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originally posted by: NowanKenubi
When we want to eat fast food, we make a bowl of cereals at home. That said, we make way much better hamburgers and cheeseburgers at home, and we vary the recipe depending on how we feel.
Last year, as I was walking in front of the tv, there was a Masterchef episode going on, and a woman was making hamburgers. She put milk in the meat so it would be more tender. I tried and it works. It's as if the meat was sensing a mother's presence and relaxes... haha
Also, I recently found the recipe for KFC's delicious spices mix. We also do that at home now. Aah, the joy... It also works with fish, but we add a few more spices in it.
***Forgot to say; I tried putting a tiny slice of feta in the middle of the meat of hamburgers, or a square of feta in meatballs... Kids complain now when I don't.
I'm sure you wife will be more thrilled with this than with McDéchet.
originally posted by: apydomis
Smoked almonds, string cheese, apple, water.
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