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So, you’ve got your burger fresh off the grill and sitting there all juicy and delicious on that bun…how do you make this perfect food even more perfect? Cheese is a good choice. But which one? American? Cheddar? Swiss? Maybe some crisp, smoky bacon. And what about barbecue sauce? We could go on forever. So, vote for your favorite! If your special combination of toppings isn’t listed, comment below and tell us about it. <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1659017/” mce_href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1659017/”>How do you top your burgers?</a><span style=”font-size:9px;” mce_style=”font-size:9px;”>(<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com” mce_href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”>online surveys</a>)</span>


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  • SarahCat | 06/18/2009

    And don't forget home-baked ciabatti in the shape of hamburger buns!

  • SarahCat | 06/18/2009

    I only use beef I grind in my kitchen from whole roasts for starters; since I don't like beef that is cooked beyond medium and I don't trust ground beef from a market cooked medium rare, I only use commercial ground beef that has been sautéed fully done.

    We love the inherent taste of mesquite-flavored smoke so we tend to go for very lean beef, grilled medium rare with the mesquite smoke. My partner likes only a touch of mustard and I add red onion and pickle and/or juicy tomato, but only in season.

    It's heresy in most of the U.S. to say this, but we really don't care for cheese on burgers and neither of us think ketchup has a place on a burger (mayo either).

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