Nothing enhances the flavor of pork like the sweet taste of apple. And if you add more sweet goodies. OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!
I want you to feel as if you are in the Caribbean capturing the intense flavors.
This fabulous burger could potentially be a bit messy but the entire meal (salad and burger) is well contained in its own bread bowl.
Traditional harvest ingredients like apples, raisins, and spices are found in mincemeat, which is the quick base for these deliciously different burgers!
Just like the cliche of the wholesome, sweet and unassumming girl next door, the Classic Girl Next Door Burger assumes qualitites of such an american ideal.
This burger is to die for. This recipe has become my wife's favorite meal and is also a popular request by the kids.
The patty is composed of dry-aged New York chuck and crumbled applewood-smoked bacon. The burger is then topped with shallots sautéed in white truffle oil and melted Emmenthal cheese.
Hawaiian pineapple gives this burger its fresh island taste and balanced sweetness.
Traditional bacon cheeseburger with a crunchy apple & onion salsa topping.
This is based on Oma's (German for grandma) regular Sunday dinner with the family. It was beef roll-ups with a sweet red cabbage. I thought it sounded like a winning burger.
Not your traditional surf and turf...one half pound burger, kona encrusted and flame broiled for a deep robust flavor topped with slightly sweet fresh white shrimp, a snappy cocktail sauce and a be
Like zebra mussels on the hulls of ships, Wasabi has made its way to the American shore.
I love the old-fashioned patty melt that you get at the diner, dripping in butter and gooey goodness. Well, I wanted to update this classic and really create the best version possible of it.
Nothing beats a summertime evening meal under the stars in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains. Listening to a little night music courtesy of the crickets, frogs, and owls.