They're a bit messy but delicious. Burgers made extradordinary from the un-ordinary. A great change to the usual grilled burgers.
I truly enjoy creating recipes with the combined tastes of sweet, smoky, salty, and savory. I also especially enjoy sleeping in late on the weekends.
This burger was inspired by my love of pairing pork, apples, horseradish and smokey bacon. It also reminds me of food I enjoyed when I traveled in Germany.
These burgers were inspired by my love ofpairing pork with apples, horseradish and smokey bacon. I also enjoyed these flavors and ingredients in various ways when I traveled to Germany.
Double Pork Mini Burgers with Apple-Tarragon Salsa Served on Split Apple Fritters These burgers are a perfect blend of savory and sweet.
This is a midwest-inspired homey type burger. It is a take on the old pork chops and applesauce dish my mom made back in the 50s.
I was fortunate to spend several months in Germany and enjoyed many of the foods and flavors I've incorporated into this recipe.
People tend to think Texas is all about beef, but we have equal love of porkâ€”especially sausage and bacon.
In the South and Alabama in particular, pork and BBQ are king. So, I decided to create a burger that just screams Alabama BBQ.
In Central Pennsylvania, tailgating at a Penn State game starts long before the game kicks off in the afternoon.
This burger contains a bit of Illinois with the bella mushrooms that are grown in Illinois.
This midwest-inspired brat burger is packed with many great flavors...like bella mushrooms from Illinois. The kraut-chili topping with the Thai chili paste gives the kraut zing.
The Houston area is a very diverse community with people from all walks of life. Texans just love to eat and eat big.
When I think of the heartland of America, I think of the good ol’ county fair. The fair is where delicious food combines with contests and fun of all sorts.
I live in the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Every year, in the nearby town Mt. Angel, Oktoberfest is celebrated. The area was settled by many Swiss and German pioneers.
I was born and raised in Western New York State where the Italian community greatly influenced the cusine and the culture.