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Classic Ultimate Hamburgers

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Grilling up a burger-one your guests will rave about-isn’t exactly rocket science, but there are a few tricks to elevating your burgers to ultimate status. To prevent burgers from falling apart, turn them only once, and never press on a burger with a spatula. All you’re doing is pushing all the juice out of the burger. Another trick to getting an evenly cooked burger is to put a depression in the center of each patty before you put it on the grill. (Watch the There’s a Better Way video on How to Shape Burgers to see this tip in action).
This recipe is excerpted from Grillin’ with Gas.
Get even more handy burger tips from the Guide to Grilling.

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Fourth of July Mixed Berry Cobbler

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This oversize red, white, and blue cobbler is designed to feed a Fourth of July party crowd. Crystallized ginger adds a little zing to a standard cobbler topping. Although this is a classic summer cobbler, it can be made successfully out of season with frozen berries (no need to thaw). The recipe is easily cut in half; bake it in a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate for forty to forty-five minutes. Crystallized ginger is fresh ginger that has been dried and preserved in sugar. Good-quality crystallized ginger should not be fibrous, and it should be moist and tasty enough to eat out of the bag.
This recipe is excerpted from The Seasonal Baker. Read our review.