A great burger for pepper lovers.
This is the first cooking contest I've ever entered. I love to BBQ, trying different combinations, ajusting to taste. Trying to find what appeals to me and my family is what makes cooking fun.
This is a a burger that is to mirror the light, refreshing Panzanella salad.
This recipe takes a bit more prep than the average burger, but the extra time is well worth it. I hope you enjoy.
This burger was inspired by all of my favorite pizza flavors! Our friends have requested that we bring this burger on our shared vacation.
This is a variation on meatloaf. I have been making it for years. With the right technique, they come out great.
Thirty-seven years ago I married into a Basque family and now living in Nevada have come to appreciate the culinary heritage of the Basques.
Lately there have been many recipes using coffee as an ingredient and other recipes using chocolatein svory dishes. I decided to combine the two and make a mocha burger!
This burger celebrates the flavors of Catalonia, Spain: the olive oil, almonds, smoky paprika, and sherry vinegar. I hope you will enjoy this “trip to Spain” them as much as I do.
These are real summertime backyard grill burgers, with ripe tomatoes, bell peppers, and cucumbers.
I love cooking. I am a novice cook who just recently discovered what real cooking is all about. My family and friends are reaping the benefits and loving every moment of it. They think I am a pro.
Grilling burgers is a weekly event with my family. This contest has brought a lot of pleasure to our household. Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family did creating it with me...
This recipe is prepared on a hot charcoal fire with indirect heat available.
I wanted to make a burger that said Italy with every bite.
Smokey, sweet, spicey mix of ingredients that make a tastey combination.