This is no gyro, and it’s not your typical burger. This is 1/3 pound ground Lamb served between a grilled pita and topped with a delicious cucumber and yogurt sauce.
This is a delicious sweet and sour burger with a taste of pomegranate. It's a very unique recipe and a reminder of my childhood. Hope you enjoy it as much I do...
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.
Traditional Lamb Barbacoa was my inspiration! I stumbled upon a place here in Philly that makes Barbacoa the traditional way (building an under ground BBQ) and loved everything about it.
I took Kibbeh in a new direction. Maintaing the integrity of this Middle Eastern favorite I added a tamarind glaze and a spicy apricot salsa.
This is a tasty burger variation on a dish called Cousa (pronounced Kusa) that my grandfather brought from Syria when he emigrated to the US many years ago.
This is no gyro, and it’s not your typical burger... 1/2 pound ground Lamb mixed with kalamata olives, served between a grilled pita, and topped with a delicious cucumber and yogurt sauce.
This delicious lamb burger is accompanied by the complimentary flavors of a creamy hummus spread and a crunchy salad tossed with Greek flavors, including kalamata olives, mint, parsley, olive oil,
These burgers remind me of my visits to Athens and Santorini two years ago.
My wife and I fell in love with the flavors of Greece on our honeymoon. I tried to capture the flavors in this burger.
These burgers are succulant and full of flavor with a nice cooling effect from the raita.
Theese succulent burgers have just the right amount of spice, balanced by a cool and refreshing raita topping.
This is a delightfully simple,yet mouthwatering burger that everyone should be able to make.