Intro: This burger was inspired by my love for the traditional field greens salad with fruits and nuts. In my opinion, the only thing missing was a juicy burger and toasted roll.
This is alternative hamburger recipe.I used chicken breast and bacon grounded together because chicken breast only is a very dry meat.I used a standard outdoor charcoal grill.
The nutty, savory flavor of the Pacific Northwest comes through in this heart healthy taste sensation.
this burger was inspired by my late wife's love for French food, not in the name but in the ingredients themselves. Very classic for the French yet in the all American burger form.
This burger is a twist on the French classic Coq Au Vin. The blend of flavors from the chicken, wine, mushrooms and bacon is tres bien! Bon Appetit!
Having been born and raised in Alabama, I've always been used to fresh and simple ingredients that were either grown in the family garden or easily obtained from the local farmstands, such as the V
Bonne Femme means â€œgood womanâ€ in French, and the name has been used to describe a French classic dish resembling coq au vin.
I have found that kids really love peanut butter, doesn't matter what it's on. This is a balanced flavor that surprised even me.
When brainstorming ideas for developing a recipe for BBB, I kept coming back to the delicious combination of fragrant wine, strong sharp cheese, and sweet crisp apples.
NYC has a lot of Asian flavors in its melting pot. These Korean-inspired chicken burgers use traditional Asian ingredients with a twist. For good luck, I
The use of great products like Virginia Ham and Bacon make this alternative burger reflective of the pride of Virginia when it comes to its pork products.
Not just apples and pears are grown in abundance but there are lots of orchards of apricots right in my area of the Hood River Valley.
Since coming to America, for over four generations my family has called Virginia its home.