We are glad it's summer and grilling time again. These burgers are a favorite of my family - everyone volunteers to help prepare these hamburgers with their spicy festive flavor.
Although I prefer natural lump charcoal for its smokey flavor, there are times when I need to fire up the gas grill for convenience sake.
We do this for a summer solstice gathering every year, and it means summer is here!
The little woman and I recently frequented a small Asian eating establishment in our county of Prince Georges. The wife ordered a bowl of vegetables with beef because she was on a starchless diet.
Paired with Sutter Home Shiraz these burgers taste even finer. These burgers are dedicated to my mother who is a fabulous cook and is forever cooking exotic dishes like Brazilian feijoada.
The hamburger is a German inspired food that Americans eat in abundance.
I love a burger with lots of ingredients, but hate the mess of trying to bite into a huge burger. I thought it would be great if every thing was on the inside!
I have never been to the South, even the culture seems to be transplanted everywhere, so here's my meat-a-phor of it.
This recipe combines the rich African flavors the slaves brought to the south combined with the quintessential tastes of south eastern BBQ.
Cleveland, located on what is sometimes referred to as the American North Coast, experienced a population surge of African Americans during the Great Migration after World War I.
The outskirts of Philly are teeming with country farms offering a wide range of seasonal produce. In getting into the autumn months apples and (especially) mushrooms reign supreme!
The first roadtrip my partner and I took was a whirlwind weekend driving from Chicago to Athens, Georgia to see one of our favorite bands reunited for a one night-only show.