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Deer burgers

Postby campcook » Sun Mar 10, 2013 8:57 pm

I use to grind bacon with my burger meat so my burgers wouldn't dry out while cooking. Kraft has come out with some cheese breading for different types up meat and there's one for burger meat that you just mix in with your ground meat. The cheese melts inside your bugers as it's good. I know Mark pictures don't stay on plate long enough ta take one. Package says can also be used for meatloaf. Bon appetit Alex
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Re: Deer burgers

Postby Greywolf » Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:46 pm

Can you give more details on which Kraft product?

I would do the picture thing , but I'll ask first LOL
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Re: Deer burgers

Postby campcook » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:06 am

Mark it usually in the cheese section of the store they have four or five varieties some for chicken, pork, or fish, and one thats for burgers. THe burger one mixes in the meat but the others are kind of like shake in bake. They are good to haven't tried them on fish but on chicken and pork chops they were really good. Good luck.Wal mart even carries it over here. Alex
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Re: Deer burgers

Postby campcook » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:10 pm

Okay Mark they are called Fresh Take cheese and breading. The one for burgers is savory Four cheese. I make little sliders for some home made rye bread some don't make it to the table they just disappear. Alex
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