This burger was inspired by my ten year old son Henry. We love to cook together and the first meal he made on his own was Pasta Puttanesca.
This burger started from an adaptation of my great-grandmother’s meatball recipe, which I wanted to update with an oriental theme.
Growing up in Chicago, the bedtime stories my father told us consisted of the adventures he had as a boy in Chicago.
This burger was inspired by my mother and her love for great food and wine. Pre heat your grill to med-high.
Satisfying my family's differing taste buds is never an easy project to undertake, but hamburger's always seem to fit the bill.
My husband and I host our own Iron chef competitions. One of our competitions was for burgers. The following recipe is what I made for the competition and won with.
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?
My mom always wanted to ensure everyone had plenty to eat and these burgers do ensure that this is the case. They are full of flavor of the old world as well as America.
Classic flavors are paired to create this savory and satisfying meal. Serve these burgers alongside sliced tomatoes or sautéed mushrooms, and pair with your favorite Sutter Home red wine.
These savory, juicy burgers are full of mouth-watering flavor. Pair them up with a delightful Sutter Home Cabernet Sauvignon for a complete taste experience...enjoy!
Hi, Introducing the Tequila Shot burger. Different, but delicious. I hope enjoy the recipe.
This has to be my favorite hamburger! Who doesn’t love surf-n-turf?!?
The inspiration for this burger comes from "The Plowman" served in English Pubs. The original pub favorite has crusty bread served with English Cotswold cheese.
We always ate plain hamburgers at home. The only variation was cheese. When I started cooking I loved experiementing with all foods, including burgers. Following is one my experiments.
My name is Marybeth I live in Brick NJ. I am very happy to say that this is the 2nd recipe I am entering.
Mint and onions grow wild in the Rocky Mountains and along our rivers and creek beds, and were used by the nomadic Blackfeet, Crow and Cree Indian Tribes of Montana to flavor their stewed meats.
This burger was created to symbolize the harvest. The harvest can be interpreted to mean the wine harvest or fall harvest.