A recent trip to Spain inspired me to create this burger.
This burger is a collection of three of my favorite ingredients- sweet potatoes, chiles, and jicama.
In Central Pennsylvania, tailgating at a Penn State game starts long before the game kicks off in the afternoon.
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.
In this recipe, pork, apples, and sweet potatoes complement each other perfectly plus they all are raised or grown in abundance in Oklahoma. These burgers are as delicious as they are unusual.
This burger utilizes the fruit of the Texas State Tree; the Pecan Tree. This burger is unique in its combination of savory and sweet but will soon be a family favorite.
A favorite sandwich sold at a local food store
Spam has always been a fun meat (?) in my life. I wanted to do something different and out of the box.
The spam really shines as a "breading".
Pork, spam, anise and apple = Amazing.
One of my favorite dishes at upscale Italian restaurants is sweet potato or pumpkin gnocchi with sage and brown butter that is sprinkled with crushed amaretti cookies.
2005's alternative prize winner pairs well with Sutter Home White Merlot.
Since my husband and I both love black beans, I decided to combine them with pork to create these wonderful burgers.
A traditional meal turned into a burger.
I am from a cuban family. So this burger is a take on the famous cuban sandwich. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family and I have.
This burger has become a family favoriate. Who would have thought that you could have a great tasting burger and eat your fruit at the same time.
I am a huge fan of a traditional Monte Cristo Sandwich and decided to add the flavor combination that I love to my favorite "ham" burger.