Nothing says Memorial Day better than a savory and juicy burger seared on a hot Kenyon grill.  Worried that your cheeseburger isn’t the best it can be?  With these 5 easy steps you are on your way to burger perfection.

Our Foolproof Tips

The Right Beef

The best burgers are made from freshly ground, high-grade chuck beef in an 80/20 mix.  Try finding a butcher that grinds fresh meat.


Making the Patties

Gently shape 5-6oz of meat into patties just until they hold together and thick enough so they will pick up a grill flavor without overcooking.  The patty should be about 1-inch thick.


Cool the Patties

Chill your patties in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour before you grill them.  They will hold together better and cook more evenly.


The Secret Tip

Make an indentation in the center of each patty with your thumb to help its shape will cooking.


Don’t Press

Never press down on a burger with a spatula when it is on the grill.  By pressing down you push out the flavorful juices.


Our Favorite Burger Recipes


Bases Loaded Burger

This burger is sweet, tangy, crunchy, meaty, and delicious!  Perfect for any game day or picnic.  Click here for the full recipe.

Burger Sliders

Slider burgers are a fun alternative to traditional-size hamburgers, perfect for parties!  Click here for the full recipe.



Pork Burgers Stuffed with Caramelized Onions and Cheddar Cheese

Get Memorial Day and 4th of July ready with these juicy and delicious stuffed burgers!  Sure to please a crowd and have your friends begging for the recipe.  Click here for the full recipe.




Our Pork Stuffed Burgers are easy to make.  See for yourself!

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