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Cooking With Kids: Jackson R. Goetz

Thursday, September 28, 2000

Tested by Kathleen Ganster

Age: 9
Parents: Marian and Robert Goetz
Siblings: two brothers, Theodore, 6, and Alan, 1
Community: Richland
School: fourth-grader at Richland Elementary School
Hobbies: playing baseball, playing the guitar and cooking
Favorite food to cook: hamburgers. Jackson also likes to make sandwiches and hot dogs, and he's tried French toast.
Favorite foods to eat: hamburgers
Favorite book: Harry Potter series
Tips for other cooking kids: "Cook things that aren't too hard for you, and if it is hard, get some help," Jackson said. He also said he helps clean up.
What he wants to be when he grows up: a cook or someone who works on cars

According to his mother, Jackson has been cooking for two years. He likes these hamburgers because he uses his surprise ingredient.

"He said he wanted to use something other than onion, so he tried dill," Marian said.


The Jackburger

1 1/2 pounds ground chuck
3 sprigs fresh dill weed
Salt
Freshly ground pepper
6 slices Muenster cheese

Finely chop the dill. Add it to the meat along with salt and pepper to taste.

Mix well with clean hands.

Shape the meat into six equal patties.

Fry the patties in a nonstick pan over medium heat, turning the patties over one time. Patties should be well-browned on each side.

Place a slice of cheese on each patty and remove from skillet when cheese is slightly melted.

Serve on your favorite buns with your favorite condiments.

Makes six patties.


To submit a recipe to Cooking with Kids, please send the recipe, along with the name of the child, a head shot (preferably a school picture) and a telephone number where the child can be contacted, to: Cooking with Kids, Kathleen Ganster, 3142 Camberly Drive, Gibsonia, PA 15044. Questions? Call Kathleen at 724-443-1664.



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