Our Motto is " No one leaves hungry" Mike makes a stuffed burger that few can finish. Most choose to split one but they are beyond yummy.
This burger was created in the spring of 2006 because I knew that I was moving to Arizona. I moved to Arizona from Michigan and I wanted to create something that was southwestren in style.
These mouth-watering burgers have just the right amount of spice to turn an ordinary night at the house into an exotic culinary adventure.
Chocolate just isn't for dessert! The hint of chocolate and mint in these burgers is a nice counterpoint to the tanginess of the gorgonzola topping.
This burger takes it's cue from the famous appetizer. It combines the great taste of the cooked beef, the heat of the dipping sauce and the crunch of the onions.
I like to use all local ingredients to keep the burgers fresh. There is nothing better than sitting out on the deck mid-autumn as the leaves are changing, with the cool crisp air on your face.
My sons Hispanic soccer buddies are always over at the house eating the cupboards bare after practice. I made this burger for the my son's soccer teammates who have an enormous appetite.
The Fall Season, which is a wonderful but fleeting season in Florida
I love the ingredients of the American Southwest so I created a burger using ingredients from that region. The Blue Corn chips will add an extra crunch to the burger.
I love the taste of hickory smoke. Where there is good smoke, there is good BBQ. There is nothing like the smell of wood burning for hours in someone's backyard.
As I was watching one of my favorite movie with a bowl of popcorn in hand, I got my ah-hah moment............to create a burger with popcorn. Everyone loves popcorn !!
I spend a lot of time traveling for work overseas. I absolutely love to buy the spices from the country I am visiting and create some American favorites with my new International spices.
After a trip to Memphis this summer, I became hooked on the savory and spicy flavor of this colorful city's dry barbeque rub.
Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant, created the Caesar Salad on July 4, 1924.
I was born and raised in Indiana, which truly is the heartland of America. I’ve definitely tried to bring together a lot of great Indiana-based ingredients in this Big Ten burger.
This Burger takes its inspiration from a classic hors d'eouvre of pepper jelly over Cream Cheese served with crackers.
Cool nights in the South can mean only one thing….it’s time for friends to gather, football to be watched, and good food to be eaten!
I entered the contest for the first time last year with a fairly complicated Indian-inspired burger with several exotic ingredients.
The spicy serrano chiles are balanced with the sweetness of jicama and roasted corn salsa for burgers with a southwest flair.