Hamburger, Sloppy Joe, Salisbury Steak Recipes

Our growing section on hamburgers will help you understand all the angles in making big fat juicy steakburgers or thin crispy diner burgers, and the techniques are very different! We'll take you on a tour of the regional styles of hamburgers, help you select the right buns, cheeses, toppings and bottomings, and give you the secret sauce recipe.

sloppy joe sandwich
This family favorite gets a delicious makeover with smoked meat, bacon, and barbecue sauce. read more
Kangaroo Burger
Packed full of flavor, this recipe for butter stuffed kangaroo burgers is an exotic alternative to traditional beef hamburgers. Plus, it's healthier! Given the complex and slightly earthy flavor profile of kangaroo meat, the key to this burger is finding flavors that complement the meat without overshadowing it. read more
pimento cheeseburger
Hamburger Heaven. Here is a description of all the different types of hamburger styles, regional hamburger styles, and how they are made. read more
salisbury steak on a plate with peas and mashed potatoes
There's a lot of bad Salisbury steak out there. Try this absolutely delicious recipe from Ruth Ellen Church, who was the food editor of the Chicago Tribune from 1936 to 1974. read more
burger brioche
Here's everything you need to know to make the best thick juicy crispy steakburger hamburger you ever tasted. You will need to eat these over bowls. read more
hamburgers in a meat grinder
When you grind your own hamburgers you are assured of the freshest, cleanest meat, just the right fat to lean ratio. read more
New Mexico Green Chile Cheeseburger
Green chile salsa takes ordinary burgers and makes them extraordinary. Green chile cheeseburgers can be found throughout New Mexico, featuring a serious dollop of a green chile salsa and slice of melted cheese to hold it in place. Here's an amazing recipe for making a delicious multipurpose green chile salsa. read more
diner cheeseburger
This is how they make those great skinny, crispy hamburgers in diners, better than any fast food quarter pounders. read more
double cheeseburgers
Here's everything you need to know about burgers and how to make the best hamburger you ever tasted. read more
rare burgers
Undercooked ground meat and sausage can kill. Here's how to make great tasting burgers that are safe. read more

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