I have to admit I did not not how to grill anything until I entered two recipes in last year's Build a Better Burger contest.
Tastes of the Caribbean are so alluring. Bring the exotic flavors of the islands to your home with this fresh and spicy tasting burger.
These burgers are juicy and delicious with a taste of the tropics.
My inspiration for this recipe came after spending a weekend on friend
This burger was created with my absolute love for crawfish and crab. When I was growing up my large family would have great crawfish boil parties in our backyard.
The ingredients that make up this burger are directly related to my home where I grew up in Massachusetts. Seafood abounds everywhere.
Being close to the Pacific coast means being able to find really fresh fish and seafood therfore it is easy to fall in love with sushi.
This American burger is great because everything about it can be found locally.
I first moved to the south over ten years ago from the mid-west and was promptly invited to a low country boil. Primarily growing up in the mid-west, I was unfamiliar with low country boils.
The quintessential Washington State bivalve is the large necked clam known by the Nisqually Indian name geoduck (pronounced "gooey duck").
My favorite Asian appetizer, coconut-crusted shrimp, made into a burger!
I enjoy the experience when eating at a Tapas style restaurant since it is small portions which means being able to sample lots of different flavors.
I wrote this recipe because I simply love to eat, and so does my family. Our favorites are seafood and italian cuisine, so what better way to bring together our two favorites than a burger?
I have such a great love of food that it consumes much of my life. I recently graduated from culinary school and now back in school studying nutrition.
A classic New Orleans dish made into a burger! I developed this recipe out of my love for remoulade sauce.