Celebrating the fresh produce available at country roadside stands, this vegetable-filled burger is the perfect summer recipe.
My family is of German descent and since the hamburger was originally made in Hamburg Germany, I thought I would combine some of my family’s favorite flavors.
This burger takes the flavor of the classic cobb salad and brings the ingredients to a burger.
If Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie had offered General Santa Anna one of these burgers before the battle of the Alamo, Texas may be celebrating a different Independence Day!
this recipe uses some favorite flavors!
This burger came about while experimenting with several different ingredients including bacon, caramelized onions, and blue cheese to make a filling for an appetizer.
The Northwest Big Blue Bacon Burger recipe came about the night before my family and I went left for a trip.
This burger is the poor-man's version of the the expensive dish, but pity the poor rich fella who never tries it!
These burgers are so good my husband will no longer order burgers out. He says its a waste of time because they just don't compare.
Prep Time: 30 minutes Cooking Time: 20 minutes Prep Ingredients: Cooking Spray Prep Supplies: Food Chopper 2 medium bowls 1 knife papertowels cutting board grilling spatula measuring spoons 2 large
Whether you use a charcoal grill or a gas grill, you will need a medium to hot fire.
Hello, my name is Billy. I'm 27 years old.
Burger is a spicy burger I enjoy on cookouts when camping in the Smoky Mountain region of North Carolina.
Who doesn't love a burger with fixings? With the All-In, the essentials are inside! No more toppings falling on your shirt, in your lap, or on the ground.
In the spring in New England youâ€™ll often find plumes of smoke coming from a shack in the back of many homes. Itâ€™s there where youâ€™ll find maple sap being evaporated into syrup.