Firecracker Burger at Skybox Sports Bar & Grill

Here’s a hamburger so hot you’ll have to sign a waiver to order it–literally. The 8-ounce patty is blended with Bhut Jolokia chili pepper, rated the world’s hottest pepper in 2007. It’s also covered with pepper jack cheese and chipotle salsa for good measure. If you do manage to finish this smoking-hot meal, you can extinguish the flames with an ice-cold draft beer, yours on the house. And no, refunds are not offered if you can’t make it through your meal. $18, in Aria, 590-8545.

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Down to the Bone

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Down to the Bone

By Max Jacobson

Summer means outdoor grilling and, if you’re gonna do it right, a trip to a quality butcher shop. We’re fortunate to have many local options. The supermarket chain Cardenas has various cuts popular at the Mexican table, such as carne asada; the Chinese-owned 168 Market cuts beef and pork to order for stir-fries; and Whole Foods Market offers organic chicken and boutique meats, at premium prices. High-quality and specialty meats are also available at competitive prices through local specialty retailers. Here is a short list of where to buy that favorite cut:

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