Just In Time for July 4: Over-the-Top Burgers

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The Fourth of July is right around the corner–but some are getting a bit fancier than others when it comes to grilling burgers for the occasion.

Some have turned the all-American favorite into a high-end cuisine upwards of nearly $100 a plate, or bizarre combinations to confuse the taste buds.
Food and Wine Magazine released a list of over-the-top burgers and a Cleveland burger made the list.
Michael Symon’s B-Spot Restaurant was mentioned for its porky burger, which is topped with pulled pork and bacon.

Click here to see the favorites that topped the list.

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