This burger is so light and refreshing tasting. It has a combination of sweet and savory with a delightful taste of the grilled pineapple and canadian bacon.
The idea came about when a close friend and myself were discussing the different toppings on Pizzas. She brought that she liked Hawaiian Pizza.
The explosion of flavors are apparent in the first bite of this delicious creation.
A moist beef burger, seasoned with apple pie spices, topped with grilled apples & candied walnuts, served on a buttered brioche bun.
I came up with the name of this burger due to the bold combination of pineapples and jalapenos. This sweet-hot burger is truly a treat for the tastebuds.
This burger celebrates the cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, and was inspired, in part, by the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
This is a great burger that has both a sweet and tangy flavor and is easy to prepare.
If you like sweet and spicy, then you'll love this combination of flavors.
This Burger has made for many odd dreams. Since I started concocting it, I have had very vivid dreams about ingredients and actually have made changes to it because of them.
Tropical Chicken Burgers with a Chipotle Mango Glaze A delicious twist on the standard burger!
These tasty burgers are a winner with people of all ages - combining the classic flavors of apples, creamy Jack cheese, and a caramelized sweet onions.
A nice change of pace for a luau or tiki party!
Here is a refreshing way to give the palate that “sweet heat” taste in a burger style meal. The fiery zing, the sweet bun and fruit add such interest to each bite.
These sliders celebrates the collaboration of mini beef sliders and the bold and flamboyant flavors of North Africa. North Africa is the northern most region of the African continent.
These sliders celebrates the collaboration of mini lamb sliders and the bold and flamboyant flavors of North Africa. North Africa is the northern most region of the African continent.
(I had submitted this recipe earlier, then I noticed that the product must be grilled- so just a slight change). Scrapple of course is a PA tradition stemming from the Pennsylvania Dutch.
It brings together some very traditional tropical flavors in a unique way and adds a nice kick.
it is sweet and spicy and because it uses ground turkey breast it is fast to cook and healthier than a beef burger
South Carolina is one of my absolute favorite places. Of course, BBQ is king in South Carolina (both whole pig and pulled pork sandwiches).