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".
Hi - I was born in Australia originally, but have been a US citizen for some 30+ years. In Australia, we make mega burgers - enjoyed by all - and here's a sampling of my The Bonza Burger.
Coming from Springfield, Illinois, I call this the Rail Splitter Burger to honor our favorite son, Abraham Lincoln. I do not know if Abraham, he did not like to be called Abe, enjoyed hamburgers.
I have actually submitted this recipe once before, and then abandoned it for several years. I tried again, modifying some ingredients and flavors, and I think it's a good burger.
This recipe will be sure to wake up your taste buds! Delish.
Don't eat for a couple of days before trying this!
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.
Upon discovering the Kona bean and my fantasy of experiencing an exotic brunch on the Hawaiian Islands.... a burger unlike any other was created... The Kona Brunch Burger!
When I first read about the contest in the newspaper I had just finished preparing my menu for a 4th of July barbeque for my family which included traditional all american cheeseburgers.
I JUST LOVE PINEAPPLE AND THOUGHT THIS COMBINATION WOULD BE REALLY TASTY. AFTER MAKING THEM, MY FAMILY JUST LOVES THEM!
I have always enjoyed creating different dishes. On Independence Day of this year I created the Apple Walnut Burger it was a big hit at our party.
Fritas are the fast food hamburgers of Cuba. I decided to utilize this concept to create my version of this hamburger.
I dearly love salsa and found that char-grilling the vegetables gives them a fantastic texture and flavor, not to mention the amazing nectar they produce while cooling.