melting out of the burgers!

I love regular American or Cheddar burgers but this smoked Gouda is the bomb.

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Type of Technique:Grilling
Type of Grill Used:Charcoal
Type of Ground Meat:Ground Beef
Type of Sauce(s) Used:mayo

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Dino Gilley

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Born and raised in a small town called Sherman Texas learned to love music and became a studio session guitarist and later toured around the United States and mostly Canada playing and singing in a rock/country band called THE LAW. I was also the house guitarist for Cowboys in Arlington for 9 years. I have also always been into graphics and gaming so 10 years ago I started to do graphic and web design. I now have reached my life's goal ... a Web Designing Lead Guitarist with a Grillin' Addiction. Last but not least- I follow Jesus (or trail behind him rather).

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One Response to Smoked Gouda Burgers

  1. That burger looks amazing! My boyfriend is really into grilling as well. That looks like his ideal burger. We just bought some Bison meat the other day to make some Bison burgers. We also have some guacamole, smoked gouda, and tomatoes. Will try making something close to this tonight. Thanks for sharing! :)

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