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.
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.
I have a Swiss/German heritage and that is what made me decide to invent a Swiss burger.
I'm a graphic designer and copy writer who loves to cook and entertain.
This burger features ingredients found in popular gourmet salads while enhancing the hearty beef flavor of an American favorite.
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.
â€œWhen my husband goes to Florida on business, he frequently eats at (Don) â€œShulaâ€™s Steakhouseâ€ where, besides a juicy steak, he orders their wedge salad - a wedge of chilled iceberg lettu
Der Knappnberger speaks of all there is in me, as an American and as a Texan. I was born and raised in Texas and I know there is one thing Texans love above all else...breakfast!
I grew up in the Hudson River Valley of New York State, a lush river side area at the foothills of the Catskill Mountains.
This recipe combines the rich African flavors the slaves brought to the south combined with the quintessential tastes of south eastern BBQ.
My Maple Bacon Cheddar Burger with Green Apple Slaw was inspired by several trips to lovely Vermont for the fall foliage.
This burger has all the comforts and flavors of a southern kitchen.
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.
Japanese food is my ultimate favorite food and inspires me to create recipes reflecting passion for its flavors and textures.
Chicago has always been near and dear to my heart. When my husband and I first got married we lived about an hour from Chicago so we would often go into the city on weekends for dinner.