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Monday, January 24, 2011

The Hogburger



The Salt Lake, The Magazine For Utah
 is a fun magazine
to buy because it often has restaurant reviews.

They recently featured "75 Best Burgers"
in the state.

The
Hogburger
caught my eye.
It is made at Brittons in Sandy, Utah and is described
as a 'hamburger between two grilled cheese sandwiches,
one with onions and one with tomatoes."



The picture made my mouth start to water and I
decided this was one hamburger we had to try making
at home.

We grill outside come rain or shine, winter or summer
so hamburgers are year round here. 


I started with fresh tomatoes that I salted and peppered, onions
that we caramelized,
and hamburger meat that I seasoned with olive oil, salt
and pepper.  We grilled the burgers on the BBQ and
then brought them in while we made the grilled cheese
sandwiches.


We buttered the outside of two pieces of good white bread
and topped each piece of bread with a slice of colby/jack
cheese, then tomatoes on one side and grilled onions on the
other side.  These were each topped with another piece
of buttered bread and grilled on the other side until the
cheese is melted.


Place the burger between two grilled cheese sandwiches, one
with tomatoe and one with onions.  You could also add a
couple slices of bacon (if you want your heart to really stop!)



I don't know why they named it the Hogburger, except that
maybe you feel like a HOG when you are eating it.

I thought it was absolutely fabulous.  I knew I should have
stopped at a half, but I have to admit that I
ATE THE WHOLE THING!
(HOG, OINK, OINK)
I would highly recommend trying this (but only
after you have already broken your New Year's
resolution to diet.)

I will be posting this with

30 comments:

pam said...

We saw this idea and also tried it...my husband's eyes LIT UP when he saw the pictures of this burger. He too was in HOG HEAVEN. Sadly we had a strong storm come through the end of Dec. and it blew our grill off it's very secure perch on the back porch into the yard in pieces...we have yet to replace it and burgers just aren't the same cooked inside. It makes me wish we had installed the indoor grill when we built after all...I just couldn't decide. I better close out your page before he walks by on his way out the door or he'll be drooling.

arharkness said...

It's 7:00 in the morning and I am hungry! I want a hogburger now!

Lisa ~Suburban Retreat~ said...

Gosh ... these look scrumptious! We also grill all year round so we could be eating hogburgers for dinner tonight!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Oh my goodness! That looks so yummy! Cheese, onions, tomatoes and a burger...can't miss!

The White Farmhouse said...

Do you think that it would be ok to have hogburgers for breakfast? I don't think I can wait for tonight to make them. They look awesome! Maybe some sweet potato fries on the side? home made coleslaw? Oops, I just felt my buttocks slightly increase!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

My mouth started watering when I saw your photos too! We grill year-round also and I am most definitely going to make these when my husband and I feel like being a little hoggy ;)

Rebecca said...

That does look wonderful...glad it isn't around here!
Thanks so much for stopping by and saying hello
Have a great week
Blessings
RE

The Answer Is Chocolate said...

Oh my goodness this is making me HUNGRY! YUM.

Barb Elder said...

Yummy yummy. Maybe I will be making this for Rylie, Jason and I. Those dang vegetarians at my house. They don't know what they are missing.

Red Couch Recipes said...

Jacqueline -- this would definitely be something my little hoggies -- they looks so big, full of flavor, and decadent! What a fun concept! Your pics are wonderful! Joni

Darlene said...

These burgers look scrumptious! I don't even have to eat one. I just gained 5lbs looking at the photos!

Holly said...

YUM!!! These look A*MAZ*ING!!
The snowball cookie pops are sooo pretty!!:)

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Oh My Goodness Jackie this sounds SO GOOD!!! Hmmm, that's a LOT of bread(Oh what the heck)!!! Has Lynn seen this YET? I'll have to go post it under her little pink nose, hehe...
Thank you and have a wonderful week,
Hugs to you,
Donna

Kathleen said...

Give me a burger any day It looks yummy, and oink oink, I'd eat it all!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Did someone say "hog"???
Well, doesn't this just look like a yummy belly buster! I'll bet it's great, I haven't had a burger in a loooong time-might have to correct that:@)

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

My Sweet Jacqueline!


Wow!!! I wasn't hungry until I saw this picture! My mouth is watering too! I'l send it to my husband. We need to try it.

I'm hungry now! What do I do?? lol


I hope you had a great weekend and have a blessed week, ok?

Thank you for your comments, Jacqueline. I think you're always so smart and always say what you feel. That's so important to me. Thank you, thank you! :-)

xo


Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Sue said...

My husband "The Boss" is a real Hog...even has two Harley's to prove it but the man loves his grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches...We ate at a dinner here in Atlanta the other day and that was what he ordered...he thought how can you mess up a grilled cheese sandwich...They did...it was horrible...I love the idea of adding onions and a burger.......I grill a few times a week but indoors....I love my JennAir...thanks for sharing this great recipe!! Sue.

scrambledhenfruit said...

Oh, I can't let hubby see this- he'd want one right away! I'll have to save it for a special treat. :) It looks soooo good!

LambAround said...

Mmmmmmmm! We actually had a vegetarian meal for dinner tonight, so I should be able to make this tomorrow with no guilt whatsoever!

There's a fun surprise waiting for you on my blog tonight :)

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

That melted cheese looks really really good!

buyffxivgil said...

Oh my I can't stop my mouth from watering. I find myself another addiction that is the great Hogburger. Yummylicious.

Shel said...

This looks SO yummy....here in South Africa, this would be competition to the "dagwood" burger! I'm definately going to make these for my family on Friday night!
PS I just love visiting here..you really have an awesome blog and a beautiful home.
Shel xx

La said...

Now THAT is a sandwich. Jordan would love this.

Charlene said...

YOU made my mouth water!!!! Those look divine!!! I will have to try it. I can see it on that thick Texas Toast kind of bread too. But, then that would only mean more calories. Thanks for sharing. HUGS! Charlene

Pam said...

Wooo Hoooo! I'm in love. This is great, my kind of burger for sure! Bacon on it would be over the edge delicious. Oink, oink all the way... This is a must try!

The White Farmhouse said...

It's me again! I have to say I know why they call these hog burgers. Last night I made these for dinner and made a complete pig of myself! They were as yummy as the pics looked. I had to make them cause I kept thinking about them all day! Thank you so much for a great burger recipe!

Gail @ Victorian at Heart said...

This recipe sounds good but I thought it was going to be a recipe with pork weiners with a name like hogburger. You always intrigue me with your posts. I just checked out your kitchen makeover again and no wonder your love to cook. It is a beautiful room to cook in. Thanks for taking time to share.

Frenchy said...

Yum ! This is so mouth watering and i have to say the cake pops were unreal !!! You are a very talented lady !
Hugs

Sue said...

Oh boy, that looks like a winner! A juicy burger AND grilled cheese sandwiches together?!? Wow!

Anonymous said...

In Wisconsin where I come from we call these Patty Melts and you use Rye bread. The Rye makes it yummy.

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