Traditional bacon cheeseburger with a crunchy apple & onion salsa topping.
Enjoy this sweet and juicy beef burger on a hot summer day along with a glass of Sutter Home Chardonnay wine.
I am a University Administrator at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. I have a Master's degree in Developmental Psychology. I was born in England, grew up mostly in Europe: England, Italy, and Germany.
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.
The unusual name comes from the ingredients - granny smith apples, slaw, and jack cheese - aka, Granny Slacks. This is a great family-friendly burger - even granny's approve! :)
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.
As much as I like summers here in New Hampshire, I love the fall season much more. I savor the smells and the sights that fall bring to New England.
I have been making the BBQ sauce for 3 yrs now and everyone loves it, so I decided to incorporate my sauce in a burger. So far, it has been a great success.
The Midwest Pumpernickel Butter-Burger celebrates the flavors of the Midwest. I tried to use local products, such as, honey, sausage, apples and white cheddar cheese.
When we were growing up in the state of Washington my two brothers and I picked Delicious apples by the bushel! And we ate apples prepared every which way.