Nancy Silverton’s New Burger Is a Juicy, Barely Cooked, Perfectly Constructed Marvel

Silverton is slinging burgers at Chi Spacca on Saturdays—you just have to get your hands on one before they sell out
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • October 9, 2020
She might be best known for her pizzas, pastas, breads, and salads, but Nancy Silverton loves a good burger. For years, she’s hosted regular burger parties at her home in Windsor Square, but she’s never served one at any of her current...
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