Friday Funnies ~ What Are You Cooking for the Labor Day Weekend?


My friend, Lori, asked me: “What do you think you’ll be cooking for the Labor Day weekend?” I think I will tell her “Redneck Turtle Burgers.”
This is a recipe I got from a gal in Missouri who has a great sense of humor!



She forms ground beef patties, topped with sharp cheddar cheese, wrapped in a bacon weave, then the next step, is to add hot dogs as the heads, legs with slits for toes and tail.
Place on an oven rack, covered loosely with foil and baked for 20-30 minutes at 400 degrees.
A little crispy, not too crunchy...just how a turtle should be, no?

Wishing all of you a fun and safe Labor Day weekend! This post links to Kim, hostess of Friday Funnies.

Comments

  1. Lol! Those look AWESOME! I wonder how long it takes to weave that bacon into place...What a neat idea!

    ...My kids would think I went right over the edge...:)

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  2. That is hillarious! This is worthy of showing all my friends. Needs to be on Paula Deen's show (Food Network)....she would eat this up!!

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  3. Those are fantastic, fun AND funny!
    What a great idea. Thanks!

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  4. This is yummy and so much fun. I think I'll copy your idea!

    Lidj

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  5. You are the sweetest, dearest, most lovely woman of God!!! Thank you for your kind words of encouragement to me, and for taking the time to look at my blog. May Jesus bring so much love, peace and joy to your heart this weekend that you nearly burst!!! Much love and returned kindness ~ Alice

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  6. Yummmmmmy!
    Imagine these would be a hoot to serve the little ones -- as well as the young at heart. The name just cracks me up! :)

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  7. Oh have mercy, this is great! Might be needing to do this. Ha! Ha!
    Have a great weekend my friend.
    Kim

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  8. Oh my goodness! I think my men would think they had died and gone to burger heaven... it's like the stuff dreams are made of... ;)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  9. I thought the baking time would be slow...but not too bad! They look good! And what a fun way! Have a great Labor Day! God bless sister!

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  10. How clever (and funny)!

    Our kids all have plans, so hubby & I are going to spend a little time on our boat, perhaps take a hike near Mt. Rainier, and otherwise be lazy. We have some beautiful days to enjoy; days that will quickly give way to Fall's chill. Even now I can smell it in the air.

    Enjoy your holiday!
    Kathleen

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