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When we go married a hundred years ago, my dad used to give my new wife a hard time about her steaks being medium well.   She got to the point that she didn't want to eat around him if it involved meat.   At my brothers one 4th I was put In charge of grilling the burgers.   I'd had a few adult beverages and when it came time for his burger, it got about 30 seconds on each side.   I dare say his burger made this one look well done.   He never said a word as he ate it but I believe he got the message.   I couldn't hardly stand to look at it when I gave it to him.   tongue-out.png.44b6d42a296d76a667f4d8d28409394c.png

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I do not ground my own meat, but in restaurants we have to say "no pink" for her and "warm pink" for me. This past NY I had to put the prime rib back on bc it was just a little to red and wet for any of us. It happens. That burger is a tad on the rare side for me tho.

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