My name is Greg and I am a Scientist living in The Woodlands TX just north of Houston. I have entered a few cooking contests in the past, but the Build a Better Burger is a personal goal of mine.
Sweet,spicy,fragrant,juicy and delicious- a few of the ways to describe the flavors of my version of an Indian influenced burger.
For anybody who has ever had a good Cuban sandwich you can greatly appreciate my Rojo Mojo Burgers.
This is my version of pork burger.I got the idea of using some of my ingredients of my rib rub from bbq shrimp.
This wonderfully flavorful and juicy burger contains most of the ingredients of the Chinese restaurant classic, Mu Shu Pork.
Always a hit at the party!
These spicy burgers have a hint of coconut, topped off with a popular salty-tangy Thai salad.
This Mexican insprired burger uses ground pork & chorizo sausage which gives it a kick, then dusted in a mole powder and grilled.
This burger is a perfect melding of Cuban flavors with an all-American classic, a burger. It represents who I amâ€¦a Cuban-American female who has lived in Miami all her life.
I grew up in Utah, and always went to this great local restaurant: Cafe Rio. They have this amazing sweet and spicy pork.
When most people think of Iowa the first thing that comes to mind, is CORN! What most people don’t realize is that Iowa is also the nation's top pork producer.
I spent some time in the Czech Republic and neighboring countries and enjoyed dishes with pork.
Watching a lot of cooking shows, seeing chefs do their magic on TV, eating out at many of the great restaurants in the Chicagoland area has not only taught me to cook but has inspired me to come up
My German Grandmother loved purple cabbage so I put it on a burger
Since one of my sons moved to live in Japan, I have become very intrigued by Japanese flavors.
Southern food is "in" again and it really is comforting. The flavors just remind you of comfort and everything.