This is a favorite burger of my family and anyone that we happens to be at dinner.
These make a great brunch dish.
Recipe Summary: Difficulty: Medium Prep Time: 25 Minutes Cook Time: 20 MinutesYield: 6 Servings
Since leaving my job almost a year ago to stay at home with my two daughters, I've been able to indulge my love of cooking.
I have a Swiss/German heritage and that is what made me decide to invent a Swiss burger.
I thought of this recipe because I am quite fond of "blackened" dishes. I did not want it to be too boring though, so I thought I would experiment.
The name itself is a mouthful but The Rikitiki Tasty Island Burger will tantalize your tastebuds in to hula dance with each bite. Juicy and sweet mixed with a salty twist of ham.
A hearty and tropical creation. Designed to pique both the sweet and spicy side of your taste buds. Wash it down with a nice glass of wine or Beer, this burger is at home anywhere!
In a recent trip to Hawaii, I learned that a Paniolo is a Hawaiian cowboy. I wanted to capture the essence of the Hawaiian Islands in this delicious beef burger.
The idea for this burger came from a combination of some of my favorite food experiences.
This is a combination of Louisiana spices mixed with a little Hawaiian flare.
The hamburger is a German inspired food that Americans eat in abundance.
Vermont is pretty much a foodie
This burger was created with taste combinations that I felt would go well together. I also had my picky eaters in mind.
We love to go apple picking as a family in the fall. Last fall we decided to have burgers for dinner one night.
I have had the privilege of doing mission work in Mexico, from working with deaf children in Rio Bravo to helping open a children's home in Monterrey.
When I heard that Camilla Saulsbury won the last BBB, I knew I had to submit a recipe (or two or three!).
I have never been to the South, even the culture seems to be transplanted everywhere, so here's my meat-a-phor of it.