This burger was inspired by my mother and her love for great food and wine. Pre heat your grill to med-high.
I believe it's hard to beat a classic burger but this one might just do it. It has all the elements of a classic with just a little flare to liven things up.
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This burger is evocative of the sheperd pies loved by the British. And who doesn't love beef and mashed potatoes - topped with onions and mushrooms?
These delicious onion burgers are a hit with the whole family! The smokey flavor adds a true Texas taste that makes each bite as good as the last!
LOTS OF CHEESE, LOTS OF BURGERY FLAVOR AND LOTS OF SURPRISES! WHAT MORE DO YOU NEED TO IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS AT THAT BACKYARD GRILL PARTY!
This burger was inspired from my trips to France. On my first trip I discovered the Croque Monsieur Croque Madame, an open face ham and cheese sandwich with or without a fried egg on top.
These burgers are rich, juicy and packed with an earthy umami flavor of beef, mushrooms, wine, and soy sauce with a wisp of smokiness from bacon.
This recipe incorporates flavorful southwestern spices and good-old American favorites for a festive burger combination.
A new twist on an old standby. Bacon and cheddar have always been favorite toppings on a burger but this recipe packs those great tastes right into a juicy beef burger!
This burger has a taste of the Bayou
This recipe was inspired by my love for hamburgers and Mexican food. My twist is more of a new age fusion style burger.
This recipe was inspired by several of the BBB contest sponsors. Not only did I want to incorporate the sponsors, but I wanted to create a tasty burger in doing so.
I incorporated all the ingredients and flavors of a great steakhouse meal.
This burger may look like a ordinary burger, but when you bite into it, you will be so surprised by the different flavors, it will be a Bar-B-Q surprise.
I wanted to create a steakhouse-style burger with creamy steakhouse mushrooms and a rich, fruited wine sauce.
My grandma Erna has been preserving what she calls Pin Money Pickles for years. Now that the torch has been passed to me, I have created this burger to showcase what is truly a family favorite.
We love BLT's and burgers so I combined the two. Rather than putting the bacon on top of the burger I stuffed it inside. Easier to eat.