A real burger isn’t just a bit of meat.
The burger is made from real beef, beef, eggs and bacon.
It’s also made from the bones of a real pig and it’s not just a quick meal for a quick buck.
So what is a real hamburger?
It’s not a piece of meat but a whole, whole meal.
“It’s not cooked but it’s cooked perfectly well,” said chef Pauline Mottram, who was raised in the UK and now lives in Melbourne.
“If you look at a lot of people who do a burger, it’s usually made from bacon and eggs.”
What makes a real bun?
It all starts with the meat.
In Australia, the average hamburger comes from pigs and beef, but not all of the meat is organic.
“There’s a lot that goes into the bun and the cooking process, which is also done by the pig,” Ms Mottrama said.
“You’re not looking at a raw piece of bacon.
You’re looking at whole, healthy and organic bacon.”
It is then ground, roasted, grilled and baked in a separate oven.
“We’re not using anything like a grinder, you can actually use your hands,” Ms Sarni said.
That’s where you’ll find the meat in the burger, which may be beef or pork, beef or chicken, lamb or pork.
And while there are a few different types of burger available, Ms Motto says that there is a special “bun” that’s made from ground beef.
“They’re usually made with a mixture of meat from the ground meat and the ground vegetable,” Ms Karr said.
The bun is then dipped into the sauce and then placed in the bun.
The sauces can range from a combination of sauces made from vinegar, oil, honey, maple syrup, salt and vinegar to a more traditional barbecue sauce, she said.
Ms Motta said it’s important to make sure that the bun has the right consistency and the right flavour before it’s served to guests.
“In Australia, we make sure to make the bun the right size so it’s nice and round,” she said