Hello National Burger Month!
New Yorkers, it seems, love their hamburgers. The proof is in the lines.
Ground meat dish that make us think of home.
"When it comes to Filipino food, everything's gotta be BIG."
Best burger in LA? Way too subjective. Here are the burgers I crave most right now.
The burger has become the perfect canvas for culinary creativity. Here are some of the top burger trends this year.
Why should the carnivores get all the fun?
This sustainable-food maven's bold new venture goes from pasture to plate, with all the stops in between (yes, this means she runs her own slaughterhouse). Forget farm-to-table. Think of it as pasture-to-processing-to-plate
Hamburgers are inexpensive, plentiful and all-American. But dining out on a burger doesn't have to mean you're relegated to a fast food chain.
What factors make one restaurant better than another? Can you compare a roadside burger joint with an urban fine-dining restaurant?
A McDonald's franchisee says the chain will remove Angus Third Pounder burgers, Chicken Selects and apple-walnut salad, a move likely intended to clear menu space for an expected rollout of McWraps and other new items.
While Steak 'n Shake's menu calls the burger "The Ultimate Challenge," nutritionists are likely to call it something different.
"It's the bacon, baby!" will be Wendy's new mantra in a campaign with high-decibel announcer loudmouth Dick Vitale touting the double-patty Baconator burger.
The smokiness of the bacon goes nicely with a shocking new condiment never seen before: Srirancha!
Is bison poised to succeed lamb as the next hip, hot burger protein?
This idea of a "pub burger" has gained popularity, perhaps because so many American burger restaurants are becoming more pub-like as they expand their craft-beer taps and bar areas. But there's no real uniformity in definition or execution.
In these tough economic times, one of the most talked-about burger subjects revolves around the most expensive burger offerings from around the world.