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Smoked Snack Stick Kits - AC Legg - Ask The Meatman.com

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Smoked Deer Sausage Seasoning - Witts - From Ask The Meatman.com

Snack Stick Seasoning - AC Legg - Traditional - From Ask The Meatman.com

Snack Stick Seasoning - AC Legg - BBQ - From Ask The Meatman.com

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101 Hamburger Recipes

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Below are 101 ways to make (or dress) a hamburger.
Courtesy of BeefTips.com and  Ask The Meatman.com

We now have this informative "101 Hamburger Recipe" Web Page  in the Interactive PDF Format - FREE!!!

Just Right Click the "101 Hamburger Recipe" Web Page Link above and "Save Target As" to download this Page FREE!  All of the Links on this page will be "Live" on your downloaded "101 Hamburger Recipe" PDF File.


The Above Information Is From Nutrition Data.com

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to use as a handy reference guide to ALL the beef cuts available!

 These charts are extremely useful if you cut your own beef or just want to know what options you have
at the Butcher Shop or Grocery Store Meat Department!

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Beef Chart - Beef Cuts. A chart just like this used to hang in our lobby in the 1960's and 1970's!  This chart is 8 inches by 10 inches on plain paper.

The NEW "Beef Made Easy" Cutting Chart.  Released April 10, 2005

This is a 8 X 10 inch chart printed on glossy paper.  It is the same chart as the "Purchasing Pork" Poster Chart.

This 1950's Era Pork Cutting Chart is 8 X 10 inch printed on plain paper.

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Hamburger Facts

  • Americans consumed more than 13 billion hamburgers in 2003.

  • More than 7 of every 10 hamburgers (73% or 9.6 billion) consumed in the U.S. were prepared and purchased out of the home.

  • Saturday is the biggest hamburger day for restaurants, with 1.4 billion hamburgers eaten on Saturdays in 2003.

  • June is the biggest hamburger month for restaurants, with nearly 800 million burgers ordered and eaten from restaurants in this month in 2003.

  • 7 out of every 10 hamburgers that Americans ordered in restaurants included cheese (73% of all hamburgers ordered or 5.8 billion cheeseburgers).

  • Hamburger is the most popular food for the grill, followed by steak and chicken.  1 out of every 5 times Americans fire up the grill, it's to cook a hamburger.

  • The first restaurant chain to serve hamburgers was White Castle in Wichita, Kansas in 1921.

Lean or Not:  Confusing Labeling Practices

Choosing the Right Ground Beef

Here's some very informative information about ground beef from
About.com and Home Cooking. 
History of hamburger

Why is the center of ground beef sometimes brown in color?

Bright Red Vs. Grey or Brown Meat

Get Control by Grinding Your Own

Ground Chuck or Ground Sirloin?  Choosing the Right Cut

Photographs and Nutrition Data for Different "Grades" Ground Beef and A FREE PDF Download!

Cooking Frozen Ground Beef Before Thawing is NOT Recommended

MORE Ground Beef Recipes!!

Here's a very relevant article from the USDA on cooking hamburgers.

Proper use of Meat Thermometer When Cooking Hamburgers.

The total calories, protein, and fat, along with available iron and zinc levels for 73% Lean, 80% Lean and 85% Lean Ground Beef can be found by clicking here

COOKING FROM FROZEN:
 Although it is preferable to cook your steaks, burgers, pork chops, and roasts from a thawed state, it is possible to obtain satisfactory results without thawing.

Place your meat farther from the heat when broiling or grilling. Broil or grill 1 1/2 to 2 times the suggested time for thawed steaks, burgers and pork chops. Roast 1 1/3 to 1 1/2 times that suggested for thawed roasts.


1. Pepperoni Pizza Burger: grilled burger covered with pepperoni, Mozzarella cheese and pizza sauce.

2. Verde Burger: grilled ground beef mixed with seasoned garlic, topped with piquant Italian Verde sauce made with parsley, onions and capers.

3. Classic Burger: hamburger with ketchup, mustard and pickles.

4. Greek Burger: topped with herbed Feta cheese, black olives and onions.

5. Hickory Burger: beef patty covered with cheddar cheese, bacon and hickory barbeque sauce.

6. Meat-o-Rama Pizza Burger: ground beef patty stuffed with Mozzarella cheese, diced tomatoes and pizza sauce, and topped with pepperoni and bacon.

7. Caesar Burger: ground beef seasoned with garlic and black pepper, on a crusty roll, accented with Caesar dressing, romaine lettuce and avocado slices.

8. Brocco Burger: ground beef patty dressed with a blend of melted Cheddar cheese and cooked broccoli.

9. Gyro Burger: hamburger topped with white onions, tomatoes and yogurt cucumber dressing.

10. Barbeque Burger: ground beef grilled with a tangy barbeque sauce and hot peppers.

11. Onion Burger: grilled ground beef seasoned with dried onion soup mix, and blanketed with grilled and raw onions.

12. Bistro Burger: ground beef covered with caramelized onions, Brie cheese and crisp bacon, served on a walnut bun.

13. Blue Moon Burger: grilled burger topped with Bleu cheese, sauteed mushrooms, lettuce and tomato served on an onion bun.

14. Bao-Wow Burger: chili seasoned ground beef served on a Chinese Bao bun with soy-ginger mayonnaise and Asian slaw on the side.

15. Cowboy Burger: grilled mushrooms, grilled onion, bacon and Monterey Jack cheese on a flavorful beef patty.

16. Chicago Burger: grilled beef burger with sweet relish, chopped onion, ketchup, mustard and hot peppers.

17. French Bistro Burger: hamburger adorned with walnuts, Gruyere cheese and garlic mustard mayonnaise, on a French roll.

18. Sticky Burger: grilled burger spread with peanut butter, bacon and Jack cheese.

19. Five-Spice Burger: ground beef seasoned with Chinese five-spice, grilled, and served with a soy-ginger sauce.

20. Olive Festival Pizza Burger: beef burger stuffed with mozzarella cheese and pizza sauce covered with sliced black and green olives.

21. Shrimpy Burgers: mini grilled burgers decorated with cream cheese, cocktail sauce and chopped shrimp.

22. Rowdy Reuben Burger: grilled beef patty smothered with melted Swiss cheese, thousand island dressing and zesty coleslaw, served on marble rye.

23. Earth & Turf Burger: grilled ground beef, beneath a golden porcini mushroom sauce with grilled zucchini squash and sweet red bell peppers.

24. Egg Burger: a lean ground beef patty paired with a fried or scrambled egg.
 
25. Thai-Cobb Burger: grilled ground beef served with avocado, tomatoes and bean sprouts, accented with a light peanut dressing.


Learn how to grill the perfect burger on the BBQ. Prepare some Beef Chuck Burgers so juicy and full of flavor that it will no doubt become one of your favorite quick and easy BBQ recipes. It's quick and easy. All you need is 3-4lbs fresh Ground Chuck Beef, tomatoes, sweet onions, sliced cheese if it's a cheeseburger you want, and any of your favorite condiments. And of course, watch this short video and fire up that barbecue grill.
For more info, visit BarbecueWeb.com


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Visit our Beef Charts Page,
Notebook Size Meat Charts Page  and Our 55 Page "Guide to Identifying Meat Cuts" Booklet!