meals on wheels
by Anna Balkrishna
Photo: Phil Kline
La Cense Beef Burger Truck
When it comes to grass-fed beef, the La Cense Beef ranch in Montana ships out some of the finest in the country. But if you don't feel like ordering vacuum-sealed filet mignon over the Internet, you can now get La Cense Beef meat from the company's very own burger truck. The six-ounce patties are made from a blend of Black Angus cuts, and Daniel Boulud's protégé, chef Adam Perry Lang, even consulted on its recipe. You won't find special sauce or iceberg lettuce on these burgers, either—they come minimally dressed, with caramelized onions and oozing American cheese squished onto a supersoft sesame bun, to really let the meat shine.
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