Occasionally, a single ingredient will inspire me to race home and come up with a new recipe, as was the case when I found some fennel-pollen and lavender-studded goat cheese last summer. ...
Believe me, this burger is delicioso! In Miami’s Calle Ocho (8th Street), a wonderfully sweet, savory burger called a "frita" is made several hundred times a day.
This chicken burger, topped with cotija cheese and jicama slaw and served on onion rolls smeared with Ancho Sour Cream, is bursting with Southwest flavor.
For anyone who loves the sweet pungency of Thai coconut curries, these burgers are the ticket.
New Mexican cuisine is deeply rooted in 4 centuries and 4 cultures – Native Americans, Mexicans, Spaniards, and Anglos – and all blended into a harmonious whole.
My love of Chinese food and a great burger inspired me to create this recipe.
The inspiration for these burgers comes from my fond memory of a favorite aunt who used to refer to other women her age who dressed "with airs" as "mutton dressed as lamb"!