They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but we all do. We’ll help you navigate your numerous bun options and select the perfect baked-goods bookends for your burger.
How To Cook Burgers
Change is good. If you’re looking to “beef” up your tailgate spread with a little razzle-dazzle this football season, try pork burgers with your home team.
If you’re on your way to the campground or the stadium, you can pick up pre-made patties from your grocer’s butcher case. Quick and convenient? You bet. Worth eating? I’d soon find out.
For one of the richest and most indulgent burgers you’ll ever make, try this Wisconsin specialty that melts a quarter-stick of butter over each charred patty.
In Burger World, it’s the million-dollar question: How do you want it cooked? We’ll get you a few degrees closer to patty perfection.
Smoking over hardwoods is a cool way to jazz up your next round of backyard burgers and get your neighbors talking as waves of aromatic smoke waft over the fence.
How important to the burger is cheese? So important that when you put the two together, it becomes its own menu item. Can’t say that about any other topping, really.
How to cook great burgers using a cast iron skillet.
In this installment of our Build a Better Burger series, we’ll go step-by-step on grilling a burger over a live bed of hot coals.
Conventional wisdom says more fat equals better burger. But I wanted to do a head-to-head-to-head taste test to see if it was that big a deal… or even true at all.