My 3 year-old daughter gobbled up the burger, my 6-year-old son engulfed the potatoes, and I ate it all, but my husband quietly left his plate full. Here's why: this meal has an Old World taste. Like Old World America circa 1950, which is Old World Poland, Russia, or Germany. It isn't really very flavorful. For me, this was a throwback to my dear late grandmother's cooking, and even the smell brought back a memory of her. But, my grandmother fed me infrequently, while my husband's mother fed him mild food like this every day...and he now craves foods with gusto, flavor & punch! This does not have any of that. It is rather...um...I'm trying to put it politely, but let me say, it's simple. Although I had a nostalgic YUM moment, I cannot see making it again. AND, yes, I did flavor the meat with a dry onion soup mix first, and was plenty generous with the garlic salt, black pepper & sea salt. But, it still dropped flat.
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My 3 year-old daughter gobbled up the burger, my 6-year-old son engulfed the potatoes, and I...