A Burger Scholar Breaks Down Classic Regional Burger Styles | The Burger Show


In the second episode of The Burger Show, host Alvin Cailan teams up with burger scholar George Motz to learn about the diversity of burgers across the U.S. Just like barbecue, the burger has absorbed local traditions—in places like Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Connecticut—that reflect a unique sense of regional pride. From the glory of deep-fried patties, to the mechanical wizardry of steamed cheeseburgers, Alvin receives a master class in regional burger styles.

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  1. "no, you gotta be perceived as a borderline hipster with some sideburns like to get this special kind of steamer. i'm very special, you see, and have an 'in' with all the cool cooks across america." http://www.burgrtendr.com/buy.html donk

  2. THE FREEMASONS AND ILLUMINATI ARE OFFICIAL WRITTEN DOCUMENTED RECORDED HISTORICAL RH NEGATIVE BLOODLINE INCESTUOUS SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF SATANIC LUCIFERIAN CHILD RAPIST SACRIFICING MURDERING BEASTIALITY CANNIBAL BITCHES! FOLLOW THESE BLOODLINERS BLOOD TYPES AND WHERE OUR RICHES OUR MONIES GO! US BILLIONS OF NON BLOODLINE SECRET SOCIETY AUTHENTIC HUMANS!!!

  3. Alvin had to know the history of hamburgers… real question is how painful was it to act like he didn't?

  4. Powers of regeneration, an adamantium skeleton, and he's the nation's foremost burger expert?

  5. THIS VIDEO IS SO UNDERRATED!!! We are here talking about american culture and the video editing is very sharp… but god dammit this video has only 52.088 likes what the hell is wrong with you youtube?

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