My family is of German descent and since the hamburger was originally made in Hamburg Germany, I thought I would combine some of my family’s favorite flavors.
True to the definition of Luau, this is truely a FEAST of a burger.
this recipe uses some favorite flavors!
This recipe makes small burgers with big taste. It's a simple recipe with simple ingredients.
Inspired by my favorite thing to eat with a nice steak at my favorite steakhouse, I've added the traditional wedge salad as a slaw on the burgers.
If you're looking for a 3 napkin burger this is it! My kids did not know apples were included in this burger! What else can I sneak in their food?
In Ohio, the arrival of fall is accentuated with the annual harvest and use of thousands of apples for all sorts of cooking.
The South can be oppressively hot in the summer and as is typical in warm climes, you need a spicy dish to turn on your internal A/C.
I currently live in Nevada, but I partially grew up in Texas, and I will always carry that state pride that Texans are known for with me.
I grew up in Pacific Beach (San Diego) California, three blocks from the Pacific Ocean and a short drive to Mexico.
Everything is big in Texas! Although I live in Nevada now, I grew up in the Lone Star State, and I will always be proud of that.
This ultimate American burger was created from my love for both Cajun style cooking and good old fashioned Mexican food.
This is a regional recipe from the great mid section of our country. When the air gets a fresh chill the apple orchards are bursting with a wide variety of crisp, juicy selections.
Growing up in New York City gave me the experience of eating food from around the globe. I learned to appreciate good cooking and fresh ingredients.
This is a great local American burger because of its artful invention and assemblage.
As a Southern girl, originally from Gaffney, SC, there are two things I ate a lot of growing up - BBQ and peaches. BBQ is a big deal in the South - smoking, grilling, secret sauce recipes.
This is another creation I've made to humor my husband, who went to college in Morehead, Kentucky.