Father's Day Cookout: Burger recipes app!

Your Father's Day cookout just got tastier. You ARE grilling some fabulous Walmart Choice Steaks, or making some juicy ground beef Burgers aren't you? We are!

Last week my family did a mini Grill Off with some of our friends like Mommy Upgrade at White Rock Lake, to test out a new recipe app puts burger recipes right on your phone. It shows you how to take your burgers from boring to SOARING! Today, we're featured on the AT&T homepage! (Scroll down til you see the headline "The Ultimate Dad Test: A Grill-Off".

You can download that Android app called "Recipe Search by" for your own Android phone for free here.

Ready. Aim. Fire up the grill.

So this weekend, for Father's Day, I've got some more beef grilling tips for you. This time, from Chef Rodman Shields of the Dallas Restaurant Nick & Sam's.

Me: What type of beef is best for burgers?
Rodman: Brisket, Chuck, and Rib eye.

Me: What type of steak is best for fajitas?
Rodman: I recommend skirt or rib eye. The Rib Eye Choice Premium Beef available at Walmart is great for this!

Me: What is the best cut of steak to grill for a Father's Day treat?
Rodman: Any Steak Dry Aged or a nice thick rib eye like the Premium Choice from Walmart.

Me: Which is better - gas or charcoal - for grilling? And, should we add wood for a smoky flavor? If so, what kind of wood?
Rodman: Nothing beats the smoky flavor of a charcoal grill. I love to fire-up the backyard grill with plenty of Kingsford charcoal. If you don’t have a charcoal grill, you can get the smoky flavor using wood chips – Kingsford Wood Chips with Mesquite or Hickory are perfect!

And as a bonus, here's one of the burger recipes we made.
Supreme Burgers app

Makes: 8 burgers
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes

2lb Ground Beef
1 1/2 oz Onion Soup Mix; 1 Envelope
1/2 cup Bread Crumbs; Dry
1 cup Dairy Sour Cream
1/8 tsp Pepper

1. Mix all the ingredients together.
2. Shape mixture into 8 patties, each about 3/4-inch thick.
3. Grill the patties 4-inches from the heat, turning once, to the desired doneness, about 10 to 15 minutes.
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Mommy's Wish List Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Walmart as a part of their Steakover Program.

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