There’s no question that Americans love burgers. And though it may be hard to believe that they could eat more hamburgers than they do already, consumption of the nation’s favorite sandwich is, in fact, on the rise. Research firm Technomic Inc. said about 48 percent of consumers currently eat a burger at least once a week, up from 38 percent in 2009. But ask what makes a good burger, and every response will likely be different. Some people like a thick, juicy burger in the style ...
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