By Adrianne Uphold

We asked Mark “Bubba” Snider, one of the two owners of Bubba’s Gourmet Burghers and Beer at Southpointe, how to make the eatery’s juicy, oh-so-good burgers, and here’s what he told us:

We start with a fresh Breadworks kaiser bun.

Then we add fresh leaf lettuce, tomato and onion slices.

Next, we take our signature gourmet “burgher,” which is a blend of prime New York strip, ribeye, sirloin and brisket, sprinkle with Cajun spices, our own secret spices and then sear the patty.

We move the meat to the char-broiler to get it to the right temperature.

Next, we melt some high-end bleu cheese on the burgher, take it off the grill and place it on the bun. Top it with two pieces of thick-cut applewood smoked bacon and slather on our homemade chipotle mayo on the top bun.

Voila!

And no “burgher” would be complete without a side of fresh-cut fries!

Staff writer

Adrianne Uphold is a senior at West Virginia University. Before joining the Observer-Reporter as the summer intern, she was the managing editor at WVU's student newspaper, The Daily Athenaeum. Adrianne also reported for WAJR Radio and Metro News.

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