There are some fine burgers in town. Sunshine Tavern, Roost, Pause, Tasty, Victory and many many others.  Tonight I made burgers for dinner. A la Roost, I marinated the burger in Worcestershire sauce. It is not overwhelming, just makes for great flavor and caramelization. I cooked the burgers in a hot skillet, and stuffed them with some aged Gouda cheese and sautéed shallots. The buns were Franz with sesame seeds, very fresh, and just perfect. I like the taste and texture of a crusty roll, but don’t like the burger falling apart and becoming a mess.  Some other stuffings are: onions and mushrooms sautéed and mixed with cream cheese, goat cheese and scallion and Cheddar and bacon.  Olivia likes hers with lettuce and tomato. Nothing for me but the burger.


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