A taste of the Orient, this Asian inspired burger will take your tastebuds to lands of the East with it's sweet heat and exotic flavor combinations!
We do this for a summer solstice gathering every year, and it means summer is here!
The sweet flavor from the pineapple relish and Gourmet Sauce combined with the spicy kick from the wasabi-horseradish cream sauce marry very well on the palate.
I thought of this recipe because I am quite fond of "blackened" dishes. I did not want it to be too boring though, so I thought I would experiment.
The idea for this burger came from a combination of some of my favorite food experiences.
This is my first time entering in any kind of cooking contest. I am very excited and nervour at the same time. I enjoy cooking for my family and coming up with new recipes.
The hamburger is a German inspired food that Americans eat in abundance.
A delicious beef burger inspired by Pacific Rim fusion cuisine.
A spice burger that takes on the tradition of the carribean and brings your mouth to an island of heat and flavor.
Vermont is pretty much a foodie
This burger was created with taste combinations that I felt would go well together. I also had my picky eaters in mind.
I have had the privilege of doing mission work in Mexico, from working with deaf children in Rio Bravo to helping open a children's home in Monterrey.
I have never been to the South, even the culture seems to be transplanted everywhere, so here's my meat-a-phor of it.
The Basque culture is infused in Northern Nevada, and has been since the first sheepherders arrived here from the Pyrennes. Basque Festivals and restaurants are popular with all residents.
When America was being settled it was a melting pot of cultures from around the world. The Vegas valley where I live has become a melting pot of cultures.
This recipe combines the rich African flavors the slaves brought to the south combined with the quintessential tastes of south eastern BBQ.