This is a special message from Butterball. Taking creative license with a classic American item, some restaurant operators are recasting the hamburger with proteins other than beef and signature toppings from around the globe. One of the most fertile departure points for a signature burger is a grind of turkey, vegetables, lamb, tuna, or some other protein. While such alternative patties typically don’t rival beef burgers in sheer sales, operators said, when made well they appeal to a ...
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