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You don't need to drop $15 to enjoy a delicious steakhouse-style burger. Make them in your own backyard with these 5 easy-to-follow tips.
It's the July 4th weekend. My wife, Kathy, and I have a bag full of red, white and blue pinwheels, some Stars and Stripes-brand snack cakes and a packet of mini-flags. We're nearly set for a holiday blowout in the country. Strangely, none of the stores is stocked with hot dogs or chips. No one around us seems to be doing the same.
I'll bet the soggy, messy bun bums you out!
What about the art underlying these gastronomical poems forged in beef, cheese, and bun?
That's right -- this is the new way to eat burgers and it's delicious.
With some kitchen smarts and great flavors, you don't need beef for a good burger.
There are few foods more all-American than the hamburger, which is why we consider it our civic duty to bring you the best examples of this national treasure from across the country.
No food spans the gap between high-end and budget dining like the classic American burger.
We bet that there's a lot you didn't know about this legendary company.
Memorial Day weekend already? That brings us to the essential question: What constitutes the perfect burger?
There's nothing on earth that's more delicious.
As the dining scene evolves, so does the concept of a classic dish.
Chefs around the county just can't stop themselves from playing around with America's favorite fast food.
His menu shows a mix of Asian and American influences.
Other places just don't have Ms. Ann's "burger cooking hands" or her secret seasoning that she kept as guarded as a winning lottery jackpot ticket.
The issue for most people who are not McDonald's connoisseurs is that they don't try new things.