1 lb ground beef round or 1 lb ground sirloin

1 tablespoon fat like lard or Crisco (if meat is round or sirloin) 

Salt & Pepper to taste

1 small Onion, chopped fine

water to cover

sliced dill pickles

Using a cast iron skillet with lard/crisco brown meat 

& onions till done, drain off 

grease if any and return to skillet.

Break ground beef up in skillet into small crumbles 

using the back of a wooden 


Add 1 Tbsp Yellow Mustard, 1 Tbsp White Vinegar 

and 1 Tbsp Sugar and just 

enough water to barely cover meat in the pan.

Cook, at a simmer, till water is all cooked out-

between 15-20 minutes.

Heat your hamburger buns-they're traditionally 

steamed for loose meats.

When buns are warm, put yellow mustard on them 

and add some dill pickle 


NOTE: *If you start changing this recipe and using 

things like olive oil for the 


and Dijon or honey mustard for the yellow mustard, 

And don't add any liquid 

smoke or Worcestershire sauce, you will not get the 

traditional yummy taste of 

a loose meat sandwich.
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