My parents have retired to a small farm in Maine, in the foothills of the White Mountains.
I love the balance of sweet and savory with a little tart and smoke, so, of course, my home test kitchen opened to create a Strawberry BBQ Sauce. And wow this is a combination!
My inspiration is a flavorful Spanish chorizo that was served at parties by a Spanish family I knew in college.
I have always been inspired by Korean flavors. In this recipe I have incorporated some of my favorite Korean ingredients to make a sublime burger.
In this burger, I employ my unique creation: Chipotle Bacon Maple Jam. It really does wonders to the burger, which is simultaneously sweet and spicy and a little bit smoky.
This is my tribute to this culinary wonder on a bun, with a sweet and spicy green-curry glaze, a little nugget of salty pancetta, creamy minted basil aioli, the crunch of roasted cashews, and a tan
This burger celebrates the collaboration of our American burger with the bold and vibrant flavors of Morocco.
This is a great burger to serve at your next party. It has a great fresh taste.
I am always drawn to recipes that reflect where the recipe creator is from, so I decided to follow that mode when I invented this burger.
An Italian twist on one of my favorite retro sandwiches: the patty melt.
This burger is as local as it gets, both in taste and ingredients.
My burger recipe is a tribute to the creative and trend-setting cooks across the country who have been instrumental in reviving a culinary sense of pride in Regional American Cooking.
Spicy garam masala seasoned lamb contrasts with salty bacon and sweet dates.
My burger captures the true essence of Spanish cooking with pickled saffron pears, smoky paprika aioli, crispy prosciutto and a Manchego cheese topped beef patty.
Although it is a cuisine you don’t see too much in America, Indonesian food is so tasty with its bright flavors combined with some serious spice.