A delicious combination of seasonal favorites from Montana. Fresh huckleberries are ideal for the salsa but this ready substitute is yummy too.
Savory, spicy, smoky burger, named for the historic Anaconda Company smelter stack, a tourist attraction, that still graces the hillside of this former mining community.
This recipe will be sure to wake up your taste buds! Delish.
This out-of-the ordinary burger, using ground "corn beef" is bound to create conversation around the grill!
This is inspired by a burger that a was on the menu at a local canteen from when I lived in Australia.
This a simple yet great tasting burger! It will wow your guest and be a real crowd pleaser. So easy anyone can prepare and serve this sweet and fiery alternative to the common burger.
A beef & pastrami burger (with challah bread crumbs) is topped with melted Emmenthal cheese, poppy seed cole slaw, and dill pickle slices and served on a toasted onion bagel with whole grain Di
A hearty and tropical creation. Designed to pique both the sweet and spicy side of your taste buds. Wash it down with a nice glass of wine or Beer, this burger is at home anywhere!
I dare you to say it five times fast!This is the Beef Brisket Burger with Blue Cheese Coleslaw. The south has their signature pork and 'slaw sandwich,well, I'm gonna beef it up!
A sweet and tangy burger with a punch.
I came up with the name of this burger due to the bold combination of pineapples and jalapenos. This sweet-hot burger is truly a treat for the tastebuds.
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.
The flavors of my favorite "tacos al pastor" were the inspiration for this burger. The combination of smokey chipotle peppers, sweet pineapple and a hint of corn make these burgers irrisistable.
In a recent trip to Hawaii, I learned that a Paniolo is a Hawaiian cowboy. I wanted to capture the essence of the Hawaiian Islands in this delicious beef burger.
My family is of German descent and since the hamburger was originally made in Hamburg Germany, I thought I would combine some of my family’s favorite flavors.
Fast and easy to prepare, this combination of flavors will leave your mouth wanting a second burger!
Hawaiian pineapple gives this burger its fresh island taste and balanced sweetness.
this recipe uses some favorite flavors!