Ground Hamburg and Cheese Grinders Recipe #recipe #foodie

The other day I wanted to find something to do with the pound of hamburg I had thawed out in the fridge, normally one would think of cheeseburgers or maybe making a form of chop suey (I call it goulash) out of it … but I wanted something different and I was craving a steak and cheese grinder …. that is when this recipe idea came to me and it was a HUGE hit in my house with the kiddos {well the 2 kiddos that actually TRY new foods} ….

Cheap Steak n Cheese Grinder RecipeIngredients:

  • 1 lb ground hamburg
  • Frying pan or skillet
  • Garlic Powder {teaspoon or so for flavor}
  • Shredded cheese {any kind you prefer will do}
  • Sandwich rolls or Grinder Rolls
  • Optional additions; other seasonings and/or chopped onions.

Make Your Ground Hamburg and Cheese Grinder

Ground the one pound of hamburg in a skillet or frying pan on stove over low heat. Make sure the meat is browned all of the way, no pink meat.

As the meat browns, sprinkle about a teaspoon of garlic powder {or other seasonings} to add flavor to your meat.

Drain the browned ground hamburg.  Keep brown hamburg in pan.

Sprinkle about 1/2 cup of shredded cheese on top of the browned hamburg while in the skillet or frying pan. Cover or simply let sit on hot burner of stove until cheese is melted.

Prepare the grinder or sandwich rolls, use a spatula to place meat into each roll in an even fashion. Add ketchup or mustard, whatever condiments you wish.

Serve with fries, chips, or a salad.

Servings: Approximately 6 sandwich rolls.

Repair Cookware Made from Cast Iron with Welding Tools

Repairing cast iron with welding is difficult in itself, more so when the object to be repaired is valuable cast iron cookware. Thankfully, there are special solder rods and techniques you can use to make repairing cast iron cookware easier.

Cast iron cookware has a long history. They were particularly treasured in many homes during the early twentieth century. Even today, cast iron stands out from other materials used for cookware. With proper care and maintenance, pots and pans made from the urable material can last for a long time.

Cookware made from cast iron is also versatile. They can withstand high temperatures and can be used on an open fire as well as in a hearth or oven. The metal also distributes heat evenly and adds texture and flavor to the food.

It also provides users several health benefits. Trace amounts of iron
can be mixed in the food by using cast iron pots and pans, making it ideal for those with iron deficiencies. In a country where 60% to 70% of the population lack iron in their diet, the special characteristics of cast iron cookware can help many families meet their recommended daily dose of the nutrient.

Because of their value and the benefits they provide, it’s important to repair cast iron cookware when it cracks or breaks. Cast iron repair, however, is complicated due to the temperamental nature of the metal. Welds frequently crack again no matter how slowly and carefully the metal is cooled. Fortunately advances in welding tools, especially in the soldering rods, significantly reduce this behavior.

To repair cast iron cookware using welding tools, first heat it with
the torch until it turns a dull red, then apply the flux.  When the flux flows out, administer the rod with an oxyacetylene torch until the solder flows out flat.  A good soldering rod for torch welders is cadmium-free, food grade SSF-6 Silver Solder from Muggy Weld.
Next, grind or sand the weld to smoothen the area. Finally, let it cool and remove any residual flux. Remember to season
repaired pots and pans before use.

 

This is a guest post by Jane Wilkins

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