Hi, I'm not quite sure what you are looking for in the introduction, so I will tell you a little about my self.
This burger was created out of frustration of wanting something different aside from the average run of the mill hamburger.
Think Turkey Burgers resemble tasteless hockey pucks? Think again! Not only is this burger juicy, but it also tickles the tongue with a combination of sweet, sour, and peppery flavors.
I came up with this burger when I saw your ad in the magazine. I love the sweetness of pineapples and teriyaki sauce, and the mild spicyness of ortega chiles.
My husband Tony and I came up with this idea after a vacation to Florida.
From 4-H baking projects as a 10-year-old, to the 2000 Pillsbury Bake-Off in San Francisco, my culinary contest career has given birth to hundreds of recipes.
A healthy, refreshing substitute for those who steer away from the traditional burger. I developed this recipe based on my family's fondness for the traditional Waldorf Salad.
This is my sandwich version of Waldorf Salad. For those wanting a burger alternative, here's a healthy, refreshing change.
The perfect burger for summer. A little spice combined with sweetness to make your mouth water. Goes well with your glass of Sutter Home wine.
A southern style black and blue burger.
This burger was inspired by my frequent business trips to Mexico City.
Pepperjack cheese is a form of Monterey Jack cheese infused with spicy hot peppers to create a zesty cheese that is the perfect complement to beef burgers.
This is a great burger that appeals to every pallet I've come across, included picky children.