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Gem Dandy Burger with Feta Infused Spread and Fresh Vegetable Confetti

As the wife and daughter of an angus producer, I am incredibly particular about my beef. . especially hamburger. I have smarrled my nose on more than one occassion when presented a burger which did not meet 'Gem Dandy'standards. This receipe's name was inspired by the Grater of Diamonds State Park, located in Murfesboro, Arkansas; my home state. The products used are native-specifically All-Purpose Greek Seasoning of Harrison; Warren tomatoes; and Cave City watermelon. Enjoy this fresh and festive burger. . it may be your diamond in the rough!!!


1 pound beef (ground chuck is preferred)
1/4 c. minced onion
3 Tbls all purpose greek seasoning
1 1/2 Tbls finely processed bread crumbs
1/3 c. sour cream
2 teas. prepared horseradish
2 teas. capers
1/3 c. crumbled Feta cheese
salt/pepper to taste
1 small purple onion
1 yellow pepper
1 jalepeno pepper
1 small tomato
1/4 c. fresh mint
1/4 c. lime juice
1/2 c. chopped watermelon


BURGER Mix together careful not to overwork, 1/4 c minced onion, greek seasoning, and finely processed bread crumbs with 1 pound of beef product. Form into even size patties. This mixture should make approximately 6 patties. Cook until medium-well ( approximately 6-8 minutes per side). SPREAD For spread, mix together listed ingredients. I prefer Daisy Brand sour cream! Spread evenly on slightly toasted buns (top and bottom) VEGETABLE CONFETTI Carefully chop 1 small purple onion, 1 yellow pepper, 1 small tomato, and 1 jalepeno seeded. Add 1/4 c. finely chopped fresh mint, 1/4 c. fresh lime juice and 1/2 c. chopped and seeded watermelon. Mix together well. To plate, place burger on lightly toasted bun with spread on top and bottom. Add dollop of vegetable confetti.


This receipe is fresh and fantastic. As a busy working mom it is perfect for my family. Plus, being a proud beef producer and flag waving Arkansas, I enjoy showcasing home grown products!!!