We love Italian sausage so a little experiment to make a burger. It was quick to make after a day at work and great served with a pasta salad.
With the flavors of churrasco and chimichurri, this burger is deliciously different and so easy.
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!
I grew up and currently live in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Fort Wayne is known for the American pioneer, Johnny Appleseed, born John Chapman.
It is not my fault if people love this burger! Growing up, my father (a second generation Sicilian) would make a bruschetta-style summer pasta.
Matriarch Ann "Granny" Kottkamp knew how to keep her family together -- through Sunday Night Suppers. She was a good cook, though not a great and definitely not a creative cook.
My father's side of the family is Sicilian, and has been making these pork chops for at least 3 generations.
Growing up in St. Louis, my Dad would buy pretzels from a vendor on the street corner and bring them home. My Dad would dunk his pretzels in Mustard and cheese.
Breakfast is my favorite meal, second to a hearty burger on the grill. My grandma used to make Eggs Benedict with sausage patties and I loved the combination of the flavors.
I was lucky enough to live in Berlin Germany for four years.
We have a fabulous new restaurant in town that serves the best piadinis.
I wanted to create a burger that features Umami: the recently discovered fifth taste. Umami, also known as savoriness, is what makes food tasteâ€¦ complete.
I have taken about 10 Caribbean cruises in my life which are always a great time, in large part because of the cuisine that I have enjoyed on the islands.
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.