These burgers combine the flavors of two of my favorite winter comfort foods - hungarian goulash and beef stoganoff - into a satisfying summer supper.
I love grilled vegetables.
I came up with the idea of this burger thinking about my cultural roots.
This burger was created by using simple but key ingredients that complement each other and enhance the overall flavor.
One Sunday afternoon, my family asked for burgers to eat while watching ball games.
An “East Meats West” burger using Chinese stir-fry ingredients.
The tangy Mexican flair of this burger chases the doldrums away!
I don’t have all the fancy tableware for all the different special occasions; so I use the colors in the food to show off the festivities.
This is a burger recipe that uses a combination of ingredients that are indigenes to the Mediterranean regions.
This is a case where kabob meets burger. What a wonderful romance it is. The hearty flavors of grilled pepper, onions, and mushroom on a sirloin burger.
These burgers offer a taste that reminds you of the Northern California town. A little bit cowboy but with a hint of the Mexican heritage. In this burger we get great taste and sophistication.
Peppers adds color and flavor to a burger with an already good homemade flavor. Serve with fries to get the drippings. Your friends with love them!
The burgers have a wonderful aroma of the wine, and it made for a very tasty burger. The acidity of the wine was nicely complemented by the delicious cranberry honey mustard.
I created this recipe to combine some of my favorites flavors - great burger, grilled vegetables, and ratatouille. This just feels like summer to me!
I like to do gardening, artwork, and cookout for family & friends. I like to create new recipies and experiment with my cookouts. I'm sending one of my recipies for your contest.
I have a love for Cooking! I like to try new things. We are always having cooks out here on the weekends. We Mesquite grill almost everything.
I developed this recipe with my family. I am a native to the southern Appalachian mountains. I remembered that, growing up as a child here my dad loved ramps!
This recipe grew from a love of ripe summer peaches, creamy brie, fresh French bread, and (of course!) lean beef burgers.
As a high school teacher in Montana, my students are rarely exposed to unusual foods and have a tendency to be, well, picky.
The theme for this burger was a combination of bold flavors and simplicity. Freshness is key in this recipe.