What's not to love about this juicy burger stuffed with ham and cheese then topped with Canadian bacon and a succulent cheesy shrimp sauce?
Every one seems to want something different on / or in their burgers when we have a party. To simplify things I thought I'd just put it all inside.
I learned how to make these burgers from a friend in Texas. As you know Texas is the bar-b-que capital of the world. Over the years I have fine tuned this recipe The secret ingredient is love.
This burger will leave you satisfied but still yearning for more, I have found that this combination of ingredients produces something that will certainly give your taste buds something to be happy
Sampling all these burger recipes I've come up with sure has been an adventure and this has turned out to be one of our favorites!!
The Zesty Zing Island Burger is sure to please every taste bud. The zesty juice of lime & lemon truly create a unique flavor. The fiery jalapeno's add to the hot awesome zing.
The tomato doesn't go on top of these burgers . It is IN the sauce. So is the bacon. DELICIOUS!
This burger showcases traditional Southwest cuisine with the star ingredient being our world-famous hatch green chile.
I am a registered nurse who lovesto cook in my spare time. This will be the first contest I've entered. I hope that you enjoy my burger.
Inspired by my favorite meal, Thanksgiving Dinner, I created these burgers. Since I have had many a dry turkey burger, I used oatmeal, as a way to keep these burgers moist.
I created this burger from tastes of my favorite meal, Thanksgiving Dinner.
Hi, my name is Freddy. I live in San Antonio, Texas and work as a Systems Technician. I am 28 years old and married to my better half three years ago (Rosella).
This is a burger flavored with achiote paste and other Yucatan spices topped with Asadero cheese and bacon served on a bun loaded with Avocado Sour Cream.
I was trying to come up with a burger that showcased Oregon.
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 was born in the "Show Me State" and spent 20 plus years in Missouri before moving. Missouri is hot and humid in the summer and I remember the great BBQs we had with neighbors.
I have a serious weakness for Mexican food, which stems from my upbringing in California, where we're lucky to have an abundance of great Mexican restaurants and markets.
Take a big ol' bite out of a my New South Beef Burger and you'll see why it epitomizes a "great local American burger." Beneath the grilled puff pastry bun, traditional Southern flavors (brown suga