Anybody here like to cook? I love to eat, so I've learned to become a pretty decent cook. World's Best Burgers: *4 pounds fresh or dry aged Angus or Wagyu chuck, brisket point, and/or ribeye. 1/4 cup creole seasoning 1/2 cup au jus gravy 1/4 cup worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons Tiger Sauce 2 tablespoons A-1 or similar steak sauce 1/4 cup butter 1/4 tsp EACH garlic, cayenne, Tabasco sauce, and dried cilantro Mix butter and last 4 ingredients in small skillet. Heat over med-low heat until well blended. Add in liquids and allow to cool to room temp or so. Grind meat into large bowl. Add creole seasoning and butter/liquid mixture and mix by hand - I wear wet, cool plastic gloves. I usually make 8 half pound patties. Grill over mesquite coals that DON'T require lighter fluid. I add in other wood chips as well - oak, hickory, etc. Fire should be hot enough to sear burgers and cook to medium/medium-well in 8-10 minutes. Flip only once, and I top mine with cheddar, jack, or other cheese a couple of minutes before I pull them off. Serve on brioche or other bun toasted with a little butter. I also like to top my burger with onions sauteed in a little butter, Tiger Sauce, and steak sauce. I avoid heavy condiments like mayo or ketchup, but I will spread a little creole spicy mustard on the buns, and usually top the burger with lettuce, tomato, and spicy chili peppers. Well-seasoned fries or chips and a dill pickle spear on the side. *Can use up to a pound of NY strip and/or filet, but most of the meat should be fatty.