Angus Black Crown Burger at Iowa State Fair

Aug 9, 2013
by WLJ

Attention all burger lovers—Iowa’s 2013 Best Burger winner will be available at the Cattlemen’s Beef Quarters at the Iowa State Fair. Fair fans will have the opportunity to try the award winning Angus Black Crown Burger created by the 61 Chop House located in Mediapolis, IA. This special treat will be available for one day only, Saturday, Aug. 10.

Burger lovers will be delighted with the fresh half-pound Certified Angus Beef patty that is grilled to perfection and topped with a made-from-scratch beer cheese sauce, pepper Colby-jack cheese and two strips of thick-cut Applewood bacon. It’s creator, 61 Chop House owner and chef Terry Reis, will be onsite to oversee the preparation of his personal culinary creation.

Available for one day only, Saturday, Aug. 10, the Angus Black Crown Burger joins an exclusively all beef menu that boasts not only burgers but also Prime Rib dinners, roast beef sandwiches, ribeye steak sandwiches, taco salads and the original Hot Beef Sundae.

The Cattlemen’s Beef Quarters, an advocate for Iowa beef, features products from Iowa companies.

Fully cooked beef taco meat for its Taco Salads, Taco Potatoes and Walking Tacos is manufactured in Nevada, IA, by Burke Corporation. The fully cooked shredded beef used in the Hot Beef Sundaes is produced by W & G Marketing located in Ames, IA.

Operated by Beef Promotions of Iowa, Inc., the Cattlemen’s Beef Quarters is managed by John Mortimer of Dallas Center.

Sixty-eight county cattlemen’s associations bring over 1,200 beef industry volunteers to prepare and serve beef during the Iowa State Fair. — WLJ