Sunday’s festivities consisted of making some Kobe Beef Burgers! I must say Tony’s Meat Market is my one of my FAVORITE places besides the mall! After, deciding it was a Kobe beef day we were on a mission to get to Tony’s to buy some of the freshest meat and veggies in town. I bought heirloom tomatoes & mozzarella, kobe burgers & brioche buns, and asparagus & prosciutto! The grill was good on propane (although I prefer a wood burning grill) so only thing left to do was to let the grilling sunday funday festivities begin! I seasoned the burgers with some Elway’s seasoning (as in John Elways famous restaurant Elway’s seasoning), garlic powder, and pepper and on the grill they went. I pre-heated the oven to 450 degrees and began to wrap my asparagus in prosciutto. I placed them on a lined baking sheet and drizzled with olive oil lightly coating the asparagus and popped into the oven. No seasoning is required. Bake for 7 minutes and flip with tongs (the prosciutto will be nice and crunchy on the bottom side) and cook for another 5 to 7 minutes (until desired tenderness). Next, time I will probably wrap a half of piece of prosciutto around each stalk of asparagus because it was a little salty. I sliced the heirloom tomatoes and mozzarella to serve with the dish and set aside. Once the kobe burgers were cooked to a medium temperature (cook to your desired temperature) we lightly toasted the brioche buns and it was time to indulge and devour this picture perfect meal! It was the Bomb.Com! DEEEEEEE-LICIOUS!
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