Sometimes it’s the simple things in life that make all the difference, like with these basic bacon cheeseburgers that use Swiss cheese rather than more common choices like American or Cheddar. It’s just the right amount of flare to make these burgers unique and memorable in our books.  Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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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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Don't just make sliders — make international ones, like American, Italian, and Southwest varieties. The American is a classic combination of Cheddar cheese and bacon, the Southwest gives guacamole a new meaning beyond a dip for a chip, and the Italian solves the dilemma of whether to serve meatballs or sliders at your next party.  Click here to see more recipes from HUNGRY. 
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Tuna Sliders
Here's a Japanese-inspired tuna slider recipe that's absolutely mouthwatering. A little green wasabi tobiko and spicy mayonnaise (both easily found at a Japanese supermarket) lend a kick to the fatty tuna, and just a little time in the refrigerator and a short trip to the grill are all that are needed to get these patties on some buns. See all slider recipes.
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Brisket Sliders
For easy eating during the Oscars, enjoy these high-brow sliders at your next viewing party. For more Oscar-worthy tips, click here!
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Spicy Crab Salad Sliders
This is the perfect summer dish for seafood lovers (like me) who also enjoy that extra kick of spice. It's also quite versatile — suitable for a large backyard barbecue, a simple dinner for two, or even a snack on the beach. Sliders have already established themsevles as the ultimate "mini" treat, and this interpretation keeps things fresh and flavorsome.
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For your next tailgating party, make these sliders. With a limited cost of store-bought ingredients, they're fun and great to serve when you have a lot of people coming over.     
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Next-Day Turkey Sliders
Use leftover Thanksgiving turkey to make these delicious sliders topped with creamy Brie. Food Network star Robert Irvine and Gold’s Gym have teamed up for Trim the Fat Friday: offering healthy alternatives to traditional recipes and opening up Gold’s Gym locations nationwide for FREE on Friday, November 28, inviting people to come in and work off their Thanksgiving meal. Click Here For More Thanksgiving Recipes
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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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“This is a simple dish that anyone can make especially for the busy working professional,” says Chef Chris Haywood. “It’s easy, healthy, delicious and full of flavor.” — Chef Chris Haywood of Injoyfoodfitness.com Click here to see 10 Amazing Chicken and Avocado Recipes
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Pan de Bono Sliders
In this recipe for sliders, pork tenderloin medallions pair wonderfully with pan de bono, a Colombian yucca cheese bread, and fried plantains. A little onion slaw and fried egg tops off this hearty and satisfying snack. See all pork recipes.
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Smoky Joe Slider
This is a smoky twist on a traditional “Sloppy Joe,” served up mini-style on slider buns. I especially love the subtle sweet flavor that blueberry adds to barbecue sauce — who knew? Because it isn't bound in a patty, you can also sneak much more nutritious purée into this dish.Click here to see 7 Quick Tips for Slimming Down Comfort Foods.
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