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Old 06-09-2004, 04:59 PM   #11
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I tried doing the Lipton onion soup-burger recipe. Whoops! That didn't turn out so great! I've tried about a hundred different variations when building a burger but in the end I just like a burger with bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion ketchup and mustard. No pickles for me, too salty. :D
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Old 06-09-2004, 06:27 PM   #12
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We bought a 4-H side of beef once. I am not joking, we could (and did) cut the steaks with a fork! Best beef we ever had.

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Old 06-09-2004, 06:28 PM   #13
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Best burger in the land too.
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Old 06-09-2004, 06:51 PM   #14
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Best burger in the land too.
Definitely! It's funny, my family was pretty poor for awhile, and there was not much but cheap ground beef and hot dogs for a couple years (but boy, could my mom turn a scrawny amount of cheap meat into a feast!). When we got that great, grainfed side of beef, we ended up with so many steaks from it that we started craving hamburgers! I love steak and prime rib, but you can't beat a good hamburger.

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P.S. Alix, you have been reading my mind! Two or three times this evening, I have started to reply to someone, only to discover that you had replied, saying word-for-word what I was going to say!!
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Wow! Could it be telepathy with you and Alix, Barbara? I want to know what a 4-H is? Duh...is it the quality of the meat?

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Wow! Could it be telepathy with you and Alix, Barbara? I want to know what a 4-H is? Duh...is it the quality of the meat?

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4-H Club. Kind of like Future Farmers of America, I guess. They do service projects, etc., and some raise animals and show them at fairs, etc.

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LIPTON ... YUCK

I agree with Damp Charcoal. I once had the Lipton Soup Mix and once WAS enough for that. The seasoning salt has been my favorite additive and grilling them medium-rare produces the juicy burger that I enjoy sinking my teeth into. I know, I know, meat should be well-done for health reasons but I just can't deal with dried out burgers. /rayt721
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Eeek! Isn't there 4H in the US? Dina, the 4 H's stand for Head, Heart, Hands, Health. It is basically a youth group and some of the kids will raise a calf and then when it is old enough they will sell it to earn money for school or whatever. They have a show in early June usually and sell their hand raised calf. They have to do some work with it but I won't get into all that. ANYWAY...the meat is very fine, as the cattle are VERY pampered as a general rule, and you support a great cause.

Barbara, LOL! Glad to know we are on the same wavelength! Sorry to beat you to the punch reply wise, I will be quieter now! Loved your story about the puppies. How are the kittens BTW?
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Got it, Alix. And we do have 4H here too. I just didn't know they called it 4H. So is the 4H meat better quality?

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