Wisconsin Cheese Adds Value

When you turn cheeseburgers into Wisconsin Cheeseburgers, you’re not just adding extra flavor, you’re adding the prestige of award-winning quality. Quality your customers will pay a premium for.
Click HERE to visit the Wisconsin Cheese Burger page and get the recipe for the Juicy Lucy Sliders with Wisconsin Provolone and Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto shown below!

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Better Bacon Means Better Burgers

Go to the JONES FARM RECIPE PAGE to get the Bacon Stuffed Cheeseburger recipe for April.

Visit the Killer Burger Recipe Vault

Want the recipe for the Double Cheese Poutine Burger shown above? Looking for burger recipes from Bobby Flay, Jamie Oliver, Umami Burger or Michael Symon’s B Spot? Visit BurgerBusiness.com’s Killer Burger Recipes vault. _________________

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BurgerBusiness Poll: Which New BK Menu Items Will Last?

A year ago, Burger King was testing Kraft macaroni and cheese as a possible national menu addition. Big surprise: It flopped. Think drive-thru. But chain menu management is a hit-and-miss proposition at best. Mac and cheese might have made it.bk_brshots

So far this year, Burger King’s menu R&D team has been working overtime. We’ve had BK Burger Shots and BK Breakfast Shots minis. We have grilled pork ribs testing in Nevada and Indiana (at possibly elsewhere). The new BK Whopper Bar is selling a Bourbon Whopper along with Three Cheese and Pepper Bacon versions of a new Steakhouse XT burger. And the chain reportedly has more than three dozen menu items it wants to test, including grilled salmon.

It’s unlikely all these menu items will make the grade, so tell the world which will survive. Choose no more than three.

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