Attention, Burgermeisters: It's Battle of the Burgers time again. Think you've got the best burger ever?
Well, it looks as if you might have some stiff competition. Check out this submission from Nancy Jane Richer of Knoxville, Tenn.:
She writes, "Cajun triple sliders is the taste of the bayou in a bun. Angus chuck is mixed with andouille sausage and capers, then placed on a bed of Creole mustard and drizzled with a Cajun Creole sauce. Three sliders are plated for each serving: one topped with roasted red and yellow peppers, another dressed with olive tapenade and the third adorned with pickled okra. Laissez les bon temps rouler!"
Think you can do better? Well, don't just sit there! Show us. Enter our third annual Battle of the Burgers. Submissions end June 3 at 5 p.m.
Go to our L.A. Times Food Facebook page and submit your burger recipe, along with a short essay about why yours is the most amazing burger of all time. Include a photo if you can; voters will want to see proof. (Nancy's photo is pretty tempting!)
We'll take top vote getters and try out the burgers in The Times Test Kitchen. The top five Burgermeisters will get an invite to the Los Angeles Times to have their picture taken with their top burger. We'll feature the photos and recipes in our Daily Dish blog as well as our issue of the L.A. Times Food section that celebrates the Fourth of July. Look for that to come out June 29.