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ground beef in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishground beefˌground ˈbeef noun [uncountable]  American EnglishDF beef that has been cut up into very small pieces, often used to make hamburgers syn mince British English
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ground beefAdd garlic and ground beef and cook, stirring constantly to break up lumps.Smokies are made of coarsely ground beef and pork; they are similar to frankfurters but are more heavily smoked.Cook ground beef, and drain off fat.The use of fresh ground beef is a no-no.Chunks of frozen brine shrimp or a pile of ground beef will be greedily attacked.Myers marries a sexy butcher he comes to suspect of having more than ground beef in her freezer.Mix the ground beef with the cooked onions and butter.The soy-beef blends were displayed in the meat counter with ground beef.