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Someone Stole $100K of Hamburger Patties

Someone Stole $100K of Hamburger Patties

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Hamburglar wanted for questioning


Expensive jewelry or fat stacks of cash make tempting thief-bait, but lately criminals seem to be setting their sights on edible targets. Between the man who drank $100K of his employer's whiskey, the millions in stolen maple syrup, and the recent theft of five and a half tons of Nutella, it seems no one's food stores are safe. Just this week someone managed to steak more than $100,000 of hamburger patties.

"The hamburger heist went down at BMG Logistics in Linden, N.J., where thieves hauled the container out by truck and headed for the most epic backyard barbecue the Garden State has ever seen," Gothamist reported.

The 40-foot container held 3,000 containers of hamburger patties that were worth $100,000 and were meant to be shipped to the Netherlands, where they were supposed to be distributed to Hilton hotels.

Police are still pursuing suspects in the hamburglary, so the thieves will have to quickly fence their stolen meat. If you find yourself getting a "too good to be true" deal on some bargain burgers that "fell off the back of a truck," check out our best hamburger recipes for some interesting preparation ideas.

The Truth About How Many Burgers McDonald's Has Sold

Those words from Ray Kroc ring shockingly true when you take a moment to think about just how popular McDonald's is around the world. McDonald's may not be picking up a ton of accolades for having the best burger in the world, but they certainly make up for it with quantity. You don't see any other fast food restaurants bragging about selling a billion burgers on their signs. Those burger stats have been part of McDonald's identity for decades though — even if those numbers have remained rather stagnant for some time (but we'll get to that later).

Just how many millions and billions of hamburgers has McDonald's sold over the years? Obviously, it's a lot, but let's get down to the nitty gritty with the numbers of this global burger machine. From how many burgers are sold a second, to how McDonald's moves its product so quickly, and who came up with the burger count on the sign idea, here's everything you ever wanted to know about the Golden Arches and their burger boasting.

Recipes Using Frozen Hamburger Patties:

Most of these recipes using premade beef patties are super fast and easy AND I usually make them when I am in a hurry and want to get something on the table quick…therefore, forgetting to take pictures!

Before you go any further…be sure and grab your Free Mini Cookbook of Simple & Delicious Homemade Ground Beef Recipes !

This Mini Cookbook has more than JUST Frozen Hamburger recipes….grab yours!

Ok so By the way, YES you can use Turkey Burgers or Veggie Burgers with any of these recipes!

One way that I save TONS of money is by buying meat in bulk and then making my own hamburger patties to freeze for later!

These multi burger makers make it sooo easy too! Love em!

recipes using burger patties

Pizza Burgers with Frozen Hamburger Patties

These pizza burgers are crunchy on the outside and oh so tender on the inside. They are super easy to make, made from frozen burgers! If you love pizza and love burgers and cheese…you will definitely want to try these! YUM!

Crockpot Salisbury Steak with Frozen Hamburger Patties

You will LOVE this super easy Crockpot Salisbury Steak meal! It only has 4 ingredients and trust me…It is SO delish and moist!

Mashed Potato Burger Stacks with Frozen Hamburger Patties

Ok can I just say this is one of our family faves and truly, they are made in 15 minutes!! You gotta try these Mashed Potato Burger Stacks!

Cheesy Sloppy Joe Casserole

Cheesy Sloppy Joe Casserole with Frozen Hamburger Patties

This Cheesy Sloppy Joe Casserole is a super easy Hamburger Patty Casserole, made with only 4 ingredients and the kids just love it! If you ever wondered just what else you could make with frozen hamburger patties…well this should be on the list!

Salisbury Steak with Frozen Hamburger Patties

I’ll show you how to make Salisbury Steak made with frozen hamburger patties and they can’t be beat for easy, hearty and ooh so deelish! Add Sauteed’ Mushrooms and WOW!

Cheesy Sauce Burgers with Frozen Hamburger Patties

These cheesy sauce sauce burgers are also made in the oven with frozen hamburger only a few ingredients!


So there is actually a silly story behind cooking my burgers in the oven. It’s become one of my favorite ways to cook! See how I do it without making a mess!

Homemade Hamburger Patties and How to Freeze for Later

This is a tutorial on how I make up my own Hamburger patties and save tons of money! If you’ve not done it…You definitely need to! See the easy way I quickly do up a bunch!

Did you know that you can PRE COOK your burgers and then freeze for later? YES you can. See how I get er done to make life easier for you AND your family!

How to make a foil packet dinner

This recipe is incredibly easy to prep! Make the patties, slice the vegetables, assemble the foil packets – and dinner is almost done!

Tools for a delicious homemade hamburgers

Pyrex Glass bowls – these are my favorite mixing bowls for any ground meat. These bowls clean up perfectly so you don’t need to worry about any meat juice hanging around…ewwww. You can get a set of 3 bowls for under $13.

Medium cookie scoop – this is to get the same size burgers each time. I like this one by OXO.

Grill tools – if you’re going to make hamburgers on a grill then you need grill tools – at the very least a grill spatula. But I recommend getting a grill set. This set is under $20 and has great reviews on Amazon.

Grill meat thermometer – if you’re unsure about meat temperature then getting a grill meat thermometer will be very helpful. This one is under $19 and has great reviews on Amazon.

Grill pan – Unfortunately, grilling isn’t year round – at least, not here in Buffalo, NY. Having a grill pan is the next best thing. Everything you make on the grill can be made on a grill pan. I love this Lodge Cast Iron grill pan.

Amish Country Poor Man’s Hamburger Steaks

Cooking hamburger steaks can be a fast and simple way to serve your family a tasty meal. However, it&rsquos not always easy to cook them perfectly.

Amish Country Poor Man&rsquos Hamburger Steaks

Sometimes they can overcook and become dry, or be undercooked and too pink on the inside.

Cooking hamburger steaks in the oven takes care of that problem. They always come out perfectly cooked.

This recipe is also a great alternative to the usual bread and patty hamburger. It is also called &ldquopoor man&rsquos steak&rdquo, although it lacks nothing in the flavor department.

Making hamburger steaks with cream of mushroom soup gives them a delicious and earthy flavor that everyone will love.

How To Make Hamburger Steaks And Gravy In The Oven?

  1. preheat oven to 350F
  2. Make the gravy and set it aside. In a medium-sized bowl, combine cream of mushroom soup, milk, and parsley until well blended.
  3. To make the hamburgers, combine ground beef, crushed saltines, milk, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne, and salt and pepper to taste
  4. Using your hands, or a fork, mix all ingredients together, divide into 6-8 portions and make patties
  5. Dredge each patty in flour to coat all sides lightly.
  6. In a cast-iron skillet that has been lightly oiled, brown patties on both sides. This will add tons of flavor
  7. Once patties are browned, pour prepared gravy on top of them
  8. Cover skillet with aluminum foil and bake for 35 minutes

What To Put In Hamburger Steaks?

If you want to up the flavor of your hamburgers a notch, you can add chopped jalapeno peppers, chopped tomatoes, onions, or even bell peppers to the meat mixture.

I would even use a bit of Parmesan cheese on top and let it melt for a bit in the oven.

How to cook hamburger steak in the oven?

If you don&rsquot have a cast-iron skillet, you can brown your hamburger patties in a nonstick skillet, transfer them to a casserole or baking dish, pour your gravy on top, cover the dish with foil and bake the same amount of time.

I just find that doing it all in the cast iron skillet not only saves me time but gives me fewer dishes to wash.

What sides go with hamburger steaks?

I like to serve my steaks with a side of rice, so I can mix it with all the delicious gravy.

I also like to serve it with steamed veggies to make a complete and full meal. You could also do it with a side salad and some butter pan-fried potatoes.

Chicken Burger With Sun-Dried Tomato Aioli

Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

We've gone ahead and helped you out by reinventing the chicken burger, using a lean grind of meat and a hugely flavorful—but surprisingly low-calorie—spiked mayo to deliver on the promise of a truly healthy burger you can happily indulge in.

The Importance Of Baking Frozen Hamburgers Thoroughly

As with any type of meat, the hamburgers must be baked thoroughly before consuming them.

If the hamburger patties are not cooked correctly, you increase your chances of developing food poisoning and other unpleasant illnesses, such as salmonella and E. coli.

Ground meat must be cooked thoroughly.

Unlike with steaks where bacteria only grow on the surface of the beef, bacteria are spread throughout ground beef.

This means that all of the meat needs to be completely cooked to eliminate any foodborne illnesses and to kill the bacteria completely.

Unlike steak, hamburgers should never be pink or red in the center.

Tamarind Glazed Oxtails with Josh Ozersky (The Cecil)

Josh Ozersky ate at The Cecil for the first time on a whim. He and some buddies came in for a cocktail as they were on their way to another restaurant, but they wound up sitting and ordering—there were three of them, and they ordered so much food. I remember my runner coming up to me in the kitchen and saying, “Hey, this guy just picked the oxtail dumpling up with his hands and opened it up.” My director of operations walked through the dining room and said, “I think that’s Josh Ozersky.” He asked to meet me.

We sat down and talked, and he said to me, “Hey, this was a really, really good meal. I’m going to be picking the top restaurants of the year for Esquire. You’re on my list, but I’ll be back, and if it’s not this good or better, I’m taking you off the list.” I was like, 𠇊lright, bet! No problem. It’s not going to get any worse than this, and I hope it gets better.”

Last year, he asked me to be in Meatopia. I said I wanted to do goat, and he said, “No problem.” Then three weeks before the festival, he told me someone else was doing goat, and says “You can do oxtails! You do those oxtail dumplings you could be the man of the oxtail.” We did a tamarind barbecue sauce and braised the oxtails, then grilled them to get super caramelized. The dish won, and people would come to the restaurant asking for these oxtails, so we decided to put them on the menu.

Josh Ozersky was really a friend and mentor, and I respect him for all the work he did, for all the chefs that nobody wanted to write about that he wrote about. He dug deep. It was just amazing that a guy like that would write about me. (Photo courtesy The Cecil/Lindsay Talley)

Story Patties Size And Another Fact

Along with the patty’s size, we must also tell something interesting. Food research indicates that the hamburger, as we know it today, is a direct descendant of one need: to conserve meat. In the old days, when no one dreamed of fast food, mincing and seasoning was a way of preserving meat for long distances when travelling.

The hamburger sandwich, a product of German-American cuisine, only took shape in the twentieth century, when the first chains of hamburger eateries emerged, later imitated by almost everyone. From the White Castle system established in 1964 to the revolution of the Burger King and Mc Donald’s food companies, the hamburger sandwich has established itself as an American invention. And fast food symbol.

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