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Any Good Burger Books Out There?

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It seems to me that there are "must" reads about the most delicious sandwich in the world. please share some book ideas with me.

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Flay's book is called Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries, and Shakes -- rated 4½ stars on Amazon. There's an interesting little book, James McNair's Burgers, from 1992, that has a combination of well-known chefs' recipes, his own recipes, and winning recipes from the Build a Better Burger Contest.


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I have Bobby's book. Everything looks delicious in that book. I haven't made any of those recipes because we like our burgers more simple but I have cooked with his other books. Everything I make of Bobby's is a home run.

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