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Old 01-26-2006, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default Rothlis-burger recipe wanted

I'm looking to serve up some Rothlis-burgers for my superbowl party.
I do not know exactly how to make one. Would anyone happen to have a decent recipe or good overview of how to make one?

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Old 01-26-2006, 01:42 PM   #2
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Default Re: Rothlis-burger recipe wanted

go to mcdonalds and order some cheeseburgers and just say those or them lol
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I think this is the list:

scrambled egg
hamburger
sausage
onion
mayo

All on a hoagie bun

But don't quote me on that
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Old 01-26-2006, 09:54 PM   #5
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I quoted you on it, sorry.
if it helps though i didn't give you credit for the quite, just the forum.
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I quoted you on it, sorry.
if it helps though i didn't give you credit for the quite, just the forum.
LOL it's cool man,don't worry.Hope whatever recipe I gave you was right or as close as possible.
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yeah it seems to match up with other accounts i've heard of what on a rothlis-burger. this isn't an exact science we're creative enough to take those ingrediants and make it taste good. either way its just for fun. thanks.
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I'm looking to serve up some Rothlis-burgers for my superbowl party.
I do not know exactly how to make one. Would anyone happen to have a decent recipe or good overview of how to make one?

Thanks
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It was created in Peppi's, and it's made with eight ounces of hamburger, eight ounces of hot sausage, grilled onions, topped with scrambled eggs and two slices of American cheese and served on a 10-inch Italian roll. All for $7.77.
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