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Perfect 4th of July burger recipe

Celebrity chef, cookbook author and “Winningest Woman in Barbecue” Melissa Cookston shares her recipe for a juicy Deep South Burger for Fourth of July celebrations. Plus, make it extra special with Pimento Cheese. “A good juicy burger topped with melted pimento and cheese makes for a good day,” Cookston said. DEEP SOUTH BURGERS WITH PIMENTO […] The post Perfect 4th of July burger recipe appeared first on Roamilicious.
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