Burger Talk

Kickstart This: The Burger Lift Wants To Rid the World Of Soggy Burger Buns

Only a few days left to donate to meaty device
Apr 11, 2014 11:00 am

We’ve all struggled with the problem of a soggy burger bun as a result of juices oozing onto a plate. So, how to fix this? The inventors of Burger Lift have designed a lightweight, stainless steel device intended to drain the juices and provide an elevated resting place for a burger. They are close to their $10,000 donation goal and need your help in the next three days!

These SF Designers Are Eating a Burger A Week In the Name Of Creative Discovery

Behind "The Message Is Medium Rare" Project
Mar 11, 2014 1:00 pm

Some designers have their mood boards or inspiration-sparking travel itineraries, but here's a firm with a better idea: Try out the best burgers in San Francisco once a week for lunch and judge the burgers, the restaurants, the menus — anything that relates to design. Yes, burgers in the name of research! Photos, interview and more, this way...

This Tumblr Won The Burger Porn Arms Race

Meet Porn Burger Dot Me. And don’t you be hungry.
Mar 10, 2014 3:00 pm

The single-topic food Tumblr fad — one that started with Scanwiches and evolved into Beach Chair Legs Vs. Hot Dog Legs and, most recently, House of Carbs — is not letting up. Did we just call it a fad? It’s more of a force. We were reminded yet again on this very fine Meatless Monday morning when pure, wholesome thoughts of green juicing and baked seitan were interrupted by a little hamburger porn.

Kickstart This: New Zealand Burger Cookbook With A Video That Reminds Us Of 'Her'

The Kiwis are mad for burger-flipping
Jan 29, 2014 1:00 pm

The Kiwis are master hamburger cookers. Well, at least my Kiwi brother-in-law James is a master hamburger cooker. This is backstory for why we clicked on the Kickstarter page of Auckland graphic designer Stephan Priest, who is raising funds for a "burger cookbook that combines the best fresh ingredients to create the perfect taste explosion between two pieces of toasted bread.” This might possibly be worth funding. You decide.

Will Travel For Food: The Impressive Burger Scene In...Belgrade?

Serbian patties are packing some serious flavor
Jan 24, 2014 11:00 am

The only way to measure a great burger is in terms of distance: how far would you travel for a taste? I journeyed halfway around the world to accidently stumble upon some of the greatest burgers I’ve ever eaten, and I’d probably make the trip to Belgrade again. Here's why.

Roy Choi's Los Angeles-Style Double Cheeseburger Recipe

Double patties with an Asian twist from LA chef
Jan 9, 2014 3:00 pm
Photo: Chris Court

Food & Wine magazine released this cookbook in honor of the 25th anniversary of their "Best New Chef" awards (something we look forward to every year). This collection of the honorees' 100 best recipes is essentially guaranteed success in the kitchen, so acquire one ASAP and get started on Roy Choi's double cheeseburgers, Los Angeles-style.

No-Bun Burger Recipe

An extra-lean patty recipe for the carb-conscious
Nov 6, 2013 1:00 pm

Fan of true dude food? We are, which is why we're cooking our way through GQ Eats, the magazine's new cookbook. Particularly the chapter titled Michelin-Starred Meals At Home. Between the hunks of meat, spectacular sides and cocktails we'd make by the pitcher, our takeout-ordering skills are getting rusty. We just learned not to wrap burgers in lettuce, because there are mushrooms in this world.

Did New York Magazine Just Reveal The Secret Of The Umami Burger?

Los Angeles chain will open in NYC this summer
May 28, 2013 11:31 am

“New York has some okay burgers,” says Umani Burger founder Adam Fleischman to New York restaurant critic Adam Platt in a 2,641 word profile of the Los Angeles burger chain that is poised to disrupt NYC’s Shake Shack–dominated grilled patty ecosystem. Platt digs deep to reveal the secret of the burger.

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