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Violetfire [lead] Food Recipes
3 years ago 5,256 views

Hamburger Night. Freshly ground rump roast grounded with a kitchenaid grinder attachment with homemade bun.

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hearthwench [lead] 3 years ago

This is where a star rating for a post comes into play. 10 stars! Excuse the drooling, please.

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caltrop 3 years ago

hear hear! applause

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caltrop 3 years ago

looks delicious!

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Reziac 3 years ago

I'll be right over! :D

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Violetfire [lead] 3 years ago

I have one left. It's all yours

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twisty58 3 years ago

Very impressive!

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keithaBrownell 3 years ago

How do you toast the bun? what's on it. It looks so good. It all starts with good meat. I would ask for your bun recipe but I will never make my own buns but I wish I would.

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Violetfire [lead] 3 years ago

I just slap a lot of Olive Oil on it and toast it on the same Cast Iron Griddle the Hamburger is cooking on. The Buns are just a simple bread recipe. I make bread and the left over dough I make buns.

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hearthwench [lead] 3 years ago

I either toast them under the broiler without anything on the buns, or butter and fry. If you make fried onions for the burgers, the leftover butter has a yummy onion flavor to add to the overall burger if you fry-toast the buns in the pan used for the onions. If I go for an oil, it is coconut.

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Violetfire [lead] 3 years ago

I wish I could use coconut oil but it does weird things to me. Coconut oil actually will affect hormones in certain people. For me it makes me weepy & depressed so I won't use it.

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hearthwench [lead] 3 years ago

That sucks! I have similar effects from soy, along with digestive stuff. Sunflower oil is good, too. For me, at least. I use olive oil only for making my pizza dough. It is hard to find it unadulterated with other oils (soy, canola, etc.), even some of the organic brands.

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Violetfire [lead] 3 years ago

I use Olive Oil because it's good for the gallbladder. Cleans it out. Esp important for us older folks.

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Zoie [lead] 3 years ago

Yum! <3

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senoradirt Food Recipes
3 years ago 3,458 views

I just received a pressure cooker. I really really love cooking with this thing! I've had the best results with red beans and rice (could eat that everyday). My favorite type of cooking is Southern. Anybody else?

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yrmy 3 years ago

Looks delicious! What kind of meat is that?

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senoradirt 3 years ago

smoked sausage

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yrmy 3 years ago

Oh, that ought to be good.

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hearthwench [lead] * 3 years ago

Looks great! I have a pressure canner. Never used a cooker version. I am never in that much of a hurry. ;D

Violetfire [lead] Food Recipes
3 years ago 2,339 views

This recipe is my own concoction mixing several online recipes until I came up with this one. It has a very nice blend of flavor. Not too tangy and not too Anchovie.

1 Lg Garlic Clove - Micro Planed Grated
2 Filet of Anchovies
1 Lg Coggled Egg
1 tsp Dijon Mustard
1 tsp Worcheshire Sauce
2 TBL Parmesan Cheese
Ground Pepper
1/4 C Olive Oil
Grate the Garlic, add the Anchovies and smash with a fork.
Boil water, turn off and coggle egg for 2 minutes
Separate egg and beat yolk for about 300 stokes using a whisk. Egg yolk should be thick.
Add Worcheshire Sauce and Dijon Mustard. Whisk
Add Pepper
Add Cheese
Whisk in Olive Oil.

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Zoie [lead] 3 years ago

Definitely going to try this!

hearthwench [lead] Food Recipes
3 years ago 2,445 views

This is my version of the classic marshmallow creme fudge recipe. There is no such thing as organic marshmallow creme. Instead of using the garbage on the shelves, I make a half-batch of marshmallows, using it immediately while it is still in the creme stage. I use organic ingredients whenever possible, though, I usually use Ghirardelli chocolate chips. I get a bag of the dark (60% cacao) and the semi-sweet chips, mixing them for the ultimate (to me) chocolate flavor. I have not found an organic chocolate chip I have liked so far. Most tend to be heavy with a chocolate liqueur flavor, taste "off", or has soy and/or canola poison (to me) in them. ugh...

I have no idea how long this fudge recipe lasts. We usually kill it off so quickly, we never have had it go "bad".

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Zoie [lead] 3 years ago

Looks amazing!

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hearthwench [lead] 3 years ago

It was very good. It did not last long enough. ;D

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Violetfire [lead] 3 years ago

This looks like my mom's old fashion fudge but she didn't use marshmallows. These look delicious. I'm hoping someday we'll have computers that we can smell things.

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hearthwench [lead] 3 years ago

It is homemade marshmallow creme, if the goo does not go to the last step of being spread into a pan. It gives a flavor to fudge that is drool-bucket-worthy. I could not handle smell-o-vision. ;D

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