There is bacon IN the burger.
Why didn't I know this sooner? Why didn't I know my child's best friend didn't eat meat? Why did "dinner" just get way more complicated?
For some reason I'm always looking for ways to turn foods that aren't normally used as buns into buns.
From the celebratory last-day-of-the-year double burger to the please-don't-shout hangover burger for the year's first day.
Even the daintiest eaters can make a mess with a juicy burger.
Twinkie, ramen, and Cronut buns. 2013 was more than a slightly ridiculous year in the burger creation game.
In a very difficult year for restaurants of all types, burger joints are doing just fine, thank you.
It has never been truer that everybody loves a good burger.
If you haven't seen these at your local burger place by now, then they're behind in the times.
Burgers are culinary survivors: They can adapt no matter where mainstream tastes flow.
Arguably unacceptable in intellectuals during this era of springbok-cheek custard, our approach to food is as different from occasionally desiring comfort foods: Being a childlike diner is neither a personality flaw nor a quirk nor a mere emergency measure. It is an orientation, a permanent trait of which we might as well be proud.
Not every burger restaurant does a riff on Thanksgiving and turkey for its November Burger of the Month. But many of the best ones do.
Are you ready to eat the most blasphemous burger burger in America? Chicago's infamous metal-themed burger joint, Kuma's Corner, recently rolled out their monthly special, this time named 'The Ghost Burger.'
Deep in the recesses of the culinary dustbin are 10 restaurants that very well might be the worst in the country.
In case you haven't heard, quinoa is in. Try it in juicy burgers, creamy porridges, or even spicy enchiladas.
Every single sandwich that McDonald's offers... combined.
I'm definitely a "what you see is what you get" kind of girl. Pretense is exhausting. I don't appreciate it in advertising and I sure as hell don't appreciate it in people.