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PostPosted: Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:07 pm 
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A couple of weeks ago we took hubby's ex-secretary out to lunch to Marie Callendar's (her choice). Hubby had a burger called Frisco Burger. I made some at home tonight....

Grilled parmesan sour dough bread topped with a burger, lettuce, tomato, pickle, melted sharp cheddar cheese, red onion, and home made Thousand Island dressing. OMG was it ever good! :D :thumbs:

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This requires bacon.

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Cook a burger in a frying pan in pickle juice. Sautee onions in the stuff too, so good.

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This requires bacon.


50/50 ground beef/bacon patty


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Cook a burger in a frying pan in pickle juice

This is where you lost me. That sounds disgusting.


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Lenas wrote:
Rynar wrote:
This requires bacon.


50/50 ground beef/bacon patty

This only works if the burger is cooked well. If you want your burger medium rare, for instance, you're better off topping it.

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Squeeler burgers FTW.

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Well done....not a dot of pink

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Kirra wrote:
Well done....not a dot of pink


This is how I like mine. Because I'm not a god damned savage that eats raw meat.

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Ground beef needs to be fairly brown. Steaks are a different story.

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Why? Do they not come from the same place?


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Rynar wrote:
This requires bacon.


Actually Marie Callendar's does have one "with the works" that comes with the cheese, bacon, and onion rings. Hubby doesn't care for bacon on burgers (yes, I know...he is strange :P ) so I made them without.

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Lenas wrote:
Why? Do they not come from the same place?


To answer if you were serious- there are two main reasons steaks are OK rare and ground beef isn't:

The first is the extra handling process the ground meat goes through- there's a greater chance of contamination.

The second is the number of individually butchered cows that end up in one "vat" of ground beef before being split up into individual packages. It's quite staggeringly large. And any contamination from any of those cows, or from any of the butchering of any of those cows, often leads to contamination of the whole batch.

Steaks, on the other hand, are from a single cow, and don't have the added grinding steps, which makes them less risky from a contamination standpoint.

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Well done....not a dot of pink

Have you tried Bagger Dave's in Berkley? Wow.


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**** it. I'm still not burning my burgers.


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I just get my ground meat from a good local source that I know grinds in small batches, and then don't worry about it.

It's higher quality meat, I'm supporting local farmers and butchers, and it's safer to boot.

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The thing about ground beef versus steak and doneness is where the bacteria live. The highest concentration on a steak is going to be on the outside of the meat so cooking it will kill off most of any contamination so you can leave the interior of it more rare, although there is still a chance of contamination it is lessened.

Ground beef on the other hand can put that bacteria that is on the outside on the inside during the grinding process, so a higher chance of contamination.

Having said that I prefer my burgers medium, still a little pink inside. I have never gotten anything from it. Steaks should still be mooing.

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I agree with Killuas about the steaks, but burgers I want well done...at least until I can find a decent quality grinder at an affordable price and can grind my own. I have enough health issues without contracting E-Coli from an undercooked burger.

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Medium rare on burgers, rare/raw quality cuts of beef.

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Partially contamination partially texture. Mainly cause that's how I was taught when I lived in Texas.

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Lenas wrote:
**** it. I'm still not burning my burgers.



Cook a little longer on lower heat. You don't have to eat hocky pucks, it is interior temp that you have to worry about.

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I mostly grind my own meat when I make burgers at home. They're going to stay medium.


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Lenas wrote:
I mostly grind my own meat when I make burgers at home. They're going to stay medium.


Sounds painful, but honest. Taking straightforward words as euphemisms is amusing. Nothing to do with burgers though.

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LMAO!

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