Chef Tim Davis, of Caesars Atlantic City’s Seven Star Lounge, recently prevailed at an in-house corporate national burger challenge involving several hundred competitors from restaurants around the country called the Best Burger Battle 2012.
A veteran of 11 years with Caesars, the still-youthful chef worked his way up the old fashioned way; through the line. Beginning his career under the direction of celebrity chef Robert Irvine, eventually toiling at almost every room on the property, he jokes “I’ve been on all the rides.”
This beatific burger will soon be available locally at Caesar’s Cafe Roma and is also featured in Las Vegas at Kerry Simon’s Harrah’s-based emporium KGB (Kerry’s Gourmet Burgers).
Davis recommends the ideal beverage to accompany this delight is Rogue Brewing’s Voodoo Donut (named in honor of Portland, Oregon’s iconic bake shop) Bacon Maple Ale.
Which, for us at least, sounds just about perfect.
If there is any one quality that defines great cooking, it just might be courage. Restaurateurs are largely by nature risk-takers, willing to push and prod their enterprises forward.
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