This hamburger is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This combination patty is prepared with hamburger and toppings cooked together.
Hello Tasteful Judges, This is my first recipe contest. I am a married mother of two daughers, both in college. I am a registered nurse in a trauma ICU.
Inspired by an all time favorite: Meatloaf
Living in the south I
This burger combines some of our favorite small town southern flavors, but in a big city way. It
I thought it would be interesting to make a burger that was an entre and a desert.
This burger was created with my absolute love for crawfish and crab. When I was growing up my large family would have great crawfish boil parties in our backyard.
The ingredients that make up this burger are directly related to my home where I grew up in Massachusetts. Seafood abounds everywhere.
As a military brat, I had the great fortune of living in some of the most beautiful places in America â€“ not the least of which was the Hawaiian Islands.
The Northwest coast makes up part of the Pacific Rim so we therefore have many Asian influences that have become part of our culture now.
It consists of an ethnic fusion of Indian flavors with an Italian preparation with an American twist using Chicken. with an Italian look and feel it makes a great all around great burger
It might be genetic or it could be a learned skill, but every southerner knows how to smoke meat.
The first time I went to Hawaii, I was surprised to see SPAM luncheon meat advertised on menus as the "Hawaiian Steak." Living in Southern California, I found the same thing at a beachside Hawaiia
Crispy fried catfish is one of the south’s favorite dishes. This crispy pecan crusted catfish burger captures all the traditions of the south in one flavorful delicious burger.
Warm calm breezes, burgers smoking on pits under shade trees, foods frying, bowls of cold salads, slaws and ice cream, children running, and back porch family visits are fond memories of my South
Growing up in my "Japazuelan" household, dinners read like a would-be chapter from Memoirs of a Latin Geisha.
I have come here from Russia 13 years ago. Before then I had never tasted Chinese food. I found that America and Chinese food have deep roots together.