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bad breath burger

Hi, I am Jaye, I traditionally burn food to the point people don't want to eat it. Here is my submission. It tastes good if you don't burn it. I like my burgers rare, thats why when I grill, other people do it for me, because I cannot seem too get it right. The burger will give you bad breath but you'll want another one. p.s. a spuckie roll, if you dont know what it is, is traditionally a Boston Sub roll, hard bread.


1 lb hamburger 90% lean
1/2 cup minced garlic
1/2 cup diced red onion
2 tbsp fresh rosemary
1 tsp fresh dill
4 mid sized spuckie rolls, split
8 oz brick cream cheese softened
3 tsp horseradish
1/2 cup grated parmesean cheese


First combine hamburger in a bowl with garlic, red onion, rosemary, and dill. Mix well. fire up the grill until you get it very hot, important, turn it down so that its on low. Form burgers into 1/4 lb patties in the shape of thick sausages, approx 2 1/2 to 3 inches thick, 6 inches long. Cook with the grill cover shut until the meat starts to bleed, then flip over the meat and cook for another 2-5 minutes to brown. When you flip the burger, place the split spuckie rolls on the upper shelf of the grill to toast for 2-5 minutes. In a separate bowl, combine softened cream cheese with horseradish and parmesean cheese, mix well. Remove hamburgers from the gril along with the toasted spuckie rolls, put the creamcheese spread on each side of the inside of the spuckie rolls, place the hamburger you just cooked in between, bon appetite! (did I spell that right?)


this may seem like a wicked lot of work for a burger, but if you're married, taste is way more important than breath anyway. If you're dating, I highly recommend avoiding this burger, pretend like you like salad and get used to not eating things that taste good because lets face it, most things that taste good will give you bad breath.