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    Check this burger out b*tches!

    Well, if you are stuck with tix, you are all welcome to come hang with the TailgateJoe crew for some great food. I created a new burger we are going to serve for this game. Also, here is the link for the menu and info for that game - http://www.tailgatejoe.com/new-york-...dolphins-2014/



    http://www.tailgatejoe.com/thank-you...nature-burger/



    If you are from Brooklyn, Staten Island, or even Manhattan you probably know of Johnís Deli and their famous roast beef sandwich. That roast beef, and more so the fresh mozzarella and midnight gravy and onions is stuff of legend. In coming up with an idea for a ďcold weather burger,Ē lol, wtf is a cold weather burger anyway, I came up with the thought of doing an homage to the Johnís sandwich.

    In keeping with my cooking belief in simple preparations executed perfectly using the best ingredients, I think I created a masterpiece. As with all of my burgers, this starts as a Pat Lafrieda fresh ground blend of brisket/chick/short rib beef, grilled to the perfect just-medium-rare. To that I add a few chunks of the best fresh mozzarella found anywhere outside of Italy, Fioreís House of Quality in Hoboken. There are plenty of places in Staten Island and Brooklyn closer to home for me to get awesome fresh mozzarella, but Fioreís is the best there is and I only want to work with the best stuff. I then take a torch to the cheese on top of the burger to give a slight melt. You do NOT want to melt the cheese much, as the great thing about high quality fresh mozzarella is the moisture content which you will lose if you melt it too much. I then ladle on a bit of the dark brown gravy. That gts topped with some crunchy fried onion strips, which are then again covered in more of the gravy. This whole thing sits in between a fresh custom baked brioche bun from Royal Crown Bakery.
    This burger is insane, and maybe my new favorite. Keep an eye out during the cold late season games to see when we will be serving it, because you will definitely want to try one.


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    I think it moved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Things View Post
    I think it moved.
    That's why Joe only grills em medium rare!

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    I never got aroused by food p0rn before.

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    I never got aroused by food p0rn before.
    You're welcome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    I never got aroused by food p0rn before.
    I'm vegetarian, and it moved...

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    I'd eat that ass.

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    Wish I could make a tailgate Joe, burger looks insane.

    The chuck, brisket, short rib blend rules. It's like $5 plus a pound! Brioche??!! Awesome.

    I've never been to the tailgate, but trust me when I say, dude knows his food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGJoe View Post
    Well, if you are stuck with tix, you are all welcome to come hang with the TailgateJoe crew for some great food. I created a new burger we are going to serve for this game. Also, here is the link for the menu and info for that game - http://www.tailgatejoe.com/new-york-...dolphins-2014/



    http://www.tailgatejoe.com/thank-you...nature-burger/



    If you are from Brooklyn, Staten Island, or even Manhattan you probably know of John’s Deli and their famous roast beef sandwich. That roast beef, and more so the fresh mozzarella and midnight gravy and onions is stuff of legend. In coming up with an idea for a “cold weather burger,” lol, wtf is a cold weather burger anyway, I came up with the thought of doing an homage to the John’s sandwich.

    In keeping with my cooking belief in simple preparations executed perfectly using the best ingredients, I think I created a masterpiece. As with all of my burgers, this starts as a Pat Lafrieda fresh ground blend of brisket/chick/short rib beef, grilled to the perfect just-medium-rare. To that I add a few chunks of the best fresh mozzarella found anywhere outside of Italy, Fiore’s House of Quality in Hoboken. There are plenty of places in Staten Island and Brooklyn closer to home for me to get awesome fresh mozzarella, but Fiore’s is the best there is and I only want to work with the best stuff. I then take a torch to the cheese on top of the burger to give a slight melt. You do NOT want to melt the cheese much, as the great thing about high quality fresh mozzarella is the moisture content which you will lose if you melt it too much. I then ladle on a bit of the dark brown gravy. That gts topped with some crunchy fried onion strips, which are then again covered in more of the gravy. This whole thing sits in between a fresh custom baked brioche bun from Royal Crown Bakery.
    This burger is insane, and maybe my new favorite. Keep an eye out during the cold late season games to see when we will be serving it, because you will definitely want to try one.

    ill be at the pats game ,sht

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigragu View Post
    ill be at the pats game ,sht
    What Pats game? In Massatushets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGJoe View Post






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    Quote Originally Posted by 2milehighJet View Post
    Wish I could make a tailgate Joe, burger looks insane.

    The chuck, brisket, short rib blend rules. It's like $5 plus a pound! Brioche??!! Awesome.

    I've never been to the tailgate, but trust me when I say, dude knows his food!

    Thanks man. Actually, if you want to buy it the price is $11-14 a lb, http://www.lafrieda.com/Original_Bur...nd_p/bfbol.htm The beef prices in general have been nuts, nationally regular ground chuck has been over $4 a pound since the summer and just had another big increase. My burger prices since I have been working with Lafrieda have gone up around 40% in two years.

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    Those burgers look phenomenal. I'll probably go to the Miami game and if so, will definitely be stopping by. You also got me in the mood to walk over to Fiore's for lunch today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevsJetsYanks88 View Post
    Those burgers look phenomenal. I'll probably go to the Miami game and if so, will definitely be stopping by. You also got me in the mood to walk over to Fiore's for lunch today.
    Saturday is roast beef day!

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