Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 14 - 17 minutes Serves: 6
This burger is the poor-man's version of the the expensive dish, but pity the poor rich fella who never tries it!
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
A hearty BIG burger.
Growing up in New York City gave me the experience of eating food from around the globe. I learned to appreciate good cooking and fresh ingredients.
For the past 41 years I've enjoyed cooking almost daily.
I love all burgers, especially stuffed burgers.
We were throwing a BBQ party and we had a platter of my marinated mushrooms as an appetizer. There were a few marinated mushrooms remaining when it came time to serve the burgers from the grill.
I've seen the "specialty" burgers in grocery store cases that have chopped green onions and chopped bacon pieces in the burger patties.
I had some bleu cheese in the house for some reason, and decided to create my own version of my wife's (Amy) favorite burger. According to her, it is her favorite version.
This is a a burger that is to mirror the light, refreshing Panzanella salad.
This is a simple and easy burger to make but tastes delicious. It sounds complicated but even the unexperienced cook can make it just by following the directions.
This burger, which is a variation of the pimento cheese burgers found in the South, is messy and delicious!
This burger was inspired by a recipe for stuffed Portobellos.