We tried local grass feed beef steak burgers for the first time, they were amazing! We met Richard Piper of Piper Ranch Beef at a Farmer's Market in Scarborough, Maine last week, bought the beef and took the steak burgers home to Massachusetts. When you have a moment check out Richard's link. I hear Richard is going to be at the Sunday farmers market in So. Portland, so we'll be able to splurge on delicious steak burgers throughout the winter!
So, I was "home alone" because my husband had to make a special trip to Maine to close the crawl space - we were supposed to be getting a snow storm - in October! So to be safe he and Duke (our dog) made the trip. I had to work, so I didn't go.
For dinner I grilled a steak burger, toasted an "everything" bagel, grilled sweet onion, and mushrooms, then topped it off with a slice of gorgonzola cheese and some ketchup. It was probably the best burger I've ever tasted!
For my beverage, I had a glass of Cupcake Malbec. If you enjoy red wine, you'll love this smooth Argentine red. It's become my favorite! It also goes well with burgers!
In case you're wondering, we did get that snow storm Thursday evening, it was minor. Then this past Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning we were slammed with a Nor'Easter! It dropped 6-8 inches of snow in my town, some areas received 24 inches of snow! There was no Trick-O-Treating! Our town looks like a war zone! We were fortunate, we only went without power for 31 hrs. All my siblings are running generators or wood stoves, except one, she has heat! Most of my town is still without power - it's going to be at least another 3 days for them!