Recipe for an Awesome Paralegal Patty
West Virginia paralegal Lesley Weigel’s hamburger patty recipe is so good, she simply calls it “The Oh-My-Goodness! Burger.”
The recipe calls for adding minced onion and finely diced bacon and a mixture of barbecue sauce and mayonnaise to the meat before it’s shaped into patties. A little bit of the sauce is reserved to put on the buns. A slice of Swiss cheese melted over each burger at the last minute creates a flavor that makes this meal distinctive.
Oh. My. Goodness.
Skip the Register-Herald article in its entirety if mouth-watering descriptions of Weigel’s tips for making home-made fries, marinated slaw, corn salad and “make-ahead blueberry pie” might make you drool on your keyboard.
The recipe for these delicious burgers isn’t a long held family secret – it’s right there in the article
. Weigel also shares her recipes for onion dip, peanut butter chocolate cheesecake pie, ginger-garlic buffalo chicken wings, her husband’s favorite deviled eggs, baked Reuben slices and crock pot ribs in “Touchdown treats.”
She’s a fan of the crock pot, just like Practical Paralegalism is. Practical Paralegalism is also a fool for a good deviled egg with pickle relish and can’t wait to try the recipe.