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Four great methods for cooking a burger, from steaming to frying to hamburgers on the grill.
Chiles bring a lot more to the table than just heat.
Pairing a burger with cheese brings forth a range of interesting flavors and textures.
A custom-blended hamburger meat esteemed by countless restaurateurs.
Nothing distinguishes a burger quite the way its sauce does.
Local burger breeds are still going strong.
From sesame seed domes to artisanal rolls, these buns make excellent vehicles for burgers.
There's an art to preparing a hamburger patty.
Our favorite sources for consistently excellent beef patties.
Five types of potato for making great chips and fries.
These spices, sauces, herbs, and other flavorings range in taste from the understated to the bold.
Chowchow, the relish of pickled tomatoes, celery, and mustard, is popular in Canada's Maritime provinces.
Our favorite books on the classic hamburger.
Marking the path to today’s hamburger.
The fast-food hamburger gets back to basics.