The Bethlehem sports bar beat out the competition at Saturday’s Battle of the Burgers.
On Saturday, Aug. 18, eight Lehigh Valley restaurants met on the field of battle (the parking lot of Green Acres Outdoor Living in Lower Nazareth) to compete in the Battle of the Burgers, a three-hour burger-binging event that would conclude with one winner. Patrons paid a $7 admission to judge the competitors based on the sliders that each cooked up and handed out from their booths. Participating burger joints were: Big Woody’s, who was slated to be the ninth competitor, was not present at the event. More than 400 people showed up to chow down -- so many, in fact, that at least three of the restaurants had to call for more burgers so as not to lose votes from their hungry judges. Each restaurant took a different approach. John Cook, a …
This recipe for red, white and blue burgers is sure to be a hit at your Independence Day celebration
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Do you have a favorite July 4th recipe? Share it in the comments section below. Patriotic Burgers Ground beef, red onion, ranch dressing and bleu cheese combine to make a nice juicy 4th of July burger. Red. White. Blue. It doesn't get any better! Ingredients Directions These are great served on toasted onion rolls with a bit more cheese melted on top. If you like a stronger flavor, double the ranch dressing. Enjoy! *** Smoked Burger Marinade Ingredients: 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce 1/2 cup soy sauce 3 drops liquid smoke (Be careful, don't use too much) 3 -5 drops sesame oil garlic cracked black pepper yellow mustard Directions: Pour over burgers or steaks and let sit in refrigerator for 1 hour. You can even mix a little into the burger …