Burger Bash 2012 Winner: Michael Symon

by in Events, February 24th, 2012

michael symon burger bash
So who won Food Network’s 6th Annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival Burger Bash? Well, that depends on the category:

The People’s Choice Award: Michael Symon (B Spot)
The Porky Burger: A pork and bacon burger topped with pulled pork and slaw.

Judges’ Favorite: Brendan B. Connor (Whisk)
Crispy Shallot, Bacon and Swiss Burger: A sirloin patty with melted Swiss cheese, buttermilk-marinated crispy shallots, pecan-wood smoked bacon, tangy horseradish sauce, ripe Florida tomatoes and watercress on a toasted onion bun.

Heinz Best-Dressed Burger Award: Guy Fieri (Guy’s Burger Joint)
Straight‐Up With a Pig Patty: A ground chuck and bacon patty with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle with a liberal slathering of donkey sauce.

 

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Comments (9)

  1. SUSAN says:

    CONGRATULATIONS WHISK!!
    JUDGES' BLIND TASTING WINNER…

  2. Lori C. says:

    Congratulations to the team at WHISK! It was the most delicious burger at the event and I am looking forward to Burger Friday next week!!!!

  3. ACC says:

    Whisk totally rocks!!! Great job, Brendan!!

  4. @Jillymoe says:

    Not surprised Michael Symon & BSpot took the competition for the 3rd straight year! BSpot is the home of the best burger I've ever eaten. MS & BSpot & Ohio rocks!

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