by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, June 23rd, 2017
by Allison Milam in Recipes, July 9th, 2016
Chain restaurants tend to evoke a sense of nostalgia, which is why it’s no surprise any American can instantly pinpoint their favorite fast-food burger. White Castle — the pioneer of the fast-food burger — hasn’t lost its luster to passionate diners and new chains like Shake Shack are flipping the idea of fast-food on its head. Not to mention, you can’t go to California without making a stop at In-N-Out — and if you didn’t Instagram it, did it even happen? Food Network Magazine asked the test kitchen to re-create some of Americas most beloved burgers, so you can have a taste of your favorite anytime, anywhere. Read more
by Allison Milam in Recipes, June 12th, 2014
Finishing off a burger with a good slice of cheese in the final moments on the grill works, but hold it right there. These totally stuffed burgers prove that burgers are good to their very core when they’re stuffed to the gills with cheese, bacon and more.
Sunny Anderson’s Bacon-, Onion- and Cheese-Stuffed Burger (pictured above) may sound like a mouthful, but these burgers take just 35 minutes to reach your plate. Each smoky-meets-savory patty is fixed up with a mixture of bacon, onion and grated sharp cheddar for max flavor.
by Joseph Erdos in Recipes, May 21st, 2013
Some would say that we should never, ever tinker with the trinity of lettuce, tomato and onion. And if we had only one burger per year, maybe that would work. But since we’re at the very beginning of summer (we can say “summer” now, right?), we have more than enough time to expand our burger repertoire. This week, FN Dish runs down the line of burger combinations and updates we might not have previously considered.
1. Walk the Plank: Cedar planking isn’t just for salmon. Bobby grills Cedar-Planked Burgers (pictured above) for a complex smokiness. If you ask him, it’ll be the first thing you taste.
by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 4th, 2011
With Memorial Day this coming weekend, it’s time to get out the grill and brush up on your skills, because it’s the start of grilling season! And what’s more iconic for a backyard party than a juicy burger? If you want to be the best grill master on the block, you’ll need to know how to prepare those burgers the right way.
Food Network has everything you need to know to grill moist and juicy patties — and not those hard and tough pucks that make everyone cringe. There are many different guides on the subject, telling you to form the patties a certain way, to make a dimple in the patty and to not press the burgers as they cook. Yes, these are valid points, but when you want to get grilling, you don’t want to be reading a lengthy instruction manual on the subject. Food Network’s guide simplifies it for you, with just six tips that will get you great results.
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Imagine an everything bagel with cream cheese and salty lox. Now, imagine it for dinner. Rachael Ray takes this popular breakfast treat and transforms it into one of her famous burgers. Salmon patties are seasoned with poppy and sesame seeds and topped with a tangy cream cheese sauce made with scallions and fresh lemon juice.
Get the recipe: Everything Salmon Burgers With Scallion Sour Cream-Cream Cheese Sauce
Browse more of Food Network’s burger recipes in Grilling Central.