These burgers have classic Italian American flavors and were inspired by my Italian grandmother. As is typical in Italian cooking, the recipe and techniques are simple.
A recent trip to Spain inspired me to create this burger.
On tasting my first Cuban Sandwich on a trip to Miami, it was love at first bite. My goal was to recreate the flavors and textures in a burger, and I think this recipe is a success.
Since my wife is from Cuba she has introduced me to many of the Cuban flavors. My ultimate favorite Cuban meal is roast pork that has been marinated in Cuban mojito.
My family loves sausage & peppers. I decided to twist it a bit for a change and serve it burger style. It was a hit so I decided to enter it.
This Mexican insprired burger uses ground pork & chorizo sausage which gives it a kick, then dusted in a mole powder and grilled.
This is an innovative brunch burger which takes you back to the pubs and restaurants of London.
This burger I created captures really authentic flavors of Mexico (and not simply â€œTex-Mexâ€ flavors that we in America sometimes think of as authentically Mexican).
I wanted to create a burger that uses the best ingredients from the whole Iberian peninsula, which includes both Spain and Portugal.
We came home one day from a family outing to discover that our cat had accidentally opened our upright freezer while we were gone (to this day we do not know how she did it).
This is a pork burger flavored with achiote paste and other Yucatan spices topped with Asadero cheese and bacon served on a bun loaded with Avocado Sour Cream.
Even though this appears very elegant (and it is), it is easy, easy to make.
Some people have a soundtrack to their lives. I have a menu.
These easy pork burgers infuse the smoky, pickled, and preserved flavors of the Midwest with a lighter Asian influenced sauce. The slaw adds a sweet and zesty crunch.
This burger is perfect in the summer when peaches are plentiful and delicioius. The fruit relish offsets the heat of the jerk seasonings and my kids just love it.
The arugula-pesto butter filling looks like a green jewel tucked inside the juicy sirloin.
I love blue cheese burgers and bruschetta and while on vacation this summer thought what a delicious burger the two combined would make, and it does!