Who doesn't love a turkey burger? Not too many people that I talked to. I thought it was time to come up with a new spin on what everyone thinks a turkey burger can be.
I have been all over the world for my job in the Air Force and one of my faviorite places to visit was Thailand. I love the spicy ,sweet and sour flavors of green curry.
the idea for this burger came my mother and sister. they both love greek salads but were trying to get a little more protein in their diet.
I just absolutely love visiting New England in the autumn when the leaves are changing. Itâ€™s so beautiful and the air is so crisp.
The Vintage Van Gogh Articini Burger was so good I didn't think it could be topped. I was wrong.
I've fallen in love with pomegranates and decided to incorporate them into a burger.
This recepie was inspired by my favorite lunch spot in Miami, Daily Bread.
I wanted to create a healthy, low-fat, low-calorie, whole-wheat family meal for the grill with a southwest flair!
Create a really tasty turkey burger
This is my Thanksgiving burger for the summer time BBQ. There is nothing like eating the leftovers Turkey sandwiches, the day after Thanksgiving.
We wanted something tasty, healthy, easy and different. The first time I made them I was just grabbing things in the kitchen that I thought would go well together to wake up all five tastes.
Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. It is a time when family and friends get together to say thanks, enjoy laughter and of course food.
These turkey burgers do not require a flowery introduction. They're a unique combination of tastes that you've probably never seen in a single burger.
This is for red meat eaters who fiend for beef burgers and who have committed to going to non-beef alternatives.