This burger started out as a late night snack. I started to make it with things that were in the house. The dressing was a home made chip dip.
A handful of fried onion straws tops this burger, resembling the tumbleweeds found in the southwest.
I make home made dill pickles and we put them on and in just about everything. I even use the juice in potato salads and the sauce that crowns this pickilous pickle burger.
For six years, I lived on the beautiful island of Oahu.
When I lived in Southern California, I lived next door to the most amazing Mexican restaurant. The food was unbelievably delicious. One of my favorite things on the menu was the Tacos Al Carbon.
Coke Cola, Vidalia onions, and sweet Georgia peaches are what the south is all about. This burger is an amazing treat because it has all these southern specialties together at one time.
The acronym "yooper" refers to people living in Michigan's upper peninsula. My burger includes ingredients familiar to this unique region of diverse heritage.
This is a great local burger burger because ramps are very popular in West Virginia. There are many state festivals and events that celebrate ramps every year. They are actually wild leeks.
My Nutty Sweet-n-Spice Pineapple Burger is a combination of the great flavors that represent Florida.
Sweet is from our tropical influences (pineapple).
Carol's Smokey Sweet Pacific Northwest Burger is a Burger with the influence of the Pacific Northwest.
"Breakfast for Dinner" is a popular concept in many households, so I wanted to create a burger that would combine some of my breakfast favorites!
Tapenas is the provencial word for capers, combined with figs and garlic, the perfect tapenade is born to accompany this lovely burger. "Amburger" is the french pronunciation!
This is a brilliant burger, truly meant for the burger connoisseur. With one bite of the burger you begin to appreciate the fact that the taste matches the name.
On a whim one day, my then boyfriend and I took a road trip from Orlando to Boston, driving through the south.