This is 10' x 10' high quality gazebo top cover. There are 1-tier or 2-tier 3 colors available. It can protect you against UV rays from sun. The increased durability makes the cover long time to use. The various colors for you choose that suit for indoor or outdoor environment. With this cover you could change the shape and color of your canopy so that make it always look like brand new. If you are looking for gazebo top cover don't hesitate to buy it! Brand new and good quality Protection against UV rays from sun and increased durability 1-tier or 2-tier 3 colors to choose Only includes canopy top cover (canopy gazebo frame not included) The color may varies for outdoor indoor or under different light Please check the detail dimensions in the pictures
Burger aficionados claim that nothing tastes better than a hamburger charbroiled over an open flame. And while grilling produces a great tasting burger and is the mainstay of backyard barbecues everywhere, there are times when it just isn't convenient to fire up the grill. Just head into the kitchen and pan fry a tasty burger. Burger joints have used big, flat top griddles to grill burgers since the days of drive ups and car hops. Turn up the stove top to medium-high and pre-heat a cast-iron skillet or a heavy aluminum pan. Form a pound of freshly ground beef into a ball. The flavor is in the fat, and an 80% lean mix of ground beef provides the right balance. Use a leaner mixture, and your burger can easily dry out during the frying process.Our local butcher grinds fresh chuck to order. If you don't have a butcher, grinding your own fresh chuck is easy with an expensive meat grinder. It's worth the investment!
When the cast-iron skillet is up to temperature, add a tablespoon of oil to the hot pan and spread the oil evenly to coat the bottom of the pan. A silicon basting brush works well for spreading around the hot oil. Drop the ball of ground beef into the hot pan, and let it sit for about a minute. Don't move the burger ball around at all; just let it sit the uneven edges will brown into a crispy and tasty crust. Let the burger cook in the hot pan for another minute. After the second minute of cooking, flip the burger again. Season with a bit more sea salt and fresh pepper. If making cheeseburgers, add a slice of your favorite cheese. We prefer the basic American cheese that comes pre-sliced in those little squares, but a mild cheddar cheese works well too. After another one to two minutes, it's time to remove the burger from the pan.
The exact cooking time will vary slightly depending on your cook top and heat of the pan. The goal is to form a nicely browned crust on the burger, but do not overcook the meat or allow it to burn. On our cook top, about 3 1/2 minutes of total cooking time produces a medium-rare burger. Add another minute for a medium cooked burger. Set the burger on a plate, cover it with a tent of aluminum foil, and let the burger rest for several minutes. This is a very important step: if you deliver the burger directly from the pan to the bun, the juices will seep out and leave you with soggy bread. While the burger rests, wipe the hot pan with a folded wad of paper towel to remove any excess grease. Hold the wad of paper towel in a set of metal tongs to avoid burning your fingers. Return the pan to the heat, add a small pat of butter and use a silicone spatula to spread the melting butter around the pan. Just as the butter starts to brown, press the bun down lightly into the pan (cut sides down). In a minute or two, the bun will begin to toast and turn golden brown. Use the metal spatula to remove the bun from the pan, and take the toasted bun to a serving dish. Retrieve the burger, and add the fresh toppings for a big finish. Bring On the Extras! Lettuce: Forget about tasteless iceberg and use a nice, green leafy lettuce such as Butter or Romaine. Tomato: Add a slice or two from a fresh, ripe Roma or plum tomato.
How many times have we given these genetics away not to mention for much less than they should be worth. This really bothers me as a breeder. So many times you see these guys buying cheap bulls and using them for breeding, when it is right here in front of them. We need to educate these producers and help them to achieve their maximum potential in semen sales. This is where Bid Cattle comes in. We will be developing a YouTube video to help educate those interested in promoting their semen. The more success we can create in our industry, the more profit we will generate for our industry. We need your help! We are here for you. Help us and Bid cattle sales will help you. I want to keep this industry thriving for my children as I know you want for your kids and grandkids. The next generation has a hard road ahead of them. We need to make our industry the best it can be! Bid Cattle is here to save you money. THAT IS OUR MISSION! Bid Cattle promises to never forget that, and will work extremely hard to accomplish this mission. As the president of Bid Cattle, I promise to concentrate all my efforts to achieve this.