reply to post by Michelle129th
package of meatloaf mix (3 different meats on one tray, as sold in supermarket)
seasoned bread crumbs
you should toss in the spice ingredients to suit your/family taste; some people LOVE pepper while others don't want to know about it.
the Horseradish is a key ingredient. use generously and make sure it is well mixed in. Horseradish has been an ingredient in many award-winning Burger
recipes. it brings a subtle punch to the palate that makes guests go "mmmmmmmmm". notice i used a lot of mmm's there.
get your BBQ pre-heated. pre-heating your cooking surface is always good business. after you place Burgers on grill DO NOT 'smush' or smash them
under the spatula or flipper. you will lose the tasty wonderful juicy goodness. let the burger cook, don't keep moving it about. most i will do is
set/cook; change position of burger on grill/cook, the flip/cook to desired doneness (?) a/k/a = rare, medium, well
what you put on top of your Burger (mmmm, burgers!) is of vital importance. Yellow cheese? Get that out of here! there are maybe 50 different cheeses
to choose from in a better supermarket. Experiment. Try different cheeses. even if you only go Provolone or Swiss, try something different.
it is also nice to have fried sliced onions, mushroom, bacon, whatever as a Topper. mmmm, toppers! it's the junk that Burger King puts on top of the
Whopper that makes it fun.
also experiment with 'sauces' to put atop Burger. Ketchup & Mustard is fine for children. slap a cup of Mayo in a dish and attack it with 4 or 6
different spices, maybe toss in some relish or pickle juice, stir well. with a little experimentation you will find your own favorite 'secret sauce'
that McDonald's will try to steal (beware the Hamburglar!)
last but not least, Bread. don't come home with white bread or boring Kaiser rolls. there is all sorts of great breads and rolls in Bakeries. treat
yourself, expand your horizons.
a nice slice of pickle, some chips, maybe a cold beer....mmmmmmmmm! Have Fun!
PS: for excellent recipes, check out the back & sides of product boxes. the manufacturers use only the most tasty excellent recipes because they want
you happy with their product and buying it repeatedly. kid you not, there is even a few Cookbooks on the market that are nothing but the recipes from
food boxes. my Mom is a wonderful cook, and a lot of her best dishes are recipes from product boxes that she has been using since before i was
PS: you ever in No.NJ give me a shout. i'll BBQ you a Burger that will will make you want to write poems to the cow!