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Old 01-02-2014, 02:01 PM   #11
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If you have a grinder you could make them into nice burgers.
Add a little bacon to the grind if you'd like to add some fat & flavor.
If you don't have a grinder you can mince them with a knife for burgers. It's a lot of work but the results are really good. Kind of a cross between a steak sandwich and a burger.


Cut into cubes.

Flour with salt & pepper.

Brown in pan.

Toss in a Crock Pot or Regular Pot with,
Lg. Diced Carrots
Lg. Diced Onions
Lg. Diced Celery
Lg. Diced Taters

Season with S&P and if you like Bay Leaves and Thyme.

Add a nice Red Wine.

Cook on low until It's done to your taste.

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