There’s something on TV right now where a guy is in Connecticut eating a steamed burger. The burger is actually cooked in a steam cabinet. WTFO?
They say that the burger is juicy but the fat and oils are drained off. OK, so maybe it’s somewhat healthy. My dad covered his (extremely large) burgers when he cooked them, then covered them again after adding cheese. Similar concept, but the burger was actually cooked in a pan and the steam was that that was contained under the cover. They were pretty good, but I still preferred cooking mine uncovered. The Clover Grill in New Orleans cooks their burgers under hubcaps, and I liked them.
But I’ve never heard of a burger being cooked in a steam cabinet. It just sounds wrong.