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Recipes for Grilled Canadian Burgers With Grilled Peaches Dessert

This past weekend I thought I'd create a burger in honor of my friends to the North. I got some Canadian bacon and some McCormick® Grill Mates® Roasted Garlic Montreal Steak® seasoning and I thereby dubbed these burgers "Canadian Burgers." These burgers turned out mighty fine if I do say so myself.

The grilled peaches dessert is a great thing to do on the grill right after you take the burgers off. It might seem odd that black pepper would be used in a dessert recipe, but trust me, it won't taste like you would expect it to, and the pepper is an important layer of flavor. The taste will be rich and fruity with an aroma of the great outdoors. A scoop of vanilla ice cream served beside it makes the perfect dessert for your cookout.



3 lb. ground beef
1 egg, beaten
1/3 cup soy sauce
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
2 tsp. McCormick® Grill Mates® Roasted Garlic Montreal Steak® seasoning
1 tsp. Lawry's® seasoned pepper (or black pepper)
8 slices Canadian bacon
8 slices of your favorite cheese
8 hamburger buns


In a small bowl, beat the egg thoroughly. In a large bowl, with your hands, gently blend the egg into the ground beef. Grill the burgers, drizzling the soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce and sprinkling the seasonings on each side while grilling. When the burgers are almost done, put the Canadian bacon slices on the grill (preferably a charcoal grill) for a few minutes on each side. Put the slices of cheese on top of the burgers and continue grilling until they melt a bit. Then put a slice of the Canadian bacon on each burger and serve the burgers in the buns. Serves 8.



4 ripe peaches
6.5 oz. white wine
6 oz. maple syrup
Freshly ground black pepper (enough to sprinkle lightly on all peach halves)


Mix the wine and maple syrup in a shallow baking dish. Cut the peaches in half and remove pits. Lay the peach halves flat-side-down in the wine and syrup and soak for at least an hour. Place halves on grill round-side-down and sprinkle flat side pretty well with fresh ground black pepper. Allow the peaches to grill until you get some black grill marks on the skins. Flip over flat-side-down until grilled thoroughly. Serves 4 to 8.

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