The flavors of my favorite "tacos al pastor" were the inspiration for this burger. The combination of smokey chipotle peppers, sweet pineapple and a hint of corn make these burgers irrisistable.
Upon marrying my Ukrainian husband, I was introduced by his mother to the wonderful world of Ukrainian cooking.
II love Hawaiin food.
I've always thought it odd that many people just substitute turkey for beef in a burger and pile it high with traditional burger fixings. Poultry has it's own personality.
These burgers are juicy and delicious with a taste of the tropics.
I was trying to come up with a juicy turkey burger with the texture of a good beef burger. I tried several things without success until I added crushed pineapple to the ground turkey.
i bought a large amount of ham and I always divide it up into meal sized portions, date and label.
I love sage, bacon and onions together. I think they work very well with the rich beef and smoked cheese.
Turkey burgers are usually a lighter tasting burger, but usually bland with an aftertaste. The Pineapple and Mint Chutney will be refreshing with the moistened ground turkey.
Inspired by an all time favorite: Meatloaf
A twist on my mothers pork chops.
Seattleites are proud to claim Jimi Hendrix as one of their finest exports, long before a string of latte stands put us on the map.
We love to celebrate Oktoberfest. The cool weather and sweet aroma of grilled brats is hypnotic.
I am a certifiable, absolute foodie so the four years I was fortunate enough to live in the San Francisco area were pure heaven.
The Northwest coast makes up part of the Pacific Rim so we therefore have many Asian influences that have become part of our culture now.
The first time I went to Hawaii, I was surprised to see SPAM luncheon meat advertised on menus as the "Hawaiian Steak." Living in Southern California, I found the same thing at a beachside Hawaiia