Happy National Burger Day!

From classic to vegan, and every which way to cook them - wikiHow to Burgers: 25+ Ways!

Burger Basics

1. Make a Hamburger.

2. Want cheese to ooze out of the burger? Make a Juicy Lucy Burger.

3. Core out the center to make room for an egg. Make a Hamburger Egg Sandwich.

4. Add beer to the recipe! Make Baked Beer Burgers.

5. Make a Ramen Burger.

6. Make Blue Cheese Burgers With Carmelized Onions

7. Make Teriyaki Onion Burgers.

8. Make Grilled Pineapple Burgers.

9. Make a Homemade Low Fat Hamburger.

10. Make a McDonald’s Big Mac.

Alternative Burgers (Meat)

1. Make a Good Turkey Burger.

2. Make a Chicken Burger.

3. Make a Salmon Burger.

4. Make Lamb Burgers with Mint Yogurt Sauce

Alternative Burgers (Non-Meat)

1. Make Chickpea Burgers (vegetarian, option for gluten-free).

2. Make Curried Tempeh Burgers (vegetarian, option for vegan).

3. Make a Portobello Mushroom.

4. Make Vegan Black Bean Burgers.

5. Make Vegan Red Bean Burgers.

6. Make Soy Patties.

7. Make Tofu Burgers.

Get Weird

1. Make a Peanut Butter Bacon Burger.

2. Make Pizza Burgers.

3. Make a Krabby Patty.

Cook Burgers Every Which Way!

1. Grill Burgers.

2. Make a Burger in a Pan.

3. Cook Hamburgers on the Stove.

4. Make Baked Hamburgers.

5. Reheat a Cheeseburger.

Good to Know

1. How to Buy Hamburger Meat.

2. How to Season Hamburgers.

3. How to Wrap a Burger.


There’s no need to wait until summer to fire up the grill. Amber of SweetAmbs created these awesome Grill Cookies, so you can enjoy burgers, kebabs, and even the brazier itself, which in this case is a delicious Orange Vanilla Spice cookie and not wire, metal, and burning hot coal. The burgers, cheeseburgers, kebabs, grill, and smoldering coals are made of royal icing. It’s an impressive cookie that would make a great post-cookout treat or a wonderful reminder of summer during winter when it’s snowy and cold outside.

Here’s SweetAmbs’ video tutorial for how to make your own Grill Cookies:

Visit the video tutorial website or SweetAmbs’ blog for additional information about this enticing recipe.

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Happy National Burger Day, fuckers! Randy shows us how to create a perfect bacon cheeseburger.

All Black Cheeseburger

If you find yourself in the land of the rising sun make sure to try the all black cheeseburger. Made with black buns, black cheese and topped off with black condiments made using squid ink and bamboo charcoal, it’s a culinary treat like no other.


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Today my doctor literally told me “only skinny people survive” 
I biked 24 miles to prove that even though my health isn’t so great right now, my body can still take me from point A to point B. 
I ate a banana and vegetable juice and seaweed but also a cheeseburger and a donut. 
I’m fighting every day to not fall back into either side of my past ED tendencies because of the way that the world and the people around me view and interact with my body and bodies like mine. 

It’s on my mind all the time and I don’t have time for anything else. 


Super Duper Burgers (San Francisco, CA) - Had to celebrate National Burger Day with a burger post! A couple of months ago, I was in the Castro for SF Sketchfest to hear the cast of Veep speak! It was an awesome time by the way, they are all so hilarious. 

Anyway, there was a lot of time to kill and my sister and I were hungry, so I was happy to find that Super Duper Burgers was nearby since I’ve been wanting to try it for awhile. There is one location in the South Bay at the Westfield Valley Fair Mall, but I haven’t been there in a long time. 

We got there right before a line formed for what I’m assuming is an early dinner rush. Both of us kept it light and ordered 2 Mini Burgers, which have one 4 ounce beef patty, super sauce, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and red onions. I passed on the jalapeno since my stomach was feeling a bit sensitive, and we (stupidly) passed on the pickles! I realized later that they’re pickles are a thing to try, so if I’m ever near an SD Burgers, I will most definitely get them.

The burger was really good. It was hearty, wholesome, and simple. The patty was juicy and had a classic, simple taste while the cheese was melted perfectly. Everything harmonized really well. The prices might seem a little higher than what you think for an above average burger (i.e. In-N-Out), but they make a point to use local and sustainable products. I honestly think it does reflect in the final product because it doesn’t taste like a generic, rubbery piece of meat. Just a feel good, nostalgic, classic burger.

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Happy Hamburger Day! :-)

Want to make a #LowCarb Cheeseburger? Grab these low carb hamburger buns from the Great Low Carb Bread Company​ at: (the cheapest place to order them online!)

See more pictures/details in my review:

*Note: I do not pay extra for Thermal Packaging or faster shipping, just the basic flat rate shipping - and mine arrive just fine. ;-) Enjoy!