Grilled Burgers with Shoestring Fries

Dinner last night was grilled burgers with Shoestring fries.  
Usually I handcut fries but last night I wanted shoestring fries so I got out the Mandoline.   
 I have great respect , or maybe I should say “fear” for the  mandoline.  
I don’t use my mandoline very often.  
I have never cut myself using the Mandoline, but I know so many that have done some major finger damage so when I do use it I am extremely careful.
The burgers were made from lean grounded beef and simply seasoned with just salt, pepper, fresh garlic and a little olive oil.  Lean ground beef can be a little dry so I
 always rub olive oil on my hands when I am shaping the burgers. This adds just enough fat back into the meat to ensure a juicy burger.
 Topped with locally grown Heirloom tomatoes, onions, dill pickle and lettuce.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Yip, I have had a run in with a mandoline and it won 😦 The burger looks awesome and kudos for toasting the bun, I just cant eat a burger without a toasted bun! Did you bake the fries or fry them? They look very good.Thanks for sharing..

  2. what a gorgeous blog! i wish my husband ate meat…

  3. YIKES! I didn't know I could make shoe string fries with my dusty mandoline! Yipee!

  4. This dinner would surely please everybody in my family. Delicious!

  5. Pondside says:

    It's the perfect summer supper.Like you, I have a healthy respect for the mandolin – my husband badly cut his finger tips using one.

  6. Gloria says:

    Oh, how I wish I had that RIGHT NOW to eat! Looks delicious.Best,Gloria

  7. This looks and sounds lovely!xx

  8. I've been meaning to purchase a mandoline. Shoestring fries look so yummy.

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