George Motz is best known for being a burger expert. His documentary and book, Hamburger America is my burger bible and should be a part of every burger fan’s collection. George has also been keeping himself busy with the NYC Food Film Festival and the upcoming Chicago Food Film Festival taking place on September 24 & 25th. So after harassing George a few times, he was able to take time away from ravaging a burger to be put through The Grinder:
BB: What’s more of a crime? Having your Burger cooked well done or having ketchup on your Burger?
BB: If your life ended tonight, where would you eat your last Burger from?
BB: What’s the biggest mistakes most restaurants make when creating “New” Burgers?
GM: Straying from the tried-and-true soft, toasted white squishy bun tends to be the biggest mistake. And most who believe that a white squishy is not gourmet enough is forgetting that the hamburger itself should not be treated like a gourmet item.
BB: How many toppings is too many?
BB: I’m thinking about writing a book entitled Cheeseburger USA, you’re not going to sue me are you?
BB: Is it true Josh Ozersky doesn’t want you on Ozersky.TV?