We had ground meat from two different cattle growers so we decided to do a taste test.
We took two pounds of ground beef – a pound from each farmer. I divided those pounds in half so I had approximately 8 oz. of ground beef from two farmers for hamburgs and I made meatloaf with the remaining 8 oz. from each farmer.
For both, I did the seasonings exactly the same. The burgers were seasoned exactly the same and the two mini meat loaves were made exactly the same.
It sure takes a lot of stuff to make burgers at this house! Mayo. Mustard. Ketchup. Lettuce. Tomatoes. Pickle relish, Cooked onions/jalapenos. Hot sauce. Chips. Dip. Corn on the Cob. I don’t eat mustard, pickle relish, ketchup or hot sauce on my burger – that’s all for Vince.
Vince grilled the burgers and we did our taste test. The burger on the plate with the red rings was both our favorites. Both are good but one was just a little better. Tomorrow we’ll try the meat loaf. I’m happy because other than making the sauce to go on top, they’re done and the mess is cleaned up!