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May 18, 2012

Happier Meals: Chefs Turn a Big Mac into Five-Star Cuisine

Four Toronto chefs embraced the challenge to turn McDonald's most famous dish into high-end haute cuisine. They were given a combo meal: Big Mac, french fries, Coke, and plenty of free condiments, and could add no extra ingredients other than oil and water.

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May 03, 2012

A Knitted Happy Meal

L.A.-based artist Sol Jeane has created what is likely the world's tastiest looking fiber art: a knitted "happy meal." Entitled "Triples," the… read more

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Apr 17, 2012

How to: Dean Martin's Hamburger Recipe

created at: 04/17/2012

Dean Martin - actor, singer, comedian, and all around cool guy, was apparently a pretty active chef at home, cooking meals for friends, family, and fellow famous people.

His favorite hamburger recipe "Martin Burgers" was recently discovered, on Dino's own stationery, signed by the man himself. It speaks for… read more

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Dec 19, 2011

The World's Most Perfect Hamburger

"The Ultimate Hamburger," from the Modernist Cuisine project by Nathan Myhrvold and Maxime Bilet, took stock of what most people crave in a burger - a perfectly fluffy and toasty bun, crunchy-but-not-too-crunchy veggies, gooey but flavorful cheese, loads of umami notes from ketchup and other sauces, and the perfect, beef-y patty, and used some serious cooking science to make it a… read more

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May 20, 2011

The Best Burgers in the U.S.: Side-by-Side Shootout

The team at A Hamburger Today have gathered three iconic, bi-coastal burgers for a showdown: NYC's Shake Shack, California's In-N-Out, and Virginia-founded/multistate chain, Five… read more

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Nov 24, 2010

Make White Castle Turkey Stuffing

created at: 11/24/2010

I've never tried this recipe for turkey stuffing made from White Castle sliders...as a matter of fact, I've never actually eaten anything from White Castle (other than a diet Coke that one time after the fireworks), even though their headquarters aren't two miles from my house.

But, still, it does have the makings of classic turkey stuffing - bread from the buns, onions, hamburger subbed for sausage, then flavored with celery, sage, thyme, and… read more

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Jun 01, 2010

How To: Beef Up Your Burger Technique

created at: 06/01/2010

With Memorial Day behind us, it's OFFICIALLY grilling season, and nothing tastes like summer more than a well-formed, well-seasoned, and well-grilled hamburger. Many purists would argue that ground beef, salt, pepper are all that should ever go into a burger, but with some many resources, techniques, and traditions available to us, why not supplement that classic juicy beef patty with a few new options? Especially some that are so flavorful, you can keep the ketchup bottle in the fridge.

New York Times writer and author Mark Bittman explores the art of the best at-home burger - including beef, lamb, and pork - that starts with… read more

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