If there was ever a day worth celebrating, it's International Cheeseburger Day!
And so to mark this very special event in the global food calendar we are honouring the humble cheeseburger AND all burgers, however they come!
Here are some of our favourite recipes to make in your own kitchen today!
1. Popcorn Chicken and Bacon Burger
This insanely good-looking, crunch-tastic burger was created by Cuckoo Callay cafe in Sydney's hip and trendy suburb of Newtown. Now, you can get your hands on one in your own kitchen.
2. Jamie Oliver's Insanity Burger
This has all the makings of a great, classic, juicy beef burger, but the sauce is what makes it a real winner. You can always trust Jamie to deliver!
3. Kangaroo Burgers with Wild Tomato Chutney
This is Australia, mate - and we eat roos for tea! Well, some of us do. Roo meat may be cheap, but serve it up between two soft buns with an apple and fennel slaw, and you've got a rich feast!
4. Pork Belly Burger
This unique burger will certainly impress friends at a BBQ. Pork belly is definitely a great indulgent food for winter!
Tip: Take a look at Donna Hay's tips for the best pork crackling to make sure your pork packs some crunch.
5. Prawn Sliders
One for the seafood-lovers! This fresh favourite will remind you of summer.
6. Cajun Steak Burger
Cajun food is all the rage, so get acquainted with this steak burger! The capsicum "red pepper" mayonnaise is delicious.
7. Grilled Beet Sliders with Guacamole
Finally, one for the vegetarians! While mushroom burgers tend to be the vego favourite, this beet burger is a truly spectacular flavour combo.
8. Pulled Pork Burger
Get your slow-cookers out! Enjoy this pulled pork burger with a side of homemade fries, and you will be in heaven.
Take it back to basics with this American-style cheeseburger. Use top notch Angus beef mince, that gooey American cheese, and top with sauce, pickles, onions and lettuce.
10. Bunless Lamb Burger
George Calombaris is a master of Greek cuisine - so we can certainly trust him when it comes to lamb! If bread isn't your thing, try going for a bun-less burger and topping with a mushroom instead.