This sweet & spicy BBQ sauce makes a great burger better.
Toluca is a city in Mexico known for its outstanding chorizo sausage. This burger, which showcases chorizo, has deep flavors with just the right amount of heat. Enjoy!
If you like ginger, this burger is for you, but that's not all it has to offer!
This burger showcases traditional Southwest cuisine with the star ingredient being our world-famous hatch green chile.
This is a burger twist on traditional chicken wings. Serve with plenty of napkins!
I have always said that my mom makes the very best French onion soup. Everyone who tastes it agrees.
Fresh, zesty and rich layers of flavor are the building blocks for this better burger.
Hello from Spring, Texas This recipe is a simple but flavorful Guaca burger with a hot sauce kick. Hope you enjoy.
The juices in this upscale burger rendition are sealed in with a flavorful and sassy blend of spices.
Located 13 degrees north of the equator in the Pacific rim is the tiny island of Guam.
The Sweet Island Cubano Burger is a unique hybrid of two classic Cuban dishes, Picadillo and the famous Cuban sandwich.
The classic chili cheeseburger updated to reflect the influence of Latin American flavors comes to fruition with the Southwestern Burgers with Black Bean Chili & Chipotle Mayonnaise.
This recipe is a unique twist to meat and vegetables.
The bristolwood burger is a firey hot southwest style burger. It is cooled by the homemade guacamole topping.
A quick and easy twist on an American classic. Not the average burger and a guaranteed way to get everyone at the table.
This recipe excites the tastebuds by balancing the sweet and juicy flavors of maple and brown sugar with the powerful flavors of red onions, cilantro and Merlot wine.
This taco style burger will appeal to the kid in you, with it's throw back to home made tacos like mom used to make...but more sophisticated (and on a bun.)
This is a an adult version of my classic burger recipe. Refer to my other entry - The Summer Beef and Potato Corn Patty Burger for my inspiration from my childhood.
This recipe is a result of my general dislike of meatloaf as a kid… Whenever I had the misfortune of having it served to me, I slyly stripped off the topping and ate only the sticky, red part with