This burger was created out of frustration of wanting something different aside from the average run of the mill hamburger.
Enjoy this mixture of fruity and tangy flavors. Just watch out for the kick of the habaneras!
I came up with this burger when I saw your ad in the magazine. I love the sweetness of pineapples and teriyaki sauce, and the mild spicyness of ortega chiles.
My husband Tony and I came up with this idea after a vacation to Florida.
Big on taste and easy to make!
I first tasted the combination of Pecans and hot sauce too many years ago to mention and have always found the combination irresistable.
I have only had positive remarks on my burgers!! Charcol is the key!! It's very flavorful. Filled with fresh ingredients!!
I started a catering business and was looking for a way to jazz up a barbecue when my wife gave me a bag of avacados. She does not like whole avacado pices but love them mashed up.
This rustic style burger brings back all of our favorites on a hamburger.
Hello All, I'm from Chicago, IL and currently working as a buyer. I've been married for 5yrs this July, and we're proud parents of a little girl.
This is an easy yet delicious escape from everyday burgers. Anyone can make them and they have a taste that is all there own. A little sweet and and little spicey what could be better!
"Seasoned grilled hamburger topped with a strip of bacon stuffed together with crushed pineapples, sweet juices bursting from inside giving you that carribbean vacation vibe." Prep Time: 5/7 Minute
This burger combines the great taste of beef with a breakfast flare.
This is one bad burger! Hope you enjoy the flavor.
The burger is simple and tasty, and the spread is delicious and addicting. Everyone who has eaten this burger has given me nothing but compliments. Try it, you will love it.
I've been making these burgers for about 20 years and have had nothing but rave reviews. The sauce is amazing and the hickory smoked bacon cooked like this is delicious.
If you like German food, then this burger is for you! Knowing how popular Tex-Mex, Oriental and Asian foods are, I thought perhaps a Bavarian burger would be a change of pace!
My apple and roasted pecan salad was my inspiration for this burger. To give it a new kick, I marinated the apples in the White Zinfandel, and what a kick it was!!
This is a great burger to start your day out on the range. It combines burger, sausage, eggs, cheese, bacon, pancakes, biscuits and maple syrup.
I would like to introduce you to the area in which I live...we are in Upstate NY by the Vermont border...because of our geographical location and the impressive LOCAL products we have here...I came