A juicy sirloin loaded with Sutter Home Zinfandel-infused mushrooms, peppery argula, and goat cheese spread.
A pepper lovers delight!
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Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 14 - 17 minutes Serves: 6
This recipe was created by my husband and I after we ventured into red wine territory.
This burger is inspired by the traditional beef bourguignon. I take the flavors from my mother’s family recipe and add some other classic French elements. Bon appetit!
This a burger stuffed with an amazing triple-creme brie. The burger is topped with carmalized onions and shiitake mushrooms with a sun-dried tomato pesto on a Ciabatta roll.
This recipe was inspired by my 16 year old son, Bradford. He came up with the ingredients and together we made them into a moist, flavorful burger.
This burger encompasses a true collaborative of Northwest culinary delights: luscious fruit of the vine, earthy mushrooms and herbs combine with fresh produce and rich Monterey Jack cheese resting
Amore' Burgers appeal to all ages. With choices of three exquisite toppings to choose from; Avocado, Pepperoni, and Mushroom you can add individuality to your Burger.
This is a humble burger with loads of flavor - easy for the busy home cook to prepare, but impressive for serving to guests or family on any night of the year.
These burgers combine the flavors of two of my favorite winter comfort foods - hungarian goulash and beef stoganoff - into a satisfying summer supper.
You can't go wrong with caramelized onions and sun-dried tomatoes - these burgers are mouthwatering! The cabernet-porcini sauce really complements the burger.
Juicy beef burgers seasoned with spicy Sutter Home Zinfandel, sun-dried tomatoes, pungent Parmesan, Italian seasonings and a touch of fiery pepper oil makes for one outstanding burger.
These burgers are fast, delicious, and easy as pie!
This burger was inspired by one of my favorite summer salads; mesclun greens dressed with raspberry vinaigrette, tossed with dried cranberries, walnuts and gorgonzola cheese.
One of my husband's favorite dishes is Shepherd's Pie because it is the ultimate comfort food (and also because of his Irish heritage probably).
Occasionally it's just nice to have a good, old, "normal" burger.