Tired of the traditional and bland burger. Try the "Minnetonka Burger" created by the Goeman's from the land of 10,000 lakes. This isn't your one handed burger!
I am first generation American.
This burger was inspired by an awesome Swedish meatball recipe. The addition of pickled beets, cucumber and onions in sour cream and dark rye transformed it into a handheld smorgasbord.
Hi. I recently found linguica in my local store and Portuguese rolls at the Fresh Market. These reminded me of my roots in Provincetown, MA on Cape Cod.
My wife and I love the flavors of Veal Saltimbocca so here is our version of a very sexy and romantic dish in the form of a burger. :)
This burger is very nutritious. Bison, sunflowers, chokecherries, mustard, and horseradish are indigenous to North Dakota.
My husband was born and raised in Dodge City, Kansas. I just love Kansas and love living here in Wichita. I tried to use all of the Kansas ingredients I could think of.
This burger has various levels of flavor and texture The sweetnees of the syrups and the spicy flavor of the adode sauce blend perfectly in the burgers.
This is a non-traditional method for preparing a hamburger by cooking on indirect heat and smoking it using wood chips wrapped in foil which are then placed on the grill over direct heat.
this burger came about because of too many leftover wine bottles from a party that didn't have any tops to recork the bottle.tasty burger and very juicy.Plus we use the best wine!
My Little Italy- Big City Burger was inspired by an Italian-American sandwich (the Hot Dago) served in my old neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota.
We first had Beef/Buffalo hamburgers in Kauai and really enjoyed them, we've been eating them ever since.
We like this lighter grnd turkey version of our falcon burger, (also entered in contest) It is tasty and the kobe/grnd chuck gives it a little more flavor.
A burger in the italian tradition.
I AM RETIRED FROM THE BANKING BUSINESS. THROUGH THE YEARS, MY GREATEST JOY HAS BEEN VOLUNTEERING MY COOKING SKILLS TO VARIOUS NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
For as long as I can remember, I have always loved gravy. If anybody created a gravy sorbet, I would try it.
A blend of special Greek ingredients make this big burger successful in pleasing any Greek God.
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!