Archive for the ‘Best Burgers Around The World’ category

When we want the flavors of bulgogi and the convenient outdoor grilling method of a burger, there’s an easy solution: combine them. By sticking with the tried-and-tested burger, glazing it with a spicy soy-ginger-garlic-gochujung sauce, and stacking it with kimchi mayo and pickled daikon radish, you can keep the best of both worlds without offending culinary purists.

The Ultimate Potato Skin Cheese Pull

Posted June 30th, 2017 by admin. Comment (0).

I’ve never gotten this distance from a potato skin ever before in my life! #ShowMeTheCheese at The Iron Horse Restaurant!

The McWhopper

Posted June 27th, 2017 by admin. Comment (0).

Burger King’s marketing team has always been better than its culinary team, and their latest publicity stunt is one of the best I’ve ever seen. Their proposal? That on September 21st, World Peace Day, Burger King and arch-rival McDonald’s bury the hatchet, putting aside their beef with each other’s beef, and open up a one-day-only pop-up restaurant in Atlanta (midway between their corporate headquarters) serving McWhoppers, a hybrid between the Whopper and the Big Mac, their respective flagship sandwiches. I decided to deal with the disappointment of never seeing this sandwich come to fruition the only way I know how: by making it myself.

Get Angry Dog With A Queso Burger

Posted June 23rd, 2017 by admin. Comment (0).

When is the last time you had 6 Burgers in one day? For me it was last Wednesday. It was my first time in Dallas where I actually had the opportunity to check out some local grub and I took … Continue reading →

Burger King’s marketing team has always been better than its culinary team, and their latest publicity stunt is one of the best I’ve ever seen. Their proposal? That on September 21st, World Peace Day, Burger King and arch-rival McDonald’s bury the hatchet, putting aside their beef with each other’s beef, and open up a one-day-only pop-up restaurant in Atlanta (midway between their corporate headquarters) serving McWhoppers, a hybrid between the Whopper and the Big Mac, their respective flagship sandwiches. I decided to deal with the disappointment of never seeing this sandwich come to fruition the only way I know how: by making it myself.

If you’re throwing a Super Bowl party this Sunday—and if you want to fill your guests’ bellies without spending the time and effort to put together a multitude of individual snacky foods—consider sandwiches and burgers. They’re great for eating on the couch, and sizable enough to constitute most of a meal. Here are 16 of our favorite options, from party-style chicken parm to cemitas and smashed burgers.

It’s Chicken Parm … Inside a Garlic Knot

Posted June 16th, 2017 by admin. Comment (0).

It’s a mini chicken parm…in side an over-sized garlic knot. I was considering writing a lengthy endorsement filled with a cornucopia of colorful, graphic and drool worthy descriptors, but I think that opening sentence really delivers everything it needs to. … Continue reading →

Like Rolling Stones farewell tours or the McRib, every few years they seem to come back. I’m talking about those ready-made-for-reposting, viral-friendly photographs of McDonald’s food that doesn’t seem to ever rot, even after sitting out for years or decades. Surely a “real” hamburger should mold, get eaten by bugs, or otherwise decay, right? Not so fast.

Rochelle’s NYC – Hot Cheeto Fries

Posted June 9th, 2017 by admin. Comment (0).

It is FryDay and you did not come here to play games!!! You take your fries seriously. That’s why you need to get to Leave Rochelle Out of It for Wisco Disco Fries!! These no hold barred fries are topped … Continue reading →

Why I Love the Whopper, Mess and All

Posted June 5th, 2017 by admin. Comment (0).

I can pinpoint the exact moment when I decided that the Whopper was the only fast food burger for me. Up until that night, the Big Mac had been my gold standard. But that night at McDonald’s, back in 1987, I realized something about this two-tiered burger. Something important: The Big Mac wasn’t that big.