on August 25, 2011
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Burgers are my absolute favorite. I could eat them 5 times a week and twice on weekends. I am really looking forward to all these burger posts!
Leave your links, yo!
This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
My burgers turned into meatloaf, but great meatloaf!
Mine were crumbly hamburgers, but now you mention it, I might have liked this better as meatloaf.
Funny, I was thinking it would make a great meatloaf!
We love burgers as well!! And these were no different. I made them into sliders & served them with kale chips (I included that recipe) We’ll be making them again!
The Kale Chips look fabulous, as does the Sangria!
She had me at “burger.” Yum!
Made it with bison with great success. My first real burger at home! Link will be active after midnight.
Yes, a ‘subversive’ hamburger indeed! Yum!
All that and a tweet from Dorie!
Oh my! Soooo good. Thought they would fall apart, but then I flipped them and added cheese and all was well (delicious)! http://www.jemangelaville.com/2011/08/25/ffwd-cafe-salle-pleyel-hamburger/
A little early, as I’m super busy tomorrow. These were a hit for 66% of us!
Exactly so for us! Two of us loved them. One of us (me) won’t want them again. Link will be live at midnight tonight: http://www.momfoodproject.com/?p=4679
Burgers and eggplant caviar this week:
Loved this one!
Too hot in AZ for so much meat…so this recipe was made “slider-size” and with lots more veges. And they were grilled outdoors for an extra great flavor.
Fun photos! Love the slider size….we are 115 in Palm Springs, so big and heavy is not of interest this time of year. Great addition of veggies!
Maybe work and Irene are messing with my equlibrium a bit…
So much fun to try all these recipes – may have to do catch-up with you too!
Pick a recipe and I’ll be all over it. :-) I need to review what has been done…I heard the pumpkin gorgonzola flans were a love it or hate it one…and I love gorgonzola…
This burger got a mixed review at our house!
Not the best thing I’ve made out of the book, but I definitely think I’d try it again.
You may be traumatized to see my charred burger, but I assure you, it was delicious!
We loved these: http://www.createamazingmeals.com/2011/08/cafe-salle-pleyel-burger-french-fridays.html
Two of us loved them. One of us, eh. http://www.momfoodproject.com/2011/08/26/ffwd-cafe-salle-pleyel-burger
These were good, but they just didn’t satisfy this expat’s burger craving.
We loved these! Also thought they were going to fall apart on the grill, but all was more than well. http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/08/cafe-salle-pleyel-hamburger-french.html
These are wonderful! Have a great weekend, everyone!
A bit sloppy (falling apart) but delicious!
I LOVE this recipe- very Paris! http://www.findingfrenchie.com/2011/08/ffwd-cafe-salle-pleyel-hamburger.html
Liked this one immensely!
These were really tasty…loved the added flavors!
I’ve missed the last two weeks, so I was glad to get back on the bandwagon with this great recipe.
I know why this hamburger is so popular in Paris…I just ate one and it is delicious !
Anxious to try this again – the burger was cooked perfectly.
This week comes with an amazing burger and some thanks.
I was prepared not to like this, but….
I was prepared not to like these, too…but they were really good!
I love the idea of making the mixture into a meatloaf!!
Tried to comment on your blog, but was not able to. I think your burger looks fabulous. I didn’t think the parsley added much either, and next time I would like to try cilantro and maybe some jalepeno for a little more kick. They were moist!
I can’t seem to comment on your directly on your blog today…
My marmelade didn’t work either, after a lot of cooking it turned a not very appetizing gray color. Oh well. I probably should have just stopped at 20 minutes and strained it.
I like that you described the burger as fusion, that actually seems to sum it up pretty accurately.
FINALLY getting around to posting today!
Yum. Simple. Different. Great.
My first French Friday with Dorie! Great hamburger, loved the flavour of the tarragon and sun dried tomatoes.
Nana saves the day ~
A gourmet burger at its best!
I think I’m in the minority. I thought it was good, but not great.
I made these into meatballs :) : http://saffronandhoney.com/2011/08/25/polpette-with-onion-marmalade/
Loves me some burgers. I’m usually a traditionalist, but these really were tasty!
My guests loved it. I really liked the parmesan.
I couldn’t bring myself to make this burger so I designed my own… It was yummy!
It’s great to see some familiar faces coming back for this week’s recipe, which we really enjoyed: http://bit.ly/oHhrSg
So cool that you have all that game and farm raised meat to use. We have a local place that sells lamb, beef, and pork, but it’s been alittle cost prohibitive to jump on that bandwagon. I’d like to though!
Birthday dinner for my lucky husband…but I only included a picture of the burger and not the birthday peach pie. We loved them! http://theviewfrom302.blogspot.com/2011/08/american-classic-la-francaise.html
Perfect Friday night meal!
I made sliders for our Friday evening patio party!
Happy to make these very special burgers! Delicious!
Better late than never!
So late. But done! And delicious.
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