My name is Crystal and I always loved cooking and feeding my friends and family. I try to watch cooking competitions all the time. I love to create and try new ways to re-invent old favorites.
This is not your traditional burger. I hope your hungry because these are FAT burgers. They include some of your favorite flavors in an all out this can't be beat, one of a kind burger.
This burger is a little different. It's called the Burger Supreme because of the suprise inside of the Burger. Sausage and goat cheese crumbles are stuffed inside the patty.
Preparation: 15 minutes Cooking time:25 minutes
This is one bad burger! Hope you enjoy the flavor.
Each bite of this hamburger is full of flavor, from the beginning to end. The ingredients compliment each other. Very few condiments are needed because the hamburger has it all!
I am a native of New Orleans, LA. I relocated to Georgia to retain employment with the railroad industry.
My apple and roasted pecan salad was my inspiration for this burger. To give it a new kick, I marinated the apples in the White Zinfandel, and what a kick it was!!
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The Pineapple and Red Pepper provide different layers of sweetness to this burger. At the same time, the sweetness is offset by the peppery spices.
As a staple at Yankee stadium, Nathan hotdog combined in the burger makes a double yum treat for the fans.
These tangy Mediterranean-style burgers make a savory summertime dinner when served with a light cucumber and tomato salad, and your favorite Sutter Home wine.
My husband was the inspiration for this burger. He loves Mexican and Southwest cooking in addition to steak and burgers.
This recipe came about after accidentally buying a bottle of garam masala one day. Having never used it before, I decided to do a little experimenting, and thus, this recipe was born.
The following creation is an attempt to make a Beefy, Cheesy rich tasting burger with a kick to it. In the south we dont like alot of fancy ingrediants we just like a big beefy rich burger.
I love the tastes of the Carribean. The rich flavor of sofrito a wonderful blend of peppers, cilantro, onions and garlic gives this burger an earthy Latin flavor.