A most requested recipe for juicy burgers, whether you grill or pan fry them. Dissolving the salt and pepper in ice water distributes the spices evenly throughout the meat just as some sausage makers do when making sausage. Cook time depends on how well done you like your meat.
Using large chimney starter, ignite 6 quarts charcoal (about 100 briquettes) and burn until covered with thin coating of light gray ash, about 20 minutes. Empty coals into grill; build modified two-level fire by arranging coals to cover half of grill. Position cooking grate over coals, cover grill,
Mix all of the ingredients together thoroughly, covering your hands with plastic food bags to knead it well. Or dig right in like Grandma did, remember that fingers were made before forks! Shape into patties by measuring out 2/3s cupful of mixture for each & keeping them about 1/2" thick
Hello, Thanks to all of you who gave me great information on cooking steaks. Due to the price of steaks, we won't be eating them frequently- but when we do, I have a lot of ideas to help me. Something that we can afford to eat more frequently is hamburgers. When I was younger, I remember eating-