Hamburgers

Hamburgers come in all flavors and sizes—mini sliders to quarter pounders, nacho-inspired burgers to brie-stuffed patties. Whether you prefer classic beef, heart-healthy turkey or vegetarian-friendly versions, the keys to any great burger are the toppings and seasoning. One of our favorite hamburger recipes is a Caprese-style recipe from F&W’s Grace Parisi. She kneads basil pesto into the ground beef before it’s grilled, and then tops the burger with more pesto, sliced tomatoes and melted mozzarella. It’s a pretty simple upgrade from a traditional burger, and packs tons of great flavor. If you’re a hamburger traditionalist, try these tips from Fleishers’ Craft Butchery—they recommend keeping the uncooked patties extra cold and salting them right before they hit the grill—this will keep the burgers super tender. Get these recipes and more from Food & Wine’s guide to hamburgers.

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Food & Wine: Best Burgers in the U.S.
Best Burgers in the U.S.
The burger, America’s quintessential comfort food, can now be enjoyed in an impossibly endless number of ways. There are round-the-clock burgers at 24-hour-roadside joints and ephemeral late-night burgers sold out in mere minutes; burgers grilled in hundred-year-old cast-iron broilers and burgers steamed in state-of-the-art ovens; burgers crafted from Kobe beef imported from Japan and burgers made with Black Angus beef from just down the road. It’s clearly a great time to love the burger. Here, we’ve singled out the best.

The Best Hamburgers Ideas

Easy Hamburgers Recipes


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