This burger is inspired by the popularity of pizza for persons of all ages. The basic recipe can be altered by topping the burger with pizza toppings of choice. Buon Appetito!
The name of my burger is derived from the nickname for Arugula, often referred to as Rocket. The Rocket Burger will transport you to another world, it is so good!
My hobbies include gardening and artwork. I like to entertain my friends and family. As we get together I like to create new recipes when we cook out.
I like to do gardening, artwork, and cookout for family & friends. I like to create new recipies and experiment with my cookouts. I'm sending one of my recipies for your contest.
This is a combination of Louisiana spices mixed with a little Hawaiian flare.
I LIKE BEEF AND CRABMEAT AND AVACADO AND SO I EXPERIMENTED. WATCHING SPONGEBOB WITH MY GRANDDAUGHTER GAVE ME THE IDEA FOR THE NAME
Summers spent on my grandparents farm in New Jersey are the inspiration for my deliciously decadent local yolkal burger.
America-the land where the buffalo roam, and for sure a tastey meat!
The Dane County Farmers Market is one of the features that drew me to Madison, Wisconsin, and one of the resources that keep me here.
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 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.
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.
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.
This burger was inspired by my husband, a hunter. We love venison and this is a wonderful, tasty way to have a burger.
Mmm, mmm, mmm… good burger!
I love lamb but the wife and I fight over how it should be served. I like my lamb chops grilled or oven roasted until medium and served with a wine/au jus herbed reduction.
This is a great burger that appeals to every pallet I've come across, included picky children.
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.