Mason's Grill Bloody Mason (BURN BABY, BURN!)
This year's winner of Thrillist's Search for America's Best Bloody Mary was from Louisiana, created by Kristin Alfandre. Her Bloody Mary used a beef stick as a straw and had a bacon garnish. The Bloody Mary was selected as the winner by event-goers at New York City's Wine &Food Festival Absolut Bloody Mary Brunch as well as the cast of Food Network's Chopped.
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Esquire Network and Budweiser are hungrily on a mission to find the next best iconic classic in St. Louis, the birthplace of burgers and Budweiser. A new generation is looking to take burgers to a whole new level, and that means a bigger, better, more adventurous experience that dares the taste buds. In this six-part competition series The Next Great Burger, ingenuity is on full display as backyard barbecue kings and up-and-coming culinary hopefuls have a shot to showcase their perfected version of one of the nation’s greatest obsessions: the burger.Judge and co-host chef JJ Johnson, Chef de Cuisine at both The Cecil and Minton's in Harlem, shares his rendention of the next great burger.
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This recipe is from Astoria's Katch Brewery & Grill, and it has you brine the pork shoulder for up to three days so that it's extra moist and tender. This sandwich wouldn't be complete without a coleslaw topping, though, and chef Chad Bowser shares his signature recipe for this, too. 
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Cubano Pigs in a Blanket
A delicious Cuban-inspired pigs in a blanket recipe from Dr. Jason Goldstein. 
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A fried breast of chicken, topped with two dill pickles, and placed on top of a warm, buttery bun? It sounds eerily like a Chick-fil-A sandwich, but the McDonald’s rendition has something unique about it. You not only can enjoy this Southern specialty for lunch or dinner at McDonald’s, but you can have the same chicken recipe for breakfast, too (a biscuit makes a huge difference). McDonald’s customers have loved the simple, tangy, flavors of the sandwich ever since it came out. Click here to see How to Make 10 Iconic McDonald’s Dishes at Home Click here to see 10 Iconic McDonald's Menu Items Recipes
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This recipe is courtesy of LifeWay Foods
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Bourbon Barbecue Sauce Burger
There’s no better way to keep a beef burger juicy than sweet and tangy barbecue sauce. Top yours with Cheddar cheese and crispy bacon for the ultimate grilled burger.
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Deviled Farm Eggs, Four Ways
Toppings are an easy way to makeover classic deviled eggs. Try topping with beet chips with thinly sliced crunchy radish for a dinner party or blue cheese, celery, and hot sauce for the next big game. This recipe comes from Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails in Jacksonville, Fla. Click Here to See More Deviled Eggs Recipes
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Olive Oil-Glazed Salmon, Faisselle Cheese, and Baby Leeks
Seasoned salmon, delicate Faisselle cheese, and marinated leeks: This is one recipe you’ll want to try again and again! Try with a barrel-aged white wine, like a Pessac-Léognan, which echoes the grilled flavor and sesame seeds.
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Grilled Swordfish Sliders with Quick Pickled Onions and Charred Cherry Tomatoes
A quick pickle of red onion serves as a tangy counterpoint to meaty swordfish in this simple slider recipe. And charring sweet, ripe summer cherry tomatoes (I used Sun Gold cherry tomatoes, but feel free to use whatever looks best) gives them an interesting background smokiness that complements their natural sweetness nicely. Together, it's a harmony of flavors and textures, and these lightened up sliders are an appetizer you won't soon forget.
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As the weather cools down, there is nothing like coming home to an apartment filled with the aroma of meat that has been slow-cooking all day. These carnitas made my kitchen smell amazing, and they were delicious and easy to make, too. Click here to see 8 New Pork Recipes   Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Mexican Sliders
Mexican sliders? Sure, why not? This recipe makes three sliders, but you’ll definitely need more than that for a party, especially at the rate these will fly off the serving platter. Scaling this recipe up shouldn’t be a problem, though; you’ll have plenty of aioli as is. — Will Budiaman
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