This is a favorite burger of my family and anyone that we happens to be at dinner.
Recipe Summary: Difficulty: Medium Prep Time: 25 Minutes Cook Time: 20 MinutesYield: 6 Servings
Since leaving my job almost a year ago to stay at home with my two daughters, I've been able to indulge my love of cooking.
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