The grill behind the official burger of a Boston Red Sox is introducing a new, limited-edition object to a menu, and this one’s packaged with tumble flavors.
Last week, Tasty Burger debuted a Homegrown Burger, combined by Townsman cook and owners Matt Jennings.
The burger, named after Jennings’ cookbook, Homegrown: Cooking from My New England Roots, is a Thanksgiving lover’s dream: a turkey burger with cheddar cheese, cranberry relish, and Grey Poupon mustard sandwiched between dual halves of a toasted pretzel roll.
“I designed a Homegrown Burger with Tasty Burger to applaud a array of mixture we crave in a Northeast this time of year,” Jennings pronounced in a press release.
The burger is a initial object in a East Coast chain’s Chef Burgers of Boston series, that will move collaborations with internal chefs to Tasty Burger’s Massachusetts locations each other month into subsequent year.
Retailing during $6.25, a Homegrown Burger is accessible by Nov. 30.