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    Another AMAZING burger from the Food & Wine website. I think this is the best burger we have ever had. I changed the recipe very slightly. The biggest diference is that the meat went from 2 lbs to 1.5 lbs

    Recipe #480838

    I got this burger from Food & Wine. I was making it for the boys as I am not a huge fan of sausage. It was AMAZING! Don't leave out the anchovy paste. I used all mild sausage; next time I think I will do half and half.

    Recipe #480837

    Another good one from Food and Wine. I made this as part of a party menu and it was very popular. I suggested this to my favorite local restaurant, and they made it a special. F & W reccomended a Sauvignon Blanc to go with it.

    Recipe #473425

    This is one of those recipes that words fail. It is a combination of several recipes I have tried for these iconic Vietnamese sandwiches. The mayo needs to be spread thick but go light on the meat. If you want to tone down the heat on the jalapenos, take out the seeds and ribs. I have to restrain myself from making it too often. One note of caution, the slaw does not smell good when it is pickling

    Recipe #473296

    I got this recipe from an issue of Food & Wine. It is fast, easy and all the ingredients can be kept on hand for a long time. The exception is the parsley. It is one of our all time favorites.

    Recipe #473245

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