The "HAMBUR-GYRO" was inspired by combining 2 of my favorite foods, the hamburger and Greek gyro.
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 was trying to think outside the box. Something healthy but tasty but with a little kick.
I really love the unique combinations of fruits (figs and dates) and spices (turmeric, coriander, allspice, etc.) that predominate in the cuisine of Morocco.
I have just recently had the pleasure of going to a Greek Restraunt and just loved the combination of flavors and the Tzatziki sauces just blew me away.
I can't get enough of Indian food! I love the complex, yet versatile, flavor of curry. Spicy, sweet, savory, it pairs so easily with just about everything!
Love most things greek, and my daughter loves the movie & the soundtrack to Grease... So I decided to bring these two things together on a bun!!!
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.
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.
Fresh spearmint and Smithfield country bacon bring southern flavor to juicy lamb burgers.
After lobster, Maine is probably most famous for it's wild blueberries. We also have a great small farming system which has resulted in the creation of several artisan cheese makers.
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.