In Cricket's recipe hint she mentioned making hamburgers in a press; what is this like? I do enjoy Thrifty fun. It helps to show that we sometimes do things differently, but basically we are the same the world over.
By Jean from Maffra Gippsland, Australia
A hamburger press is an apparatus that presses uncooked ground meat into a pattie. Your patties will be exactly the same thickness and the same diameter.
A hamburger press is a round kind of a container, only you don't store things in it. It is no more than an inch tall and the size is about the size of a hamburger patty. You put some raw hamburger in it and put another flat piece on top and use that to flatten the hamburger into a patty shape.
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