Nothing enhances the flavor of pork like the sweet taste of apple. And if you add more sweet goodies. OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!
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.
Welcome to the finest southern hamburger you will find. It will combine to make the best tasting and the best look meal you will ever have.
Coming from Springfield, Illinois, I call this the Rail Splitter Burger to honor our favorite son, Abraham Lincoln. I do not know if Abraham, he did not like to be called Abe, enjoyed hamburgers.
I have actually submitted this recipe once before, and then abandoned it for several years. I tried again, modifying some ingredients and flavors, and I think it's a good burger.
I enjoy cooking as a favorite past-time. I am the third oldest of nine siblings.
I decided to enter my (in)famous C'est La Veal burger because I think French food is often thought of as fussy and reserved only for "special occasions".
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.
This marinade worked so well for beef roasts, pork and turkey tenderloins, that I thought it would be a perfect match for a burger.
The Pacific Northwest, and specifically the State of Washington, is renowned for its tender & delicious Black Angus Beef.