Monday, May 15, 2006

Smokey Joe Burgers- Tuna and Turkey

Tuna Burger Ready To Grill
Tuna Burger Ready To Eat
Turkey Burger with Cheddar

Turkey Burger Ready To Eat


The Survival Gourmet said...

So how were the burgers? Details woman!! *lol*

Jeni said...

How was the Smokey Joe??? Was it a worthy buy?

Sylvie said...

Details. Both the turkey and tuna burgers turned out great. I'll have to post my original recipe later. I started out the recipe with the Sutter Build a Better Burger competition in mind. Then I read the rules and found out Californians are not eligible. (Go figure)

The tuna burgers were made from some of G's prized catch. I took some tuna chunks and cut into small pieces adding seasonings similar to a crab cake recipe with a Sylvie twist. The turkey burgers also had the same seasoning mix with some added mustard and grated cheddar cheese. Yum- Worthy of competing in an anything but ground beef burger competition.

The Smoky Joe is worth the $29.99 price tag. It is quick easy and perfect for cooking small quantities. I also added a few wood chips to the lump charcoal (Cowboy) which added that smoky flavor often missing in grilled burgers. Mind you, its benefit to me was the small quantity. I can see it will be good for travel.

(P.S. I don't work for Weber but I am willing to take them on as a sponsor.)

The Survival Gourmet said...

Wouldn't it be great to have Weber as a sponsor for our Four Q BBQ Team? I think Weber would be a great sponsor because the Four Q BBQ team uses so many Weber products.


Sylvie said...

My thoughts. Maybe someone from Weber will RSS the feed to this site and notice us. What could even be more enticing to them is that we are down to earth, from varied backgrounds, use their products from both the backyard grill aspect and in competition, have mass appeal as anybody's mother, brother, father, sister and friend, plus we have positive things to say.

Weber are you listening?