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I have been talking about Uncle Ben a lot, but I haven’t described him. Uncle Ben is actually quite skinny for someone who loves to eat meat a lot. However, he has one problem, or at least that’s what he thinks as his jeans size keeps getting larger lately—his belly. Uncle Ben has a belly that will rival that of Santa’s, so I guess that’s where all those juicy meat fats have been going all these years. Lately though, during one of our visits to his house, he announced that he has a new hobby. And that he’s been doing it for months, but we just didn’t know about it because he didn’t want to broadcast it. Uncle Ben jogs in the morning.
He told us he’s been jogging for two hours every morning just before the sun rises. He said he lost a few pounds already and that he’s now an inch smaller. My aunts kept praising him as well as some of my uncles and my dads. And I was supportive too, I promise. It’s just that it’s quite difficult to believe him when he’s eating a turkey burger full of cheese while saying so.
Anyway, the turkey burger was delicious and extremely juicy. He really is the King of the Grill still.
Recipe courtesy of Just A Little Bite.
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Quick Tip: Serve with a side of fries or salad.