Crab turns the everyday burger into a decadent, gourmet sandwich.
Every year in June a nearby city has a big event called the “Chew Chew” in which many of the local eateries participate.
This is a great burger with a wonderful Califonia sauce that can be used in a multitude of ways.
The Summertime Herb BBQ burger melts in your mouth. The BBQ sauce cooked inside of the meat creates a juicey and smokey flavor that screams summer time.
I love burgers so much, and I love the traditional Canadian meat pie called, tourtierre, so I decided to come up with a recipe that combined both!
I have always enjoyed my burger on the well done side but they were usually on the dry side once finished.
These burgers were inspired by the things my family and friends enjoyed most with and on the burgers. There is no need for condiments or extras on these very tasty burgers.
This burger is inspired by a favorite rice recipe of mine that use tomatoes, mushrooms, and avocado with almonds for crunch.
This beef burger is my "ode to Italy" ! My husband, then fiance`, decided to take me there on our honeymoon 5 years ago. I fell in love with the people, sights, smells, and most of all, the food.
The inspiration for this recipe was trying to use the delicious and flavorful chimichurri sauce on a less expensive cut of meat than what it is usually served with, which is beef tenderloin.
Should I serve red or white wine? It doesn't matter with this recipe! Simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the flavors of Coastal Carolina!
I created this burger recipe in honor of my Mother Helen and my GrandMother Angela who passed away many years ago before I even knew how to cook.
I like to think of this creation as a sweet and spicy tango with an avocado mango salsa burger.
This burger is a great one on a lazy summer night. You can prepare it to eat right away, or let it sit overnight for amazing flavor.
Now that many American markets are routinely offering new ethnic products, I love to explore the cuisines of other regions and countries.
This turkey burger is packed with great Mediterranean flavors, and it is a tasty, healthy alternative to a tranditional beef burger. It pairs well with a dry or semi-dry white wine.
The patty is composed of dry-aged New York chuck and crumbled applewood-smoked bacon. The burger is then topped with shallots sautéed in white truffle oil and melted Emmenthal cheese.