Cabbage Burgers….for the cold winter days.

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These burgers are easy to make.
1 bag of Rhodes Dinner Rolls (thawed)
1 head of Cabbage (sliced thin and small pieces)
2 pounds Hamburger (cooked thoroughly)
Salt, plenty of Pepper, a little Cayenne pepper, little powdered ginger.
Don’t be afraid of making it enjoyable for your taste buds.
The bread will take away some of the heat of the spices.
Roll the bread dough out put about 2 tablespoons of the mix or more and close the bread. Bake at 350 until golden brown.
They freeze well, and can be popped into the microwave to warm up.
Enjoy!

4th Street Chophouse, Loveland Co.

Well after all the things we had heard about this restaurant we hoped for a really nice night out. We were disappointed. When we made the reservations we did tell them is was a birthday evening for starters. We got to the restaurant gave them our names and were sited. Our waitress asked us if we had ever been their before, our answer was no. She told us a number of things so we made our choices and for dinner. For the prices they charge a little more of the sauce with the “TOURNEDOS AU POIVRE”, the “HORSERADISH FILET” was tender but dry and had no flavor of horseradish. For Dessert, usually the birthday person get’s the creme brulee with a candle, but they never mentioned his birthday. So we ordered the special that night, bread pudding and a piece of cheese cake. She brought out the bread pudding with two forks but never brought the cheese cake. It was on the ticket, when we pointed it out the response from the waitress, “I didn’t bring that out” in the tone of of course I brought that out. They did take it off the ticket, we also informed her it was his birthday, so they gave us a creme brulee to go, free of charge. We were very disappointed, with the food as well as what happened. For the price we paid for dinner it should have been much more satisfying.