Few chefs are more synonymous with meat than April Bloomfield. As the mastermind behind NYC gastropubs The Spotted Pig and The Breslin, Bloomfield helped push the limits of the hamburger in the five boroughs. Now, having finally opened her first patty-centric restaurant—Salvation Burger on 51st Street—the Michelin-starred chef has been able to further hone her meaty craft, seen on this episode of Food Skills. To Bloomfield, burger nirvana comes down to balance: a fatty, steak-like patty, a thick slab of beer cheese, and hearty layer of smoked bacon. Available seasonally, grab this version of the Salvation Burger before it vanishes permanently.