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Old 10-28-2006, 08:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by auntdot
Sounds great kadesma.

Tattrat, here we are not fans of most burgers. The ones we typically get in restaurants are overdone, tough and tasteless. Particularly with this panic over E. coli O157:H7 you just cannot get a properly cooked burger in most places.

We make our own by grinding our own meat (we have several grinders, but you can use the food processor with fine results), cook them rare to medium rare (which we are told is safe just as long as you cook the burgers soon after you grind the meat) and then put them on whatever bread/toast/bun seems interesting along with great toppings, like kadesma did.

That is heaven.

Oh sorry, will confess that we both love sliders. Those violate all the rules of good hamburger making but every once in a while are they good. Have tried to dupe the recipe at home but nothing comes close.

Anyway just my take on the matter, take care.
Thanks auntdot ,
I like meat I've ground myself much more so than any fast food burger..I grind mine to a lager grind and it's not so crumbly feeling in the mouth. Too, I think cooking it yourself gets rid of a lot of that dry, grainy feeling I don't like.

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