Seattleites are proud to claim Jimi Hendrix as one of their finest exports, long before a string of latte stands put us on the map.
I enjoy hamburgers with a great cup of coffee, therefore, my pursuit for the perfect coffee burger was born.
The South is known for its simple, fresh and unpretentious foods.
Growing up, I spent many weekends in South Texas sitting around smoky campfires, listening to stories and enjoying great food.
I created a burger that combined some ingredients that may have reflected upon what was available to troops at the time of one of the greatest battles in Pennsylvania’s and American history - the G
Liberty steak is the name that was suggested to replace "hamburger" during World War II, like "freedom fries" it didn’t stick.
My family loves juicy burgers packed with flavor, simply put. Growing up in the South, it was hard to resist a good BBQ cooked with a sweet and tangy mustard based sauce.
I was inspired by the exotic flavors of ginger and horseradish,
I like the spicy tastes combined in the meat.
THESE BURGER ARE NOT FOR THE WEAK HEARTED!!!!
The family just calls this the Weird Burger Thing, but it's a major hit. There's something about the Salsa that just kicks this burger into high gear