Remove defrosted patties from the refrigerator and packaging.
Arrange them on a platter and liberally season with salt, pepper, and steak seasoning.
Top with a couple dashes Worcestershire sauce.
Cover and let sit for 15 minutes.
Fire up the grill and bring it to 450 F.
When the grill has reached the optimum temperature, carefully lay patties out on the grill plates. Grill for 5 minutes with the cover closed, then turn patties 45 degrees and let cook with the cover closed for another 3 minutes.
Flip burgers and cook for 5 minutes, then top each patty with two slices of cheese and cook for another 3 minutes.
Remove patties to the washed platter and let sit, covered, for 3 minutes.
Brush each bun with oil and toast on the grill until golden brown.
Slather an obscene amount of the Blue Cheese Aioli onto the bottom slice of the roll.
Add the brisket burger patty, then top with 3 slices of the Brown Sugar Jalapeno Bacon.
Pile the onion straws on as high as you can get them, then drizzle a ridiculous amount of Spicy BBQ Sauce on top of the onion straws.
Slather more of the aioli on the top bun, then add the bun to the top of the heap.
Serve with a vat of the BBQ sauce for dipping, plus a roll of paper towels and perhaps a drop cloth.
This burger takes commitment.
You have to put all your chips on the table and trust the dice to roll exactly as you need.
But with a little bit of preparation, you’ll hit the jackpot!