My inspiration for this recipe are the amazing Hatch green chiles that my home state of New Mexico is famous for.
I love sage, bacon and onions together. I think they work very well with the rich beef and smoked cheese.
The combination of watermelon & tomato is my new favorite. My family & friends were skeptical, but everyone has been plesantly surprised by this recipe. I think you
I'm a 22 year old Ozark gal who loves to cook, especially gourmet burgers. This burger is a "country" burger, inspired by the Ozarks. Hillbillies like good burgers, too, you know?
This burger was actually derived from having available ingredients at home with fresh herbs in the garden.
When I first heard about your contest, I began by focusing on creative ways to enhance beef flavor without relying heavily on favorite standbys such as raw garlic, raw onion or black pepper.
Inspired by my family's love of South American Chimichurra sauce, this tasty burger with interesting combinations of sweet, salt, spice, and smoke is easy to make for simple gatherings.
Plank grilling is very common in Alaska for a variety of meats and fish. Legend has it that American Indians have used this style for centuries, believing that it lends to healing and powers.
This recipe started as my "famous" fish tacos, using tuna and the same chilies. As a burger, it's a moist, spicy, and hearty sandwich.
These Burger Sliders pairs the great flavor of American Beef and Tropical fruit with the unique taste of Hawian sweet Bread.
This burger uses fresh locally grown ingredients from New Jersey. It takes come time to make, but is well worth it in the end. Add ingredients to your liking. There is no set recipe.
I thought it would be interesting to make a burger that was an entre and a desert.
I love the taste of blue cheese with wine so it only made sense to combine the two to make an out of this world hamburger for entertaining with friends.
After moving to Maui 10 years ago I fell in love with the multi-cultural flavors here and this burger features the best of Hawaii’s local products and tastes.
Multiple cultures, heritages, and traditions blend together in South Louisiana cooking.