Nothing enhances the flavor of pork like the sweet taste of apple. And if you add more sweet goodies. OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!
This is a great burger that appeals to every pallet I've come across, included picky children.
this is a burger combination i came up with for a new spring menu @ my cafe. a regular customer; (and good friend) raves @ these burgers & since has convinced me to enter the recipe.
It is important to know that there are several steps to making this burger. The burger itself does not exceed the rule of 16 ingredients, but the other steps certainly do.
I had several items on my grocery storage shelves gathering dust (mint syrup, gumbo soup, and spiced apples). They were screaming to be used for somethng special.
This burger is inspired by my upcoming honeymoon to Hawaii, and an article I had read about kalua pig and poi, two very traditional Hawaiian foods.
a good customer talked me into entering this contest. this is a burger i have on my menu at my cafe. hope you enjoy.
When writing my burger recipe I thought of using salsa as a relish to give it a Mexican feel.
When my husband and I moved to Central Florida 23 years ago, I had no idea that I had been missing out on one of the best types of food there is -- Latin food!
This tasty burger will take care of big appetites which is helpful with a family of seven! It was inspired by a friend’s gourmet chicken salad recipe that we can’t get enough of.
This turkey and pork sausage burger with Provolone and apple/cherry/almond chutney is a winner with my family. I feel like I've created a very healthy meal in a bun.
These make a great brunch dish.
This burger was created with the intention that the consumer would not need any aditional condiments on top of the burger. It is a combination of fresh ingredients and quality products.
Hi, I'm Marybeth. I had one of those nights when I wasn't sure what I was going to make for dinner, looked through the fridge, had some cilantro, tomatoes, limes and some goat cheese.
The Hatch chile is truly a unique and special delicacy that should absolutely be celebrated when in season and when you can find them.
This refreshing burger is born out of the need to use leftover watermelon! The addition of grilled watermelon and pineapple is a refreshingly light and tangy addition to the spice of the burger.
Liking grilled watermelon on my burger, thought I would up the ante by adding more fruit and a hint of teriyaki.
This burger is a spin-off from the Swiss Rösti (potato hash) and the ever so present bratwurst in that country. Combined the two are a perfect pair in this burger.
I wanted to make an alternative burger that was an alternative to meat. I'm not a vegetarian, but I enjoy vegetarian food. This is a good burger to make if you have vegetarian friends.
My family loves this chutney. I make it up now and keep in the refigerator. It is wonderful on chicken and pork sandwiches.