I usually never make the same burger twice. This is because I never know what I'll find on hand the day of the burger making.
A juicy, delicious burger to enjoy often!
This is a great burger to enjoy anytime of the year. It is Thanksgiving leftovers all in one bite. YUM! I always have this burger at cookouts for my friends that don't like red-meat.
Ground turkey meat can be a little dry when grilled, so I moisted the meat up and used the flavors to create a spread for each side of the bun to carry the flavors throughout the burger.
I was watching last year's contest around Christmas time.
Summer is produce time here in the Midwest, and this burger includes all the wonderful treasures from the earth.
This recipe is for the burger as interpreted by an Italian-American from Rhode Island, paying simultaneous homage to old world Mediterranean culinary roots and to the new world tradition of the tas
I love the grill for the simple reason that flavors become so deliciously concentrated!
I came up with this recipe with what was available in my fridge. Of course there are all sorts of alterative items that could be used, whatever you may like.
I don't like red meat and my husband does! For that reason we had to come up with a tasty burger that we would both eat.
I am a burger man, love to grill out and enjoy my beef burgers, but my fiance does not eat red meat. So I had to divise a recipe using Turkey that she would like as much as I like a beef burger.
I created this recipe as a break from the traditional beef burger.
Don't let the turkey fool you. This is a turkey burger that can pair well with any of the Sutter Home heartier red wines as the seasonings are able to hold their own.
A very simple, tasty burger, served on a whole wheat kaiser roll. A good alternative to beef, with healthful spinach and cheese.
I developed this recipe along with my two daughters Emma 9 and Julia 7, at our cottage on Rumsey Road in Au Gres, Michigan.