This recipe is for 6 burgers.
Really the reason that I have done this recipe was the fact that I watched this on the food network and thought it would be fun to try. And I thought what it could hurt to try.
A simple comfort burger, gooey and juicy, but complex and complete in flavor. A quick and easy way to zip up that boring burger.
The perfect combination of surf and turf; bite down and enjoy!
I created this recipe after watching an episode of Paula Dean's show on Food Network. She introduced me to the idea of a white BBQ sauce and I have been hooked on my own version of it ever since.
A mouth watering experience, if you can get your teeth into it!
This is a burger we make in the summer with friends.
"Savoureux Faux-Filet" is "Savory Sirloin" in French..I love cooking with a French flair, so I decided to create a burger incorporating French flavors.
My girl friend and I were looking for a new way to make a burger that had most of the ingridients inside the burger instead of outside. This is what we came up with
This is a great burger if you are looking for something juicy and great tasting. It has been developed over years of entering the Build-A-Better-Burger contest.
This burger has a great combination of flavors: smoky, savory, sweet, tangy and spicy!
Who doesn't love bacon? It's a family treat around here and so I wanted to build it into a burger with a creamy cheesy topping as well. Yum!
My burger inspired me to write several limericks. Theyâ€™re all in fun. I hope you enjoy them as an introduction to my recipe!
Some burgers are the perfect lunch burgers, some go hand-in-hand with dinner, and some have late-night written all over them.
This burger was inspired by ingredients purchased at a farmer's market in one of my favorite summer towns; Port Austin, Michigan in the "Thumb" of Michigan.
My family and I like to try different things, and I love the combination of sweet and spicy.
This delicious burger combines some of the traditional British specialties like Worcestershire Sauce & Stilton Cheese with some of the more exotic British Empire fare such as the Indian influen