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Best Birthday Burger

July 16, 2009

Today is B’s 24th birthday and his only request is for me to make him the best burger ever. A little pressure no? We were recently talking about different variations of what would make up the best burger. To back up a bit, burgers are probably B’s favorite food, seriously. Put a piece of ground beef patty in between two hamburger buns, slap on a slice of cheese, tomatoes, ketchup, lettuce and he’s in heaven. However, I think B’s taste preference for burgers has gotten a little picker over the years. Here are the requirements that must be present in a burger: bacon, pepperjack cheese and various sorts of “fancy” condiments. Yup, this “premium topping”  bacon is the end all for him. A couple months ago, a new burger joint opened up near us called The Counter. You can customize your own burger with tons of toppings to create your ultimate burger fest. Needless to say, B loved this place, so I decided to try my hand at creating our own burgers without having to spend the $$$. Cheers to 24 years, keep on eating those burgers. The chickens love you for it.

Prosciutto Feta Burger with Garlic Aioli

Serves 1 hungry boy

1 ground beef patty (96/4 extra lean)

1 whole wheat hamburger bun

1 tablespoon feta cheese

1 tablespoon tomato bruschetta

1 tablespoon garlic aioli

1 slice red onion

1 slice pepperjack cheese

1 slice prosciutto

2 lettuce leaves

Directions

1. Combine feta, tomato bruschetta with ground beef and form into a patty and cook over a grill for 4 minutes each side for well done. Top a slice of pepperjack cheese on top until melted

2. Meanwhile, toast hamburger bun and prociutto in the oven for 3 minutes

3. Spread garlic aioli sauce on the bottom of the bun, top with burger patty and cheese, red onion and lettuce. Enjoy!

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Digging in

Digging in

A happy boy

A happy boy

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Brennan permalink
    July 16, 2009 4:45 am

    That was great! Time for my next birthday!

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