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Liberty Market's Burger Daze and Orange Cantaloupe Sorbet in Today's Eater's Digest

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Burger Daze
Ready or not, it's time for Burger Daze! Gilbert eatery Liberty Market is celebrating National Truancy Prevention month, a.k.a. August, with 31 days of burgers. Each day during the month of August the market will roll out a different burger special. You've already missed the California Burger with avocado and swiss and the Greek Burger topped with roasted red peppers and feta cheese -- no worries, they still have 29 to go. Today's burger -- The Guacamole Bacon Cheeseburger complete with melt-y pepperjack cheese and all the fixin's. Look out for future burgers like the Brie and wild mushroom burger and the chip and dip burger topped with potato chips and french onion dip . Don't forget to save your receipts! If you eat ten burgers you will receive a $25 gift certificate. Befriend Liberty Market on Facebook for daily burger updates. 

Summer Sorbet

The sweltering heat is no match for a batch of this refreshing fruit sorbet. Cool cantaloupe and juicy oranges are blended together and frozen for sorbet perfection. Add a couple splashes of Cointreau orange liquor for an extra kick. Click here for the recipe. 

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