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It's National Burger Day! May 28th! Free Burgers!

 
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It is National Burger Day!




Here are some links for free burgers!

https://www.delish.com/food-news/g32689023/national-burger-day-2020-food-deals/

https://www.today.com/food/when-national-burger-day-these-are-best-national-burger-day


If you can't get out to get some of those free burger ... heat up the grill and make them at home.  We are!






 
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Who knew?! It's funny because I actually made burgers for lunch!

There's pastured organic beef available from Turner Farms here in Missoula and it was their delicious ground beef that I used. No pictures though.

Great thread, Anne!

Edited to add that this happened one year at wheaton labs:

Sam Barber wrote:Here is the hamburger that we made for dinner. There were several birthdays this week so we decided it would awesome to have a celebratory hamburger. It contained 8lbs of burger, 6lbs of Bun, 4lbs of bacon total weight of 18lbs. The whole thing was made from scratch by our awesome kitchen commander Oliver.









I think that was the year that we had a couple sides of beef and ALL of it was turned in to ground because it wasn't hung/aged.

 
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