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  1. #1 All red meat is not created equal -- Yes, it can be part of a heart healthy diet 
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    They change their minds weekly if they suddenly found the truth about diet they would all be out of work.
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    My mom always made burgers with ground chuck and drained the grease off as she cooked them. She said that ground round was too expensive and regular hamburger had way too much fat in it. Red meat in and of itself is not a health risk, it's all in how you prepare it and how you balance your overall diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    My mom always made burgers with ground chuck and drained the grease off as she cooked them. She said that ground round was too expensive and regular hamburger had way too much fat in it. Red meat in and of itself is not a health risk, it's all in how you prepare it and how you balance your overall diet.
    To maintain balance I always have two burgers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    To maintain balance I always have two burgers.
    You would have loved my grandma's burgers. She mixed ground pork and beef, with some sour cream and chopped onions. She would then mix ketchup and sour cream to make sauce for them. She'd serve them with either corn on the cob in the summer or diced potatoes, deep-fried in lard.

    Yes, she was of British descent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    You would have loved my grandma's burgers. She mixed ground pork and beef, with some sour cream and chopped onions. She would then mix ketchup and sour cream to make sauce for them. She'd serve them with either corn on the cob in the summer or diced potatoes, deep-fried in lard.

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    You had me up to the part about lard. Saute' in butter and it would be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SVPete View Post
    You had me up to the part about lard. Saute' in butter and it would be great.
    I agree, but my Grandma cooked like the Two Fat Ladies, if you remember that cooking show.

    Her prime rib was truly amazing. She basted it in butter. My sister makes it the same way, now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    You would have loved my grandma's burgers. She mixed ground pork and beef, with some sour cream and chopped onions. She would then mix ketchup and sour cream to make sauce for them. She'd serve them with either corn on the cob in the summer or diced potatoes, deep-fried in lard.

    Yes, she was of British descent.
    SR makes burgers with a mix of lean ground beef, ground pork and ground turkey or chicken, mixed with some Panko bread crumbs. They're delicious. We'll have to try to add chopped onions and maybe a little sour cream, sounds interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SVPete View Post
    You had me up to the part about lard. Saute' in butter and it would be great.
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