I love Chicken Marsala with spinach. The idea of turning traditional dishes into burgers is always exciting. Burgers that can be paired with wine are even better.
I grew up with a Mama that prepared good, simple meals. She used to serve a salad that contained apples, lettuce, American cheese, and mayonnaise. I absolutely loved it!
This burger brings together the wonderful tastes of North and South Carolina.
Just a hint of goat cheese with your burger. The salad is almost a salsa. All those good flavors in one. Nothing too powerful to kill the other.
Our pear tree has been increasingly prolific, leading me to find new ways to use fresh pear in our meals--this recipe is one of our family favorites!
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 am a fool for Italian cooking. This is my attempt to immitate that style.
Everybody likes it!
This is a burger for "cheese people" with an Italian flare and want chicken instead of beef. Most people order a cheeseburger when they order fast food.
Don't just think about what goes "on" your burger. Think about what goes "in" your burger, too. I wanted the entire burger, not just the top, to be seasoned and flavored.
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.
Most people here are from some where else including myself so I believe that people bring their own family recipe and tradition with them & make it as if it is local tradition here in Vegas.
I created this recipe to honor the cattle drover who seemed ever-present in our regional history and the colorful chuckwagons that were such a vital part of the cattle drives.
I grew up in the Southeast U.S. though now I live in Texas so I tried to subtly meld some traditional flavors from those two regions in order to create a perfect "Scarlet meets her cowboy" burger.