A celebratory burger for a Mediterranean-inspired meal. Opa!
An Italian-American classic takes a twist when sandwiched in a fresh ciabatta rolls.
This one will take you right to Athens! It is a refreshing change from the typical hamburger.
The "HAMBUR-GYRO" was inspired by combining 2 of my favorite foods, the hamburger and Greek gyro.
These are delightfully tangy and fresh burgers.
Overbearing mint consumed my herb garden, choking out the more polite aromatics. So, this recipe began as a search for something to do with mint. Naturally, Turkish cuisine came to mind.
I really love the unique combinations of fruits (figs and dates) and spices (turmeric, coriander, allspice, etc.) that predominate in the cuisine of Morocco.
This burger is French food at itâ€™s essence. The burger itself is very simple and pure: ground chuck, shallot, rosemary, fleur de sel, and freshly ground black pepper.
The flavor is a Herby-Garlicy coating the burgers. Grilled and served in warmed pita bread!
A more Eastern version of my favorite beef burger. Flavorful under a veil of pomegranate glaze with carmelized fennel and a salsa of blood orange and mint.
The Built Better Version of my favorite Beef Burger. Walnut crust, Lamb, Tabbouleh, Pomegranate wine glaze. Melted Haloumi cheese.
If your passionate about the Mediterranean this is the burger for you. This burger is a blend of the freshest ingredients. Imagine lamb and mint smothered in blended yogurt sauce.
I live right outside of Houston. Houston is such a diverse community with people from everywhere in the world. Americans love variety.
Fresh spearmint and Smithfield country bacon bring southern flavor to juicy lamb burgers.
As Ex-Pats in the Middle East for a number of years, we became quite familiar with shawarma stands on the street corners. For about a buck, they were the ultimate street snack.
I moved from Pennsylvania to Iowa a little over a year ago, and since then I have witnessed, an incredible amount of snow, tornadoes, and of course, the floods of 2008.
I am originally from Russia but I have Middle Eastern roots.
I live in an area that has been nicknamed the Emerald Valley. It is beautiful and fertile and full of surprises.
We raise a lot of Shropshire in our small Midwest farming community. This burger is a nice alternative to gyros or leg of lamb.