Living in New Hampshire and my father-in-law bieng a part time lobster man sometimes he gaves more lobster than we could eat.
A "Play on Words" but not on taste, this patty has a wonderful blends of flavor and has a spicy kick.
This Alternative burger is easy and quick to prepare. The majority of the prep work can be done a day ahead.
Here is a new spin on a traditional southern sandwich. The Po’Boy moves up in the world with the addition of gourmet ingredients and a tangy alligator spread.
Instead of trying to keep spooned salsa atop your fish, enjoy this burger with all the ingredients packed inside!
This shrimp, crab & sausage alternative burger gives you a burst of flavors from the gulf coast with a surprise element of flavor from the sausage that you are not expecting.
I live in New England and have had many wonderful meals at lobster and clam shacks in Maine, Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
Although I have lived in MA since 1973, I lived in southern CA from ages 8 to 22. During that time we had an avocado tree in our backyard and avocados were a staple of our diet.
If you're looking for a lighter alternative to your typical burger but don't want to skimp on flavor, my island oasis shrimp burgers are just the ticket!
Ebi or Shrimp burger adds a sushi flavor to an American Food Tradition the burger. Ebi burger is served on a homemade wasabi hamburger bun with a Japanese style seaweed and cucumber relish.
Masala means mixture of spices. The main flavor and spicy-ness of the Shrimp Burger comes from Garam Masala meaning a blend of hot spices, a common spice blend used in widely in Indian cooking.