January 31, 2013 by chicagogrilling365
Of course, Jenny found it in no time when she got home later.
By that time I had already improvised and done something different.
If those two words don’t make your mouth water, you’re either a vegetarian or in a coma.
Then I added yellow mustard, dijon mustard, ketchup and chopped red onion.
It was a beautiful gloopy mess.
I cooked it in the cast iron pan on the grill; otherwise it would have seeped between the grill grates and all would have been lost.
I slapped that mess onto a bun and ate it with some kettle chips and spicy dill pickle.
Pretty damn good if you ask me.
And if you don’t ask me, I’ll still say pretty damn good.