From Hamburger To Hell-Burger
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From Hamburger To Hell-Burger

At Ray's Hell-Burger, owner Michael Landrum uses steak and roast cuts to create a burger that he thinks rivals a steak.Video by Liz Langton/washingtonpost.com

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