Have Tyler's Turkey, Avocado and Bacon sandwich for lunch today.
Whether lounging at home or lazing outside in the grass, there’s little better than being able to hold your lunch between two hands. Turkey or ham, portobello or beef — no matter how you stack it, sandwiches and burgers are hot commodities this time of year. From Kelsey’s BLT with a twist to Nadia G.’s mondo Hawaiian burger, Cooking Channel fans haven’t been shy in showing their love for summer sammies and burgers. With so many raving reviews still coming in, and tons of great tweaks and substitution ideas from all of you, we’re back to shout out some more of our faves.
A classic — but always classy — pairing, Tyler Florence stuffs roast turkey, bacon and avocado in between buttered country toast, along with thin slices of creamy fontina cheese. His Roast Turkey, Avocado and Bacon Sandwich (above) is a summertime must-have, just ask this fan:
“Simply delicious…the turkey melts in your mouth and is really easy to make. I also have made this turkey and placed it in a ‘Thanksgiving Sandwich,’ made with cranberry sauce, homemade sage stuffing and this turkey recipe on crusty homemade bread…delicious! Beats deli turkey every day of the week!” — gmustoe_7167552 in Westford, MA
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Simply put, I love burgers. The promise of a grilled burger compels me to accept invitations to the cookouts of friends who live in distant, inconvenient locations. I check out the burgers on menus wherever I go. My devotion springs mostly from an attraction to their basic deliciousness, but I also appreciate how much a burger says about the person who made it. They’re adaptable and agreeable, inviting anyone who wants to engage with them to dress them up. Burger season is a celebration of individual taste.
So, when the season approached, I invited food people Ian Knauer (recipe developer) and Sarah Copeland (photographer) to the kitchen. We set out to make ten great burgers. We were not searching for perfection, but instead were seeking the characteristics that make a burger something to love. We wanted to press the boundaries of what a good burger could be. In the process, we stumbled on a few tenets of burger deliciousness over and over. These helped us better understand the obsession in order to tailor it, expand it, refine it, or okay, sometimes to perfect it.
Here is what we kept talking about:
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