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Burger Dive Wins Big in Burger Bash

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A local burger restaurant owner wows the judges with a tasty burger at a national competition called the Burger Bash. The Burger Dive won Red Robin's Best of the Bash award, and a $10,000 prize.

Chef Brad Halsten traveled to Miami Beach, FL for the competition. He served judges the Blackened Sabbath burger, with ingredients like bacon, garlic basil mayo, goat cheese and Sriracha. Halsten got to meet Food Network stars like Robert Irvine and Rachel Ray. He said Rachel Ray even tweeted about the burger after tasting it.

"It's really a treat and privilege to be able to do that actually," Halsten said. "To come across the country and show people that maybe haven't been to Montana that you know what, we do have some great quality food where we're from too."

Most of all, Halsten said he wants to thank all his customers who supported him for all these years. He said they are the ones who helped make this possible.

Halsten said the burger will also be featured in Red Robin restaurants nationwide in the future.

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