Greg and I left right after work on Friday evening for a weekend adventure in Atlanta. Besides the airport and driving through on my way other places, this has actually been my very first time visiting the city. We were mostly coming for one of Greg’s client’s wedding, but it also gave us a good reason to visit other friends and explore.
Sesame Burgers and Beer opened their third location in Charleston a few weeks ago. This most recent addition in Mt. Pleasant made it much more convenient for me to finally try it out. Greg and I went for dinner last Friday night and I immediately knew we would be frequent customers.
That’s not to say the experience was flawless, but it was good enough to bring us back again last night with Greg’s family who is in town for the weekend.
Let’s start with last week’s visit first.
I know I told you about my abundance of kitchen appliances already, so I won’t go on about it again. I had to bring it up though because one of these new appliances is a George Foreman Grill that Greg got me for my birthday. We put it to the test last night with venison, something else we happen to have an abundance of.
Even though we have had the most mild winter ever and grilling outside is not completely out of the question, I am so excited about being able to cook some delicious juicy burgers while staying inside.
After a few quick minutes, our burgers were off the grill and ready to be topped! Cheese, onion and bacon for me. I could almost taste summertime.
The burgers were excelente! Deer meat is extra lean too, so there was no need to feel guilty for adding that cheese and bacon and savoring every last bite.
Oh, and finally, I have to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JULIA, Greg’s mom. I know you’re reading 🙂 and I hope you have a great day!!
1 1/2 pounds ground venison