I mixed this up early in the morning with all ingredients as listed, even tho' I lied to Hubs and told him I would honor his request not to include the Parmesan. (As an Italian who pretty much uses Parmesan cheese like salt and pepper, I've been lying like that to him for years. He's never noticed, unless he's lying to me too) After spending much of Memorial Day (my birthday) planting our garden and preparing to head out of town early the next morning, I finally sat down to enjoy My Favorite Chocolate Martini and didn't notice that when it came time for Hubs to grill the burgers he had forgotten to wrap them in bacon. And then he overcooked them to boot. But guess what - in spite of omitting a key ingredient, BACON of all things, and in spite of a rare instance where he did not grill something perfectly, these burgers were perfectly delicious! Even more evidence to support that was that my "keep the beef pure and simple with just salt and pepper" hubby thought they were pretty "D" good too! WITH the egg, which he opposed. And WITH the Parmesan, which he was clueless about. I'm thinking the Worcestershire sauce had a lot to do with that. I am looking forward to trying these again, with the bacon and cooked to a perfect medium-well. And when I do, I'll again follow the ingredients list exactly. (By the way, I had mine with a Sriracha mayonnaise I ordered online. Awesome good)
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I mixed this up early in the morning with all ingredients as listed, even tho' I lied to Hubs...