When I was a kid growing up, I would always order Bacon Cheeseburgers. They never were quite tasty enough for me. I had to improve on them.
This is a wonderful bacon, zucchini, and swiss cheese stuffed burger with the sweet wine mixture
A great burger for the all american backyard cookout.
I came up with this burger when I saw your ad in the magazine. I love the sweetness of pineapples and teriyaki sauce, and the mild spicyness of ortega chiles.
I had these burgers at my uncle's house and just had to have the recipe. They are delicious! The reason for the word killer should be explained in the ingredients!
This is a Burger for the Smelly Cheese Burger Lover in you. This is a Fan Fav at Tailgate Parties at Miller Park before Brewer games.
The Netherlands has a long relationship with Indoneasia. When traveling in Holland you often go to an Indoneasian restaurant and have a ricetofel. Hope spelled it correct.
I created this when I was having all of my husband's family over for dinner. Everyone loved it...
Brisk days tailgating or warm days of spring and we serve these burgers to friends and family. The burgers are a snap and a little prep goes a long way!
This burger is fit for a king. The cajun taste with a relish made out of oranges, red peppers,olives, onion, is an irrestible burger.
The idea for this burger came from a salad dressing that I love to make.
We use this recipe when we have a lot of people to feed, which is often. It can be doubled or tripled. Everyone loves it because it is moist and delicious and no condiments are needed.
I just made this for dinner tonight . Wanted to write it down before I forgot it. Then I decided it was good enough for a contest. It was absolutely YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!
I have only had positive remarks on my burgers!! Charcol is the key!! It's very flavorful. Filled with fresh ingredients!!
I started a catering business and was looking for a way to jazz up a barbecue when my wife gave me a bag of avacados. She does not like whole avacado pices but love them mashed up.
Hello All, I'm from Chicago, IL and currently working as a buyer. I've been married for 5yrs this July, and we're proud parents of a little girl.
This burger is a fantastic summer cook-out menu item. However, it could also be a great way to bring that summer grilling feeling indoors during the cold winter months.
My husbands family uses the sweet and sour sauce as a dipping sauce for egg rolls (Lumpia) that they learned to make while stationed in Manila in the 1950's.
The bacon bits cooked inside the burger keeps it moist and adds a delicious hickory flavoring.