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Shape sausage into four balls, then flatten like a hamburger patty.
Do a quick sketch of the main parts of a hamburger on the board: a bun, a hamburger patty, lettuce, and a tomato slice.
The dish that brought lines of people out in Brooklyn, New York, in 2013 consists of a hamburger patty placed in between two discs of compressed ramen noodles rather than the traditional bread bun.
Like most Americans, I eat meat, but it's worth thinking hard about the inefficiency in that hamburger patty and the small lake that has dried up to make it possible.
When Harry Holly invented the first hamburger patty former in Chicago in 1937, he had no idea the footprint his company would make in the grocery, fast food, food processing and foodservice industries.
Passengers will be served warm buns and a hamburger patty wrapped in a special burger wrap, three kinds of vegetables (lettuce, tomato, sliced onion) and original carrot sauce so that they can arrange and make their own hamburger.
Actually forming the lab-made meat into a hamburger patty takes about two hours because scientists must put many separate strands together.
In the study, a serving of red meat was defined as four to six ounces of beef or a hamburger patty.
For comparison, an 18-wheeler diesel-engine truck would have to drive 143 miles on the freeway to put out the same mass of particles as a single charbroiled hamburger patty," he said.
Unlike traditional bulk product x-ray systems, the InspireX R4OLF-800 System is uniquely designed to inspect formed food products for quality parameters such as the roundness of a hamburger patty and indentations caused by defective forming.
The researchers considered a serving of red meat as a hamburger patty or four to six ounces of beef.
What to order The no-holds-barred Cheesus ($8)--a hamburger patty wedged between two grilled cheeses.