Michael Moore

How To Make the Perfect Rudyburger

His burgers were always a beautiful mixture of the best ground beef, onions, Worcestershire, bell pepper, garlic powder, and whatever suited his mood.

Rudy, my Dad, is gone. Been a while since we’ve had a two-way conversation. Before he passed, he used to come home early on Saturdays and crank up the grill, crack open a Pabst Blue Ribbon, put UGA Football on the TV and Larry Munson on the radio, then go into the kitchen and commence to prepare his famous “Rudyburger”.

His burgers were always a beautiful mixture of the best ground beef, onions, Worcestershire, bell pepper, garlic powder, and whatever suited his mood. They are famous in our family

“Hey Leroy!”

                      (he called us that once he got a few PBR’s in him)

” how many Rudyburgers do you want?”

“I’ll have ONE Rudyburger, Dad” was always my answer.

​They were so big, I didn’t have room for another.
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​So now you know where the name came from. I love what I do and would like to invite you into my family. After all, website design is a personal thing.

I think my coals are ready…

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