After pressing out patties, we put them on a cookie sheet and put in the freezer for a couple of hours. We had to use cake pans too, and covered them with tin foil and put out in the pickup because we didn't have enough room in the freezer. And, believe it or not, those patties out in the truck froze faster than those in the freezer.
After frozen, we then put the patties in plastic and vacuum sealed the packages; ready to stay in the freezer until either grilled or pan fried for breakfast, lunch or supper! They are best grilled, but we put our grill away for the winter months. I fried up a couple to have as burgers for lunch - yum!
I have been so busy lately getting things ready for our "family gathering" that I am sorry to say I haven't been good about blogging. I won the giveaway of a coupon to use for a new Rowenta steamer iron, and will be getting the mail in coupon soon in the mail. Thank you Cathy from "Hazelruths" blog.
The pillow case with the puppies has an appliqued cut out picture of a couple of the puppies, and then I embroidered around each puppy, and filled in the eyes, ears, and markings, as this one is for Marcus. He is about 9 and has been blind since he was 6. I thought that he'd be able to feel the detail on a couple of the puppies. His brother and sister are coming with Stephani. We consider them our adopted grandkids. Marcus won't be coming becasue he needs to have some medical attention daily that I'm not able to do for him.
We are anxiously waiting for everyone to get here. It will be a full, full house!!!!!!!!! But fun!
I still have a couple of projects I'm working on, but having serger problems, so drove that to Fargo, ND (80 miles) to get repaired. They called yesterday, and it is ready, so think I'll drive to Fargo on Friday to get it. I'll make some other shopping stops too!
Have a blessed day!