Caution: do not consume lamb burgers with mint pesto while operating a vehicle, lest you forget where you are and accidentally listen to Nickelback on the radio for a full two minutes before realizing those are two minutes of your life that you will never get back. Waaaait, who eats a lamb burger with mint pesto while driving, anyway? Get. real.
The point is, this hussy of a lamb burger is a true attention stealer. It will make you weak in the knees…bring your belly butterflies…make your skin all tingly. In a new relationship way, not a stomach flu way. Warning: consumption of this burger will likely result in feelings of jubilation whilst the taste of butter melts in your mouth and illicits pleasaaaaaaa.
Translation: make this for your significant other and you will receive some serious speechless doe eyes. Alternative translation: make this for a first dinner date. Doooooo it! There is no vegetarian version for this burger, so if your date doesn’t eat meat, I suggest finding a new date. Whoooooa getting frisky, are we? Simmer.down.
Other than Steve Winwood, there’s not much that rivals the coolness of this burger and even that’s stretching it. Steve Winwood. Burger. Steve. Burger. AHHHH I just can pick which one’s cooler! The only thing that could tip the scale is Steve Winwood AND Eric Clapton performing together. Wait, what’s this? Boom!
Okay, coooome back, come back from youtube land no matter how much you want to click on the new Blake Shelton video that’s sitting all out of place in the sidebar. How’d that get there anyway? Okay, I lied, they didn’t actually put Blake in the sidebar. I’m just in a giving mood.
Well I see your Steve Winwood and your Eric Clapton and I raise you…sweet potatooooo FRIES! There’s no competition now.
Cha ching! Focus. I made kale and mint pesto to go on this dreamy burger. Lamb, mint, lamb, mint. Lamb burger, mint. UGH! There. are. no. words.
Sink your teeth into this, son!
Also try my recipe for Kale Pesto (with basil) as an alternative to the mint pesto!