Home Cooked: Angus Burger -lesson learned on accepting variety
JAMS Food & Co. makes available delicious Angus beef products in Manila. We were lucky enough to have tried their Angus tapa, and realizing how good they were, we were excited to give their burgers a try.
grilled with with white onions on hubby’s favorite iron cast grill, preparing was such a cinch!
After thawing the burger patties overnight in the refrigerator, evenly season with salt and pepper on both sides. Other seasonings and spices such as paprika, cayenne pepper, lea & perrins, or BBQ sauce, can be added as well…but we like ours plain.
Cook either over an open flame or stove top -make sure the grill or pan is hot, clean and oiled before placing the seasoned burger patties on medium heat. Cook for 3-4 minutes on each side. Make sure you DO NOT press down on the patties and only flip the patty ONCE.
While hubby was grilling, i was preparing the buns and sides.
I like doing things a certain way and deviations from tried and tested methods are usually unwelcome…I like knowing what I’m getting and i don’t like relying on flukes
Unfortunately, life has propelled me to groups of people who have the same principles and demeanor as i do. Only recently have i had the experience of having to deal with deviations, and boy has it been a steep learning curve I’ve had to crawl my way through
patience…a valuable lesson learned on accepting variety….now getting back to our burgers…
It didn’t take long before the wonderful smell of grilled Angus beef filled the kitchen
Hubby is not fond of sweet pickles and had slices of jalapenos on his burger creation instead
The angus beef burger was just perfect!
The grilled taste of the patty giving way to soft juicy ground Angus…
So you see, just because the things you want are not available, does not mean the end product will not be as great…and just because people don’t do things in the manner you do them does not mean the end of the world, they probably just don’t know any better…well, most of the time at least…
…life is full of varieties and personalities and the earlier you accept that, the earlier you will stop fussing about the details and start enjoying the big picture!