Cooking burgers over fire can be tricky. Weather you use a charcoal or gas grill the dangers of flare ups abound when cooking grease dripping burger patties. This danger is even more perilous on a small open top grill like an hibachi style grill. Unlike some Hibachi style grills, the Lodge Sportsman’s Grill does not have handles to quickly remove the burgers en event of a flare up. It is a good idea to have a plate or platter at the ready to put the burgers on for few minutes while flames die down. Cooking thick burger patties can be even trickier.
I’ve been cooking burgers on the LSG for several years, and I’ve learned a thing or two about doing it successfully. I share what I’ve learned in this video.
In the Taste Test scene at the end, I sample the thickest of the eight burgers. It was medium well, just the way I like it. The other seven burgers were well done the way my family likes them.
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