Raichlen's Burgers

Raichlen's Burgers

Steven Raichlen

Language: English

Pages: 85

ISBN: 2:00208576

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Plain old burgers? No such thing. With Raichlen's Burgers, the doors to burger mastery are flung wide open. There’s the all-American version (seasoned with little more than salt and pepper), but there’s also a New Mexican Green Chile Burger, an Herb Butter Burger, a Oaxacan-Spiced Turkey Burger, a veggie burger and a tuna burger. It’s 25 of the world’s best—featuring the Really Big Bosnian Burger!—from bestselling Barbecue! Bible author Steven Raichlen.

Burger heaven awaits.

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