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Big Dave2

Jalapeno, Cream Cheese Juicy Lucy

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Wasn't sure what to make for supper last night so I made these Jalapeno, Cream Cheese Juicy Lucy's with pepper jack cheese, bacon and sauteed onions on top. My son said it was the best burger I ever made, Maybe all my other ones were just that bad, LOL. My wife said they were a little too spicy for her. I thought they were very good if I do say so myself.

 

 

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Perfect big D! Hmmm and we're having burglars tonight. Great idea!

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Perfect burger in my book!!!

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wished I'd been there to enjoy that feast!!

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8 minutes ago, Mike89 said:

wished I'd been there to enjoy that feast!!

 

 

Looks like he only made three....just enough for me....well, I'd let him have one I guess.  :P

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Sounds delicious! 

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It's like the cartoons with the angel and devil sitting on my shoulder....  Eat healthy says one....  Wow that looks great.   says the other.   

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18 hours ago, delcecchi said:

It's like the cartoons with the angel and devil sitting on my shoulder....  Eat healthy says one....  Wow that looks great.   says the other.   

 

I'm on a low-carb diet so that IS healthy for me, minus the bun.

21 hours ago, RebelSS said:

 

 

Looks like he only made three....just enough for me....well, I'd let him have one I guess.  :P

 

One of those suckers was enough for each of us. I made some onion rings on the side but we didn't even eat all of those.

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NICE WORK - every time I try to make them myself the edges don't seal and it ends up being a mess.

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Just now, ThunderLund78 said:

NICE WORK - every time I try to make them myself the edges don't seal and it ends up being a mess.

 Most of the time that happens to me as well but this time I spent about 15 minutes sealing up 3 hamburgers and it paid off.

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