The Ultimate Burger
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Build the Ultimate Burger, with beef, pork, poultry, seafood, or veggies. Master fries, slaws, and salads. Go full DIY with condiment and bun recipes and wash everything down with our easiest-ever crowd-pleasing drinks.Jack Bishop, Chief Creative Officer
Grinding salmon in the food processor works well for salmon burgers. But for tuna burgers, we recommend hand-chopping the fish.
Freezing some meat burgers briefly before grilling helps ensure they hold together over the heat.
To avoid soggy buns, let your meat burgers rest on a platter for at least 5 minutes before transferring them to buns.
If you’re buying preground meat for beef burgers, 85 percent lean ground chuck is the best choice.