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Penny's Pomme Burger

Hello, My name is Penny and I would love to share my recipe for a chance to fly to California and win the grand prize. I am a Sutter Home fan. I'll have to admit I've never tried any of your various wines except for the White Zindandel. It's my favorite and I've been drinking it since I was old enough to drink wine...I'm now 44. The story behind Penny's Pomme (French for apple) Burger is as follows. My son has been playing baseball for 11 years now (little leagues, travel ball and now high school). Because, I have practically lived in a baseball concession stand making burgers, I got alittle tired of the same old boring, tough burgers so I started experimenting. My daughter had one of her snack pack size of applesauce and said, why don't you try this. I started laughing, but said OK and the rest is history...!!!


1 lb ground beef
1/4 cup sweetened applesauce
2 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
2 Tablespoons Italian Dressing
1 teaspoon Taragon
1 teaspoon lemon pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon of garlic salt
Cheese (American, Chedder, Meunster, or Swiss)
Buns (Sesame or plain)


Using your hands, mix together in a bowl all of the following ingredients (1 lb ground beef,1/4 cup sweetened applesauce,2 Tablespoons Worshchester Sauce, 2 Tablespoons Italian Dressing, 1 teaspoon Taragon, 1 teaspoon lemon pepper, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon of garlic salt). Form into 4" round, patties. Ready to cook on the grill...!!! Best if cooked Medium. Add your favorite cheese to burger as it comes off the grill and put it on a bun with your favorite condiments. Recipe will make 4 to 6 burgers depending on the thickness of burger. SERVE WITH YOUR FAVORITE SUTTER HOME WINE!!!


These burgers are the moistest burgers you'll ever eat. They're even moist the next day...that is, if you have any left over.