What a great burger. So simple, so good, so juicy. The flavors will blend in your mouth and make you say "what a great burger".
This burger is a great alternative to beef with tons of simple but wonderful flavor! Goes great with Sutterhome Merlot!
Hi - I was born in Australia originally, but have been a US citizen for some 30+ years. In Australia, we make mega burgers - enjoyed by all - and here's a sampling of my The Bonza Burger.
I enjoy cooking as a favorite past-time. I am the third oldest of nine siblings.
The name of my burger is derived from the nickname for Arugula, often referred to as Rocket. The Rocket Burger will transport you to another world, it is so good!
This burger was created to symbolize the harvest. The harvest can be interpreted to mean the wine harvest or fall harvest.
Burgers with a blend of sweet pineapple and savory spices.
I love lamb but the wife and I fight over how it should be served. I like my lamb chops grilled or oven roasted until medium and served with a wine/au jus herbed reduction.
When I first read about the contest in the newspaper I had just finished preparing my menu for a 4th of July barbeque for my family which included traditional all american cheeseburgers.
I JUST LOVE PINEAPPLE AND THOUGHT THIS COMBINATION WOULD BE REALLY TASTY. AFTER MAKING THEM, MY FAMILY JUST LOVES THEM!
I have always enjoyed creating different dishes. On Independence Day of this year I created the Apple Walnut Burger it was a big hit at our party.
Fritas are the fast food hamburgers of Cuba. I decided to utilize this concept to create my version of this hamburger.
In the South and Alabama in particular, pork and BBQ are king. So, I decided to create a burger that just screams Alabama BBQ.
Juicy, peppery beef burgers are stuffed with Pecorino Romano cheese and topped with earthy, rustic ketchup.
This Waldorf-Inspired burger puts a new twist on a classic favorite.