This burger exemplifies New Mexican cuisine at it's finest, using traditional Southwest ingredients like red chile and piñon pine nuts.
This is such fun to serve and so easy to prepare. When bringing the "bowls" to the table it just looks like bread.
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.
A nice change of pace for a luau or tiki party!
Three years in Cambridge, England can do a lot for a young lady. It can help you finally get that ring on your finger from your PhD-earning boyfriend.
I threw some stuff together i had at home and after i tried it, I knew I had a great burger.
I wanted to do a different type of burger with a fresh summer taste since I was using King's Hawaiian sandwhich buns I decided to add pineaple to it.
Left over turkey and cranberry relish at Thanksgiving that eventually turned into a burger.
The State of Colorado was the inspiration for this burger. I combined all of the flavors that make me think of the state.
I do all the cooking in our house. So I am constantly running back and forth between the grill and the kitchen.
Election Campaigning going on, and the economy being what it is, we all need a little more patriotic spirit!
My inspiration to make this burger is my huge love for my homemade chili.
Indiana summer squash! I have been given a lot of summer squash this summer!
My fiance loves the taste of jalapenos in everything and bacon makes everything better! He likes a fiery kicked up taste and these burgers don't dissapoint!
This "burger" is sooo good you will not believe it is healthier with less fat. It is super and even snoopy husbands and kids will eat it!
I truly enjoy creating recipes with the combined tastes of sweet, smoky, salty, and savory. I also especially enjoy sleeping in late on the weekends.