This recipie is influenced by the tastes of Cuba and Miami. The ground pork patty is infused with the flavors of mojo, and the finished product is an homage to Cuban sandwiches.
The use of Sutter Home Gewurztraminer wine is what makes this recipe special!
My friends stared at me curiously when I first created this burger because I was spreading vanilla frosting on the buns.
My inspiration of this pork burger was from my mother’s Chinese Five-spice pork stew. I love the smell of the five-spice and it reminds me so much of my childhood home cooking.
This recipe was inspired by my love for Japanese and Chinese food.
This recipe is inspired by the Caribean flavors of pork, plantain, and mango salsa.
One of my favorite food combinations is fruit and meat. In this recipe I pair grilled pears with pork. I've also added brie which goes so nicely with fruit as well.
These burgers are designed to mirror the delicious filling that I make for the inside of homemade Chinese dumplings.
I love the Caribbean. The bright blue skies and rich blue waters. And the food!! The flavors of the food are so bright and just pop in your mouth!
Some people have a soundtrack to their lives. I have a menu.
It started out with a garden full of cilantro! Loving the complex flavors of Thai foods, every bite is fascinating. I thought I would come up with a Thai Burger! The Thai Breaker Burger! HA!
Heartland Pork Burgers with Ginger Apple Chutney reflect the flavorful local ingredients that are the Pride of Ohio! Here in the Midwest, pork has always been a comfort food.
The Midwest is the heartland of our country. We are known for our amazing agriculture. As a matter of fact, agriculture is the number one industry here in Ohio where I live.
Our part of Texas is a melting pot of ethnicity. Asian, Mexican, Cajun & Carribean families all influence the cooking scene in southeast Texas.
Milwaukee is a Mid-Western town that has it roots heavily forged by this countries early German immigrants.
This recipe features the wonderful flavors of Ohio agricultural products. Peaches, pork and maple syrup have all been part of Ohio home cooking for centuries.