Inspired by my favorite meal, Thanksgiving Dinner, I created these burgers. Since I have had many a dry turkey burger, I used oatmeal, as a way to keep these burgers moist.
I created this burger from tastes of my favorite meal, Thanksgiving Dinner.
~~~As summer seems to be slipping away gather your friends and family and celebrate the end of summer. Take a trip to the tropics without even leaving home.
Our family's favorite winter meal, Coq au Vin was the inspiration for one of our new favorite summer burgers.
I invented this recipe one day when I was considering ordering Osso Bucco at a resteraunt.
I live in East Texas and East Texans love to grill and love the Cajun influence of being so close to Louisiana.
I built my alternative turkey burger combining ingredients commonly used in our area of northern Wisconsin especially when making burgers and we grill alot of burgers and sometimes during snowstorm
I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, which is famous for the Kentucky Hot Brown. We are also famous for bourbon, so I decided to marry the two together.
This is my spin on a traditional California Turkey Club without the mayo. Instead I use apricots, sunflower seeds and avocados from California.
We love walnuts, mandarin oranges, blue cheese and smoked turkey, it's a marriage made in heaven. Add some aoili to the picture, and it makes the perfect burger.
When I lived in the south, I enjoyed a Cajun Thanksgiving with Turdunken as the main course. Needless to say, I was intrigued with turkey, stuffed wtih a chicken and duck.
Hi, I try to be healthy sometimes but cheat here and there. I came up with this burger to try to cut down some of the fat, but not losing any flavor.
The perfect way to get the kids to not only eat that left over bird but to actually enjoy doing it.
Because I enjoy sausage and waffles w/ maple syrup for breakfast/brunch, I thought the same concept would be great for meals eaten later on in the day (i.e., chicken & waffles offered as menu e