One of my favorite places to buy ingredients is the Philadelphia Italian Market. It is on 9th street in Philadelphia.
A taste of the Carribean so fresh and flavorful that you feel you are at some exotic beach soaking up the sun. At least that is how we feel when I make these tasty, juicy burgers.
This recipe is dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill, who with her Joyful Vegan epiphanies have inspired me to follow a life friendly lifestyle.
This is a true alternative burger deliciously made with fresh ingredients and no meat.
This burger is inspired by the national dish of Spain.
This is a wonderful burger that could be enjoyed for lunch or dinner and this way paired with multiple beverage options for any occasion.
This is a delicious alternative burger which is high in protein and gets much of your vegetables in for the day as well.
The great state of Kansas where we now live, and my home state of Nebraska, both graze amazing bison. We love the hot of the burger & the sweet of the peach pico in the summer.
Wyoming is traditionally a very pro-beef state. Ranching is an important part of our economy and lifestyle.
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.
The inspiration for this recipe was to come up with best tasting veggie burger for my picky vegetarian daughter and for Build a Better Burger, 2011.
i bought a large amount of ham and I always divide it up into meal sized portions, date and label.
Mmm, mmm, mmm… good burger!
Nothing spells comfort food like hot off the stove beef stroganoff.
This recipe combines the subtle flavor of fresh tarragon and pinot grigio.
My brother finally settled down after 42 years with a gorgeous Cuban woman. Our first Christmas she made Cuban Roast Pork, Jasmine Rice and black beans. We were forever hooked on Cuban food.
This recipe is an alternative recipe which is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It is great for vegetarians, vegans, dieters, and those who just want to eat healthier.
The traditional clambakes were held at the beach as the food was cooked over a steady fire.