Are you looking to dress up your burgers with a little class? These burgers are adapted from a recipe that I found in Better Homes and Garden, the June 2011 publication. The blue cheese adds an elegance to the burger and packs a flavor punch that can't be beat! The recipe is simple and doesn't take a lot of time. It also looks gourmet. What more can a cook want?
I like to let my beef sit at room temperature for about 45 minutes for even grilling.
When mixing the ingredients for the beef together, I like to use my hands. The key to tender burgers is not to over mix, as this will toughen up the proteins in the beef.
You can use any kind of ground beef that you desire, but I found that 1/2 sirloin, 1/2 chuck provides the right balance of fats for an awesome juicy burger.
Preparation and cook time is 30 minutes.
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It's Valentines Day, and here is my gift of love to you - the recipe for a fantastic Chocolate Cream Pie. You're welcome. Seriously, this pie is absolutely the best chocolate pie that I and my family have had so far. In fact, I have never been a fan of chocolate cream pie, until I came across this recipe. As a bonus, it is easy to make too! The filling makes a rich chocolate pudding. This pudding is so yummy that it is very hard to resist. I'm sure you will love this pie!
The whipped cream topping is a great compliment to the rich chocolate filling. I really like this topping because all you taste is the sweetened whipped cream and not the cream cheese. This topping will hold for days. It will not turn into a liquid mess like a typical whipped cream topping. I love it! You can present your beautiful pie with additional chocolate shavings, sprinkled on top of the whipped topping to dress it up a little. I think I'm in love with a pie....