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middle school

Portsmouth, OH

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#51
Sep 23, 2011
 
I was told by my father that the mix was sausage, hamburger and mashed potatos also. Is the old fashion potato chip factory still in town?
Eric viking of old

Portland, OR

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#52
Dec 17, 2011
 
sherry wrote:
I got the original recipe from the neice of the original owner many years ago. It is a combination of Hamburger, flour, salt and pepper. The real trick is a cast iron skillet, screamming hot grease and most importantly the meat has to go into the greese really really cold. Notice they put it in frozen. I don't do it that cold but it can not be room temperature.
Hope that helps
Can you contact me with a detailed recipe? I left Mburg in 88' and I think of those burgers often. Thanks

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Eric viking of old

Portland, OR

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#53
Dec 23, 2011
 
Employee wrote:
i have worked at the wagon for 5 years and we have never frozen the meat.
Care to talk about it? I grew up there and have craved their burgers nightly since 1988. Would like to know how they are made.

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farthammer

Pompano Beach, FL

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#54
Dec 31, 2011
 
was in town a few weeks ago and went to the wagon. noticed the patties were not the color you would expect from regular ground beef. i got to thinking maybe the secret is that the meat mixture is goetta, which is ground beef, ground pork, and oats. that would explain the pale color and the oats would explain why it gets crispy and has the certain texture. also, around when mr porter opened the wagon, not only was there alot of german influence on the food ala mixed sausages, etc. but also the need to use fillers such as oats due to the hard economic times, as well as the miamisburg flood. now my mouth is watering and im 1100 miles away from the burg, sh#t !
jason

Franklin, OH

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#55
Nov 19, 2012
 
They are not made with sausage added! I do have the family recipe...make em at home all the time
broseph

United States

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#56
Dec 4, 2012
 
then what's the secret guy? I'm begging !
jason wrote:
They are not made with sausage added! I do have the family recipe...make em at home all the time
Tina M

Farmington, MI

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#57
Dec 29, 2012
 
My husband introduced me to the hamburger wagon many, many years ago. We live in Cincinnati and our visiting inlaws in Kettering - making a stop at the wagon today! There is now a Marions pizza in Mason, OH!
Ceb

Dayton, OH

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#58
Jan 13, 2013
 
My husband brought goetta home from the grocery store one day and said he heard it was really good sausage. I tried to fry it with no lunch and found the crumbling mixture to a a very similar look when fried to wagon burgers. I agree I think it is goetta and ground beef.
Viking4Life

Peach Creek, WV

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#59
Jul 19, 2013
 
We moved away too but stop in everytime we are in town. They are now $1.25 each.
Patti

Draper, UT

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#60
Apr 15, 2014
 
I lived in the Burg area...my son and family still live there. My daughterss are twins and went to Miamisburg HS and are doctors now...they had good training. Speaking of Rons and Cassanos...I heard that Ron used to work for Mama Cassano and that is why their pizzas are similar and fantastic. I am not sure about this story, so don't quote me. Hamburger Wagon...yes, they are unique.
Patti

Draper, UT

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#61
Apr 15, 2014
 
Everyone is talking about pork sausage...You mean breakfast sausage with the taste of sage or what? Sausage comes in a bunch of different flavors. I want to duplicate them for my son..he loves HW. Not that he won't still go there occasionally because I am not in town that often. I think the flour idea is correct...making them crunchy, but I'm not sure about the sausage...maybe it is just ground pork.
Justin Byers

Miamisburg, OH

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#62
Apr 24, 2014
 
Hey Sherry thanks so much of this but do you have any Idea how much of each. Thanks so much.
sherry wrote:
I got the original recipe from the neice of the original owner many years ago. It is a combination of Hamburger, flour, salt and pepper. The real trick is a cast iron skillet, screamming hot grease and most importantly the meat has to go into the greese really really cold. Notice they put it in frozen. I don't do it that cold but it can not be room temperature.
Hope that helps

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