Double Decker Pulled Brisket Cheeseburger Slider with Candied Jalapenos


IMGP1322 She is one hot freakin’ mess on a pretty platter.

See, this is what happens. And, yes, I’m about to rant; just stay with me here. When I get all stressed out I have to just go cook something.

And cuss.

I’m discovering that the more stressed out I am, the better my food is. And the more foul my mouth is.

IMGP2 Not sure if that’s a good thing – how do I capitalize on it without jeopardizing my health?

But, this morning as I was stressing the hell out I had a vision of this slider. It’s moments like this that I silently high five myself for freezing leftovers. If it were up to Mark he would throw everything out; but not my frugal ass.

No. I paid good money for that brisket. I’m freezing that shit.

Remember these? I made another batch a couple of days ago and let me just go ahead and tell you. They are as hot as 17 different forms of hell. I don’t remember my cute little jalapenos setting my ass on fire quite like these do. I love heat, but I gotta say, these take it to a whole new level. Like, I’m-panicking-and-I-don’t-know-if-I-can-handle-this-heat level. Seriously – shoving bread down your throat type of heat level.

So, just a little tip here if you make them anytime soon – take the seeds out if you don’t want to burn the F out of your mouth. Ya’ll know I can handle heat – so you know they’re pretty severe. Maybe it’s this latest season of jalapenos. I don’t know.

I hope my Nanny isn’t reading this.

Double Decker Pulled Brisket Cheeseburger Slider with Candied Jalapenos

Double Decker Pulled Brisket Cheeseburger Slider with Candied Jalapenos


  • 1 lb ground round
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tbsp seasoned salt
  • 1 tsp pepper
  • 1/2 lb brisket, cooked and shredded
  • 1 package slider buns
  • 1 lb Muenster cheese slices
  • 1/2 cup mayo
  • Fresh tomato, sliced
  • Candied Jalapenos


  • Combine ground round, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper.
  • Form into patties and grill or broil until done.
  • Add cheese and cover heat until melted.
  • Make sliders by layering the mayo and brisket on a bottom bun top with jalapenos, followed by another bottom bun, more mayo, a burger, tomato and a top bun.
  • Indulge.

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  1. I’ve heard that swearing is actually a great stress reliever! That burger looks SO good though… I HAVE to try it!
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  2. OMG What’n not to love here! I love love love candied jalepenos!
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  3. This looks mouthwatering delicious. I chose your post as one of my features on this week’s Party in Your PJs link party. Thanks for joining us and sharing your great recipe 🙂

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  5. Consequently mouth watering! That appears amazing!
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  6. Nice read & looks like an awesome recipe. Snack seasonings really do contribute to yummy dishes like this one. Poor ingredients equal a poor recipe and product. Thanks for the recipe though!! Looks awesome!

  7. Sorry, Shea. I have to go redneck/hip-hop on the recipe/photos (with profanity included) — Dayum! This is effin’ dope! Makes me want to slap my pappy up in this sumbitch!

    That is all.
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