The essential book to have on hand before you fire up the grill this summer.
In any city around the world you can find a burger twenty-four hours a day on virtually every corner—walk-up, drive-in, sliders, double size, super size, king size, and countless other variations on unimaginative, standardized fast food burgers from under the heat lamp. But there is another way . . .
The Art of the Burger is much more than just a burger recipe book; it is inspiration and a creative jolt for those who want more: innovative patties, inventive bun choices, imaginative toppings, creative preparation, and of course, more flavor. You really want to know what’s in your burger? Then the only way is, to do it yourself.
With premium meat, crispy bacon, gently melting cheese, and hamburger buns that do not taste like cardboard—The Art of the Burger looks at the perfect burger. Fresh, creative, and distinct from the classics, this burger bible presents exciting ideas you’ll never find in a fast food restaurant. It contains recipes for twelve types of bread and buns, eleven types of sauces, and fifty burgers of all sorts—not just beef patties, though a quarter of them are beef-specific, but ones using pig, poultry, seafood, veggies, and others ingredients instead of, or in addition to, a standard patty. There are even a few desert “burgers.” Beautifully designed and packed full of tips and guidance to make the perfect burger here is the book for burger lovers everywhere.
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