Sustainable summer recipe: No Bull Burger
Stop by Charlottesville's City Market and pick up this simple and tasty staple.
Fri, Jul 01, 2011 at 12:10 PM
The No Bull Burger
has become a favorite summer recipe for my friends because of its simplicity and taste. This veggie burger is an easy way for ova-tarians to enjoy a delicious and relatively cheap meal that takes less than minutes to prepare, with just four ingredients. This summer special is ideal for any meal and meant to be eaten outside with the historic Monticello Reserve beer. Culture ... local ... history ... taste ... what is there not to like?
No Bull Burger
Prep time: 15 minutes
Yield: 1 burger per person
- Locally-made "No Bull Burger" (which we found at the City Market on Saturday mornings)
- Wheat burger buns
- Starr Hill Brewery's Monticello Reserve (found at Beer Run, Whole Foods, Visitors Center at Monticello and at Starr Hill Brewery)
Cook the No Bull Burgers on a skillet for 8-10 minutes before placing them on wheat buns with lettuce and tomato. Finally, enjoy your meal with a Monticello Reserve beer from Starr Hill.
Did you know?
Monticello Reserve uses the same recipe that many brewers did back in Thomas Jefferson's time and was inspired by the recipe that was used at Monticello when Thomas Jefferson lived there.
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