SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA – For the second time this academic year Campus Dining has a burger in the James Beard Foundation’s Blended Burger Project.
The Bishop Mountain Burger, the brainchild of Executive Chef Ken Kline, is built on a foundation of 100 percent grass-fed sirloin from Swanton Pacific Ranch, blended 50/50 with portabella mushrooms and stacked tall with melted gruyere cheese, a thick heirloom tomato slice, shredded lettuce, avocado, bacon and chipotle sauce on a buttered and toasted brioche bun.
The Blended Burger Project is an innovative program by the James Beard Foundation that strives to inspire a reimagined burger that is delicious, healthier and more sustainable.
Participants can vote once a day at https://wyng.io/4iP9XZ. The burger is available at Myron’s bistro-style restaurant for a limited time.