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Old 07-12-2010, 07:04 PM   #41
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Pepperoni Pizza Burger --- grilled burger covered with pepperoni, Mozzarella cheese and pizza sauce.
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:27 PM   #42
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This is as close as I can get to a picture of what I have. Mine are wavy edged like these, but thicker.
looks like what i just threw away. they came in a bag.don't remember the brand, they shrunk to nothing and tasted just awful. been in freezer for three months and never had one since the first one. so out they went, i will use the ones i formed myself from bulk ground beef. sometimes Von's has three pound package for great price. i form some in patty, some in larger chunks for spag. or meat loaf for company dinners.gonna make a toned down version of spag. this week end. my daughter can't handle anything different. she is picky eater. says my spicier spag. gives her a stomach ache. oh, well.
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:37 PM   #43
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Hmmm doubt they are the same then babe. Mine don't shrink at all, they came in a box, and are black angus beef. They are delish.
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:47 PM   #44
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looks like what i just threw away. they came in a bag.don't remember the brand, they shrunk to nothing and tasted just awful. been in freezer for three months and never had one since the first one. so out they went, i will use the ones i formed myself from bulk ground beef. sometimes Von's has three pound package for great price. i form some in patty, some in larger chunks for spag. or meat loaf for company dinners.gonna make a toned down version of spag. this week end. my daughter can't handle anything different. she is picky eater. says my spicier spag. gives her a stomach ache. oh, well.
I form all of my ground beef into burger patties. If I want to make something else I just take out enough, if not I still have frozen burgers ready.
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:49 PM   #45
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I form all of my ground beef into burger patties. If I want to make something else I just take out enough, if not I still have frozen burgers ready.
Well THATS smart. Why didn't I ever think of that?
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Old 07-13-2010, 10:51 PM   #46
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I form all of my ground beef into burger patties. If I want to make something else I just take out enough, if not I still have frozen burgers ready.
I do the same. I buy 5-6 pound packages of ground beef and make half-pound portions that I individually wrap and freeze. Two packs give me a pound for a recipe or burgers for SO and me. I find this the handiest way for me.
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Well THATS smart. Why didn't I ever think of that?
I guess that is what comes from living alone.
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Old 07-15-2010, 10:02 AM   #48
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Ground Chuck (~85% Lean). Salt & Pepper. Charcoal Grill.
Thin 1/3 pound patties that contract a bit to just greater than the diameter of the roll.
Cook to medium (band of pink in the center).
Buttered and grilled Kaiser Rolls.
Raw yellow onion, half-sour dill pickle chips, farmhouse mustard, ketchup.

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C'mon, a burger's not a burger unless it has at least a kilogram of beef.


Think you're hungry?

http://www.northlands.com/northlands-unleashes…-monster

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Old 07-16-2010, 03:37 PM   #50
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C'mon, a burger's not a burger unless it has at least a kilogram of beef.


Think you're hungry?

http://www.northlands.com/northlands-unleashes…-monster

Back when I used to eat 3 Whoppers at a time I would have tried that! Now I could eat a quarter of it maybe.
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