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  • Go Ahead And Boast...Are Your Burgers Better?

    There are a number of foods that many of us can make, and have as good or better results than what we experience at a restaurant. Then again, some chefs/cooks are deserving of their professional status, because they are so good at what they make, and in a huge variety of dishes.

    But I would suggest that many of us can make a really good burger, or for me, cheeseburger.

    I continue to strive to make a better burger. I change the spice combinations, as well as the spreads, and the buns. Lately I've added chili to see if I can partially mimic a few of the better burger joints we love to eat at.

    I should upgrade the lean ground beef I use to include a portion of a better cut of meat. But hey, I love the juiciness of the burger as is. But I will step up my game soon.

    What's your "secret(s)" in making a better burger? Are they sloppy and messy, like so many love 'em? What cuts of meat do you use?

    Lets build a better burger together!!

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      Burgers, yeah. I mostly use ground beef, sometimes ground buffalo or elk meat. My dad showed me this thing with cottage cheese a couple years ago where you mix a small container of cottage cheese (I forget the size) in with a pound of the ground meat, then season and cook from there. They're a little crumbly but they keep in the moisture and flavor a lot better and taste great.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Houshmazode View Post
        Burgers, yeah. I mostly use ground beef, sometimes ground buffalo or elk meat. My dad showed me this thing with cottage cheese a couple years ago where you mix a small container of cottage cheese (I forget the size) in with a pound of the ground meat, then season and cook from there. They're a little crumbly but they keep in the moisture and flavor a lot better and taste great.
        Interesting!!!:thumb: Might have to check that out. Probably good for you too.

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        • #5
          Organic ground beef, a thin ham slice is a must try at least once on the beef patty below the pepper jack cheese on a toasted sourdough bun with homemade mayonnaise.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
            Organic ground beef, a thin ham slice is a must try at least once on the beef patty below the pepper jack cheese on a toasted sourdough bun with homemade mayonnaise.
            Sounds good!!

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