Grilled Lean Bison Burger

Railroads in America by Jensen
Railroads in America by Jensen

The Kansas-Pacific Railway promoted buffalo-hunting parties back in 1870. Outside the railroad’s general offices, a taxidermist displays his work.

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Don’t worry; they’re off the endangered species list. The population is stable and you can enjoy a nice sammich, should you so desire.

Slater's 50/50 bison burger in Huntington Beach, CA
Slater’s 50/50 bison burger in Huntington Beach, CA

The OC Weekly raves:

The tangy stack features seasoned ground bison (aka the American buffalo) nestled on a bed of shredded celery and carrots. All that’s topped buffalo sauce-infused sharp cheddar cheese, grilled onions and jalapeños, and then smothered with housemade buttermilk ranch and Frank’s RedHot dressing.

Who could resist?

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9 comments

  1. Very cool Kerbey. Yeah, bison are common around here but very few restaurants serve it and I’ve never partaken. Looks tasty though. I gotta tell you this one – Ha!. As I said a number of farmers have switched their herds from cows to Bison. I was driving south into Toronto in a rural area when I came upon a big field filled with Bison. They were all standing around a huge billboard in the center of the field that read :
    COWS FOR SALE

    I laughed to myself and thought – you can’t fool me.

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