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Old 03-10-2006, 06:30 PM   #11
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Wow, you guys get screwed on Buffalo prices. Here in Oregon, our local Fred Meyer gets it in 5 or 6 times a year...the ground is usually 1.99 a pound, and the tenderloins are usually only about 8 bucks/lb.

Buffalo does make a great burger though. If I may make a suggestion? Add a little sun dried tomato paste to it--really adds a whole other dimension to the burger. I saw some guy on a TV show do it once, tried it...worked really well.

But as far as it being the best burger ever? Ehhhh, I get the feeling many of you have never had an ostrich burger or an elk burger (though elk being so expensive, I feel almost guilty grinding it up for hamburger) :)

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Old 04-19-2006, 01:40 PM   #12
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Hook line and sinker, we had buffalo burgers over the weekend (in Virginia) and I thought it was excellent. I agree the $5+ a pound is a little hard to swallow, no pun intended.

Now I want to mix it with pork and make sausage and see how it goes.

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Old 04-19-2006, 02:34 PM   #13
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Hi gang! sorry I haven't been around for so long....busy, busy, busy (which I suppose is better than "bored, bored, bored").

Poppinfresh, I have actually amended my buffalo burger recipe to include about a tablespoon of tomato paste (alas, I haven't tried the sundried variety yet). I helps hold the burgers together, in addition to adding wonderful flavor.

Now that Grilling Season is officially in full swing, I've been working on...well, just about everything. My current favorite thing (which is to say, I'm having it for dinner tonight) is my Grilled Mole Chicken, which I'll post shortly (in the appropriate thread of course).

It's good to be back...I miss you guys!


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