The Pot Burger. – The Pot
My wife and I went to The Pot for lunch today. It had just opened and without a booking we were still welcomed in. A small, cosy little place with traditional tables and higher level tables with bar stools. My wife ordered the salad which was very nice. Even though the portions look small, they are very compact.
Now, I had the ‘Pot Burger’. Arrives on a wooden chopping board with just the burger and battered onion rings. I have eaten many a burger over the years in some famous burger bars around the world. The ‘Pot Burger’ is one of the most divine burgers I have ever had the privilege of eating. Absolutely stunning.
As for the restaurant: the staff were very polite and very accommodating even as the tables began to fill. For a restaurant that opens from Noon till Late, very, very good.
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I really enjoyed The Pot. It’s not well sign posted and doesn’t stand out from the outside so I walked past many times and never even gave it a second glance. But when a friend finally said lets go for wine and cheese I really really enjoyed it! Visited again on another occasion for dinner and had the lamb pot with mac and cheese – VERY rich but full of flavour and the lamb just fell apart it was so tender. Staff friendly and helpful on both occasions, and were happy for us to continue to relax and drink after dinner and we didn’t feel like they were pushing for us to leave. Definitely recommend it, certainly as good as it’s neighbour, Melt!
What a great menu, wine and service.
A unique set of great dishes and style.
Lovely atmosphere and service, coupled with a great food in a lovely part of Adelaide.
Let us know when you move to Mosman please.
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Slow Cooker Hamburgers
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|Nutritional Guidelines (per serving)|
|Amount per serving|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 13g||17%|
|Saturated Fat 5g||26%|
|Total Carbohydrate 5g||2%|
|Dietary Fiber 1g||3%|
|*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.|
If you want dinner ready after a full day of work or fun with little to no effort, prep these slow cooker burgers and set it and forget it. The hamburgers will emerge moist and flavorful, similar to a classic steamed burger. Tomato juice and ketchup gives them a flavor reminiscent of meatloaf. The chopped onions and celery help keep the patties from scorching and sticking to the bottom of the cooker. Serve on soft buns with toppings like cheese, pickles, and fresh lettuce and tomato.
This slow cooker hamburgers recipe is so easy the kids can make it all by themselves since it doesn’t require a hot pan or grill. Just make sure they wash their hands after touching the raw meat when forming the patties. Everyone in the family will be rewarded with a delicious dinner at the end of the day. Serve with oven fries or air fryer fries or potato salad.
This recipe is courtesy of Phyllis Good’s Fix-It And Forget-It Kids’ Cookbook, Good Year Books, 2012.
This slow cooker hamburgers recipe comes from the new Fix It and Forget It recipes for kids. Enjoy making these burgers with your kids!