My husband and I both love grilled sausage and grilled burgers. I created this recipe to satisfy both of our cravings.
My family and I love the flavors in Italian cuisine, so I thought it would be fun to create an Italian-style burger. The spicy Italian sausage adds a fun, unique twist to the patty.
Recently, my husband and I traveled to the Mediterranean. I created this burger after our travels there.
This burger was created for the West and our soliders. When our soliders fought for our freedom many years ago, one of the meats that they ate was buffalo.
I came up with these burgers after my future husband made me a delicious bolognese sauce that has been in his family for generations.
To add a little spice
This favorful Mediterranean Burger is enhanced with a sweet and spicy curry sauce which gives flair to the taste of the meat.
This is a burger I came up with about a year ago, I grew up with my mother making burgers mixed with peppers and onions but the problem was that they were always burnt on the outside and raw in the
“ This burger is so good, if you put it on yo’ head, yo’ tongue would beat yo’ brains out trying get to it”** This enticing burger with a New Orleans twist combines fresh ground chuck and succulent
This recipe is the joining of two great sandwiches, the muffaletta from Louisianna and the cheese steak from Philly.
We currently live in Pensacola on Florida’s beautiful Emerald Coast. However, we used to live and work in New Orleans, Louisiana.
I created this recipe after my dad suggested a "Wagons West!" burger idea.
This burger was inspired by the Lewis & Clark bi-centennial recently celebrated in Montana and much of the Northwest.
Good-quality meats and cheeses, topped with a rich tomato sauce, make this burger a mouthwatering alternative to the classic Italian dish.
Buffalo, pecans, and okra are all foods grown in Oklahoma and they play a prominent role in my recipe.
Oklahoma means home of the RedMan. Nothing was more American to the old west as Buffalo meat. It
My region is known for it
This is a great alternative to your traditional hamburger but with a sweet and spicy twist. The bacon adds a bit of smokiness that balances out the sweet glaze.
I really enjoy Bison as a red meat but even with it being a leaner meat, it is still tender and juicy when cooked correctly