Hamburgers Cheeseburgers And More
What Do You Know About The Cheeseburger
Lionel Sternberger started it all when he placed a slice of cheese on a cooking hamburger at his fathers sandwich shop in 1924 in Pasadena California. In the years after Sternberger cooked that first cheeseburger many other cafes and restaurants made the claim that they invented the cheeseburger and Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive In Restaurant in Denver Colorado got the trademark for the name cheeseburger.
Do You Know What A Juicy Lucy Is?
And now the Juicy Lucy is becoming more and more popular all over the United States and around the world. A Juicy Lucy is a slice of cheese surrounded by raw hamburger meat and then cooked. The result of one of these special cheeseburgers is a molten core of melted cheese that just explodes into your mouth with each bite.
If you read on below you will find my own recipe for a juicy lucy that will have you wondering how you went all your life with out tasting anything so good. Yes they really are that good.
Cheeseburgers are an American tradition and they are now made many different ways in different parts of the United States. You will find cheeseburgers served with chili , lettuce and tomato and bacon. You'll find them being served with everything from thick slices of cheddar to bleau cheese crumbles. And if you want my world famous recipe for no beans chili to go on hamburgers and cheeseburgers you can CLICK HERE NOW for that recipe.
You really do need a high quality chili to make the very best cheeseburgers and I developed the best recipe in the world for no beans chili.
My World Famous Hamburger Meat Recipe
1. Two Pounds Lean Ground Hamburger.
2. One Fourth Pound Ground Pork.
3. One Envelope Lipton's Onion Soup Mix.
4. One Fourth Cup Very Fine Grated Sweet Onion.
Mix your ingredients together very well being sure to get all your ingredients mixed together very well and then pat out into hamburger patties before you cook them. Most people agree that this mixture makes some of the best hamburger patties they have ever eaten in their lives.
How About A Juicy Lucy.
You need a 1/2 inch 4 inch square of cheddar cheese and you want to take the above hamburger meat and form a hamburger pattie around the piece of cheese. You then cook the hamburger pattie until it is done and the cheese at the center of the hamburger pattie will be molten and oh so delicious. You'll want to be sure to make the above no beans chili to go with your juicy lucy's.
Remember that a stack of two hamburger patties with cheese is a double. A stack of three hamburger patties with cheese is a triple. Crisply cooked slices of bacon makes a cheeseburger into a gourmet delight. Add lettuce , tomato , pickles , and a thin slice of sweet onion and you have one of the best cheeseburgers you will ever eat in your life. Add a tablespoon of my world famous no beans chili above and its almost sinful.
How About A Bleau Cheese Juicy Lucy.
Try grilling thin slices of sweet onion to go on your cheeseburgers for a extra special tasty treat. Buy very large pickles and slice them in thick juicy slices to go on your cheeseburgers. Or make a juicy lucy with a center of bleau cheese crumbles instead of cheddar cheese for a cheeseburger you will not soon forget.
Once you have your bleau cheese juicy lucy cooked add a slice of cheddar cheese on top with three slices of crisp bacon and allow it to melt. Add a tablespoon of my world famous no beans chili , lettuce and tomato and you have a cheeseburger that your family and friends will beg you to make again.
The content on this hub page was created by Thomas Byers for this hub page and is not to be copied or re-posted anywhere else. Today's date is Friday January 1 2010.
Thomas Byers is a world famous chef who has been the Executive Chef at some of Florida's more famous restaurants like the Florida Cracker Cafe in St Augustine Florida and Captain Bobs in Key West Florida. He has won many cooking contests , ribbons and trophy's and currently is working on a cookbook on the foods you would find at cafes and restaurants in small town America.