"No matter what the occasion, it seems like burgers of all kinds are a popular choice to prepare. Spring and summer are a great time to enjoy grilled burgers, whether they are beef, pork, turkey, chicken or a combo of different meats. If you can't grill burgers they can always be cooked on the stovetop or in the broiler so they can be enjoyed throughout the year. They provide for a quick and easy meal with a variety of choices. Topped with cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, bacon, lettuce . . . the possibilities are endless for making that perfect burger."
When cooking cabbage, place only 1/2 to 3/4 inch of water in the pan. Too much water will cause the cabbage's color to fade, nutrients and flavor to be lost, and the cabbage to become soggy and limp. view more.