Last evening was another quiet evening (food wise) so Di decided to make a item that is very rarely encountered in the Johnson kitchen–hamburgers!
She decided to use the mince that we had purchased at the Fremantle Markets and it was therefore the logical choice for reasons of taste, ease and experiment. The taste and erase are obvious but the experiment is a little unlikely. I use that word because we thought the mince was excellent based on the quality of their other products but we could not be sure hence the “experiment”. As it turned out we were again rewarded by excellent quality and the burger tasted wonderful. She used a Turkish bread roll that was in the fridge and because it was soft it tasted better than a burger roll (which we did not have and did not want to leave the house to buy.)
For me the only thing missing was a piece of cheese but the strong amber Polish porter called Zywiec which, because both of us like strong ale type beer, will become a regular if a beer is called for as part of the meal.