What a great burger. So simple, so good, so juicy. The flavors will blend in your mouth and make you say "what a great burger".
I decided to enter my (in)famous C'est La Veal burger because I think French food is often thought of as fussy and reserved only for "special occasions".
This burger was created to symbolize the harvest. The harvest can be interpreted to mean the wine harvest or fall harvest.
Burgers with a blend of sweet pineapple and savory spices.
This marinade worked so well for beef roasts, pork and turkey tenderloins, that I thought it would be a perfect match for a burger.
The Pacific Northwest, and specifically the State of Washington, is renowned for its tender & delicious Black Angus Beef.
I have been making homemade BBQ sauce for years for all of my friends. I decided to create a burger that would showcase my BBQ sauce and capture Southern style cooking.
After visiting Hawaii Kona island on vacation, I decided to create a burger that would represent the Hawaiian culture and capture the memories I had touring all the islands.
My inspiration for this recipe comes from a family-favorite that my mother has prepared for years! Her Boston-baked beans are a frequent request of family members and friends!
I was on a short vacation in Germany last summer and enjoyed some street food, especially the Curry Wurst.
Something wonderful called "pin money pickles" became a midwest favorite when they were first used in the rail car venues of the Pullman Railroads.
I have never traveled to Morocco, but if I did I know I would be thrilled with the spices and flavors that this colorful country offers in their everyday cuisine!