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This is a mighty good burger that is sure to keep those pesky little humans out of your swamp!

In a nutshell: this could be confused with a mini-meatloaf. What is so great about this burger is that you can put all kinds of goodies in it without worry about half of them falling out of your bun! You can enjoy it like 1lb burger but only feel the guilt of eating a 1/4 pounder!

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Step 1: Materials

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Suggested Ingredients:

Laura's Lean Ground Beef (for a very tasty and healthy burger)
Fresh Onion
Fresh garlic
Canned Jalapenos
Green olives
Tomatoes
Whole wheat bun

Suggested tools:
BBQ
Flipper
Sharp Knife
Mesquite or Hickory
Tin Can
Bucket
Water
skillet
garlic press
wax paper

Step 2: Preperation

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You need to cut your Mesquite or Hickory or what ever wood you like to flavor you food with into some 1/4-1/2 inch cross sections (we will refer to these as "wood biscuits". I use Mesquite because it is like a weed in Texas so my parents brings me some logs when they or their neighbor clean out some brush. After you have cut up your log keep any sawdust or chips around to boost the flame whenever you need it.

Soak however many you think you will use in a large bucket of water, 5-6 should be good. This will allow them to steam/smoke more of their flavor into the BBQ without burning up so quickly.
Zetheros5 years ago
Heh, the meat was not defrosted in time for dinner, so I turned the ogre to the consistency of sloppy joe.
Zetheros5 years ago
Nice instructable! It was funny and easy to follow at the same time. Thawing the burger to make a few ogres tonight.
Meroki5 years ago
lol xD it reminds me of Chowder x3
Sunny1246136 years ago
OOOOH I dony even think i could get a mouthful before thinking about some poor ogre i am eating right now..... but 5/5 stars!
Adapt, man! The fate of the burger-eating world depends on it! lol
mason01906 years ago
Mmmmm... 20 pounds of meat on one scrawny bun. Send in the backup!
finfan76 years ago
I would guess that tis is considerably more tasty than a regular ogre.
Na, ogres are quite good. Don't you ever wonder what the meat in a Big Mac is?
I always thought it was 60% beef (the legal minimum that they can still call beef) and 40% "stuff."
Mr. Rig It6 years ago
That first picture scares me, I don't like my food to look at me :-)
zaro123456 years ago
Very nice Instructable. I am just gonna have to try this next bbq I have. Thx! (favorited)
I love this! What a great idea. I think, the person feeling guilty eating such a great burger must be a very boring person.
Big Bwana6 years ago
And there I was thinking it was the first Cat burger ible from looking at the picture, I'll never get rid of my cats at this rate .... Great Ible.... the kids will love this (( just buggin about the kitties ))
joey25426676 years ago
i can tell from the top bun that you smashed it down really hard!
cloates6 years ago
An ogle-able, edible orge! Slick.
BartSimpson6 years ago
...uhhh... I swear that is the biggest burger I have ever seen... I am tempted to call it the Obese-Burger... because that is one HUGE burger, man...nice job...
Darren.6 years ago
GREAT IDEA!
let me guess.. you were watching shrek last night on TNT
ecogeeko (author)  Yerboogieman6 years ago
No, but i must have seen it at least 200 times, (my wife used to like to fall asleep watching it).
That is a mighty fine looking burger!