This burger was inspired by my frequent business trips to Mexico City.
This is a delicious, full-bodied burger with some old classic burger flavors mixed in.
This recipe has evolved over time and through trial and error. Family members, church members, co-workers, neighbors and friends have tasted and critiqued my burger.
Based upon the fusion of traditional and non-tradional Native American ingredients, to produce a Burger which proudly reflects the true "Spitit of the Nations!
When writing my burger recipe I thought of using salsa as a relish to give it a Mexican feel.
These burgers are great during the summer with a bottle of Sutter Home Cabernet Sauvignon....
A tasty spin on a classic.
I love the flavors of steakhouse fare, but sometimes want it in a more casual form.
Imagine biting into a burger and tasting the textured delight of caramelized onions and apples with a covering of brie.
This burger is made from an international blend of spices and ingredients (Italian, Indian, and Mexican) that is sure to make your mouth water!
Bison meat is a healthy alternative; low in fat and cholesterol and high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. Historically, a great
American provision from the past and for the present.
Living in the town that is home to the University of Oklahoma and the "OU SOONER'S" football team, tailgating is a way of life here during football season, and a traditional Theta Burger is enjoye
In Baltimore, Maryland, located along the Chesapeake Bay, crab is king! In the 1940’s crabs were so plentiful that bars in Baltimore offered them free to their patrons.
Virginia Commonwealth University is located in Richmond, Virginia, what I consider to be my home town.