Why I Love This Recipe
Don't you love to go to the fair? I do, and I went with one of my best friends last year. His name is Blake Keller, and he is awesome. He got me to finally go on the rides I thought I would never ride.
I thought I would never go on this ride that you stand in and spin really fast until you think you will go flying out of your seat called scat. "Come on Ryan," Blake said, "The line is getting longer!" I was scared to go on at first. It got so fast that I couldn't lift my head from the head rest."I dare you to spit while we are moving our fastest." said Blake, and I, being the king of dares in my school, readily agreed. As we were going as fast as it could go, I spit. I didn't see where it went but not two seconds after i did I heard, "Why did you spit on me?" and we continued to ride. I found out that I like feeling like my face was pealing off.
Next we visited avalanche which is a ride where you go up and down slowly until you are going in circles and you don't go upside down. In the beginning of the ride it's slow an it gets better when you get faster and you lose that weird stomach feeling. Eventually you stop, and then you go around the other way.
Finally we visited the ferris wheel. Not your normal ferris wheel where you slowly go up and down over a circle, but the kind where they lock you in a metal cage and give you a thing that controls which way you do flips. It was exhilerating. I found out 5 things that day. One, momentum sucks, gravity rules. Two, when you do backward flips in that it takes a while to go upside down. Three, I hate doing forward flips no matter HOW fun it is on a trampoline. Four, doing a front flip is scarier and a lot faster than a back flip. Five, if you time it right, while you flip backwards, you will fall towards the top of the cage extremely fast.
On the way off of the spinning ferris wheel for the fourth time, with the night growing closer, I started to crave food. We had to leave the fair though so we went home to his house, but not for
long, because my dad was making his DeLayo family famous hamburgers.
Submitted by: "Ryan D"
Ingredients You'll Need
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 pound ground beef
1/2 cup fine dry bread crumbs
Preheat an outdoor grill for high heat and lightly oil grate.
In a medium bowl, whisk together egg, salt and pepper.
Place ground beef and bread crumbs into the mixture.
With hands or a fork, mix until well blended.
Form into 4 patties approximately 3/4 inch thick.
Place patties on the prepared grill.
Cover and cook 6 to 8 minutes per side, or to desired doneness.