This recipe will be sure to wake up your taste buds! Delish.
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!
Don't eat for a couple of days before trying this!
My inspiration for this burger was to create a healthier alternative burger using lean turkey meat, which also reflects local and seasonal ingredients, such as cranberries and corn, native to the B
Summer nights grilling with friends.
I love to entertain but was tired of the same old "assemble yourself burger". It was easier to plan a menu when I knew what the main dish would be.
I like to grill year round, especially in the cooler fall months. I created this recipe out of my desire for a more autumnal flavored burger.
My inspiration for this burger was to create a leaner, alternative burger without compromising on flavor and moistness.
I was inspired by the hearty, warm flavors that waft over the tables in ski resorts of Quebec. I spent a winter holiday near Montreal; and ---my parents honeymooned there.
My home state, Washington State is known for its apples.
My heritage. Being Cuban-American, at the same time that I enjoy sweet and spicy foods rich in spices, I also love a good old all-American burger.
Fritas are the fast food hamburgers of Cuba. I decided to utilize this concept to create my version of this hamburger.
My grandma Erna has been preserving what she calls Pin Money Pickles for years. Now that the torch has been passed to me, I have created this burger to showcase what is truly a family favorite.
I ran out of ketchup while making a meatloaf so I substituted teriyaki sauce and black bean sauce for it. I thought it would make a really good burger.
Wisconsin, of course, is known for its beer and cheese, but many people don't know Wisconsin is also the nation's leading producer of cranberries.