“Consumers have had a love affair with the burger since it was first invented in the 1800s,” says David Zino, executive chef at NCBA. “Even though burgers have been around for a long time, chefs still have lots of opportunities to take it to another level,” says Zino. He cites the “burger renaissance” in the commercial segment today. From mini burgers in a trio of flavors to foi gras-stuffed patties, operators can glean inspiration from Bobby Flay's Bobby's Burger Palace in NY, Thomas ...
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