This is a burger with some of South Carolina's prized products - Wonderful Fresh Peaches and Great Country Ham! Fantastic!
Turducken is an ole-time southern favorite usually served for special occasions. We really like it so I tried to come up with something we could have more often.
I was making burgers one
weekend of many kinds,
including beef and was
playing with some different ingredients. This recipe was the result of some experimenting. The salsa
My grandmother was from New Orleans and she could cook up some wonderful Creole food.All my memories of her are in the kitchen measuring spices using the palm of her hand and whistling as she cooke
This burger is inspired by the abundance of local country ham in the Smithfield region of Virginia.
A semi-vegetarian delights in a burger with all the trimmings too. A sure to please delicious flavorful burger packed with vitamins and protein.
This is a hamburger that borrows heavily from the tradition of the New Orleans Po-Boy sandwich, a lunch time staple of all good New Orleans area neighborhood restaurants and family kitchens.
a good customer talked me into entering this contest. this is a burger i have on my menu at my cafe. hope you enjoy.
These burgers are light and fres. Use only the very finest ingredients and wine from Sutter Homes.
Here’s a great use for that juicer at the very back of your cabinet.
Here’s a great use for the juicer at the very back of your cabinet.
A gentle nod to our southern heritage, these gumbo burgers combine two of our most favorite dishes: gumbo and hamburgers.
Howdy, My name is Victoria and I am from Carrollton, Texas. I am excited and honored to be sending you my Lonestar Smokey Burger Recipe.
I wanted to incorporate ingredients from the sponsors of the contest, this recipe uses grey poupon, colavita olive oil, and snyder's of hanover pretzels.
Inspired by the Middle Eastern speciality Kefta - tender meatballs, loaded with savory onion, italian parsely and smokey cumin.