Hello, I am one of many foodies around the country whose daily existance thrives on experimenting with multiple food combinations. Here is one recipie I never tire of.
This hamburger is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This combination patty is prepared with hamburger and toppings cooked together.
This burger was inspired by one of my previous beef burger entries for Build a Better Burger 2006. I realized that the flavors would work equally well with turkey and they did.
Summertime grilling is a way of life in Gulf Coast Texas. However, in Texas coleslaw is usually served as an accompaniment to burgers and is not traditionally used as a burger topping.
A twist on my mothers pork chops.
Being born in the Midwest doesnâ€™t exclude anyone from a hankerinâ€™ for good old steak and eggs. Add a hint of maple and itâ€™s a downright breakfast classic!
This fabulous burger could potentially be a bit messy but the entire meal (salad and burger) is well contained in its own bread bowl.
I love sage, bacon and onions together. I think they work very well with the rich beef and smoked cheese.
This burger takes me to the French Quarter in New Orleans. With a good bottle of Sutter Home Pinot Grigio and a nice jazz band this burger would complete a perfect creole evening!
This burger puts all of the great things about our neighbor to the North, Canada, into one burger.
The combination of watermelon & tomato is my new favorite. My family & friends were skeptical, but everyone has been plesantly surprised by this recipe. I think you
I invented this recipe one day when I was considering ordering Osso Bucco at a resteraunt.
This is a pork burger flavored with achiote paste and other Yucatan spices topped with Asadero cheese and bacon served on a bun loaded with Avocado Sour Cream.
This burger was actually derived from having available ingredients at home with fresh herbs in the garden.
Seattleites are proud to claim Jimi Hendrix as one of their finest exports, long before a string of latte stands put us on the map.
I love ketchup on my burgers, I also love texture in my food.
This burger came about by using some of my favorite ingredients and having a package of English Muffins on hand instead of buns.
When I first heard about your contest, I began by focusing on creative ways to enhance beef flavor without relying heavily on favorite standbys such as raw garlic, raw onion or black pepper.