Group active since Wed, Jan 12, 2011
Ground beef can be transformed into a variety of dishes and is relatively economical, particularly if purchased in bulk, divided and frozen.
I'm always searching for ways to stretch the grocery budget and ground beef is a staple in my home.
Meatloaves? Casseroles? Soups? What are YOUR favorite recipes which include ground beef?
Jun 8, 2016
Chorizo, Bacon Cheddarburger
May 31, 2016
Short-Rib, Kim-chi Sliders on Gyeran-Bbang Buns
Dec 9, 2015
I'm thinking about putting together a cookbook next year highlighting, of course, burgers but also everyone's favorite dishes to go along with burgers, including desserts and beverages. I know right now we're all deep into the holidays but, after life settles down after the holidays, please send me links to those yummy burgers, sides, desserts and beverages that you would like to share with the world and I'll start putting it together. Other ground beef dishes (meatloaf, chili, etc.) would be good too. Also, your favorite tips for preparing and cooking your burgers would be great to add. In advance, thanks for your contributions. And please share this with others who may want to contribute to this. The more the merrier.
And lastly, but most importantly, I want to wish everyone a very happy, joyous and peaceful holiday season. Whether it Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanza or other holiday that you celebrate, and of course New Years, may it be a great one for us all. The world's crazy these days but we have to do our part to keep ourselves and love ones safe and sane. Of course, some good food can help that.
Be well and peace for us all.
Nov 2, 2015
Top of the Morning Sunrise Melt
Sep 18, 2015
Aug 9, 2015
Most of the time, the BBQ is the place for my beef and lamb burgers. But for some of the meats I've used, the BBQ grill won't work. Especially when I make salmon burgers or turkey burgers. Then it's on a grill pan or a cast iron pan, usually on the stove top. On the BBQ grill they have fallen through. For some though, the burger on a flat top in a diner is best. There, the burger cooks in it's own fat as it renders out of the meat putting a great crust on the burger. A cast iron pan will do the same and adds flavor to the burger.
Others prefer under the broiler, some, a smoker and some steamed. Not my choice, but there is a place in the east, I believe, where steamed burgers are a favorite.
We all have our own way of preparing our burgers, and for each person, that's the best way to go. Lets hear from you how you like to prepare you burgers and why.
I hope you're enjoying your weekend and putting those BBQ's to work. Have a great week.
Jun 29, 2015
Jul 13, 2014
a lot of recipes are too fancy for a small town cafe.