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It all started out in college when I was tired of betting burnt hamburgers that I'd take from the buffet line. I'd grimace at the barely-edible chunk'o'puck and I'd think to myself, "man, even I can do better." So, I decided to use our floors George Foreman grill.
I found a good recipe for a hamburger that I'd like to share, in hopes that maybe you will share things you enjoy cooking.
I'd buy like, a pound of 80% lean ground beef and plop a good chunk of it into a Tupperware tray. I'd add onion flakes, soy sauce, and Worcester sauce to it and really mix it in. Then I form it into a ball and slap it down on the counter (which I cleaned), and form a hamburger patty. Sometimes I'd make two and pepper jack cheese on top of one and then enclose that cheese with the second patty. It's a meat and cheese sandwich, only in this case the "bread" is the two patties.
Then I'd cook it on the grill until it was pinkish on the inside (I didn't know about cutting a hole on the top of it makes it grill faster, I just made it so I could see how it was going) for about six or seven minutes, put it on a bun, and put on some lettuce and sliced tomatoes.