A unique twist on Thai food. Everyone enjoys the different flavors they experience biting into one of these burgers.
I am the cook for a family of 7. Of course, with the hectic schedule that a large family brings, all my recipes must be fast and simple.
Just a hint of goat cheese with your burger. The salad is almost a salsa. All those good flavors in one. Nothing too powerful to kill the other.
Family and friends love it.
I love a great burger. I also love sweet and salty, so I decided to create a great burger that is sweet and salty.
My family loves Italian food especially my husband. One day we were all trying to decide what to have for supper.
I grew up in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where shrimp (at least then) was king.
We love spicy burgers! Low fat ground turkey with fresh hot peppers is a weekly favorite at our house.
I love Cajun food and have a fall party every year where I serve jambalaya to 30-40 people. I thought it would be great to have a burger that used these flavors.
Turducken is an ole-time southern favorite usually served for special occasions. We really like it so I tried to come up with something we could have more often.
I created these colorful bold flavored burgers to introduce my out of state family and friends to the southwestern cooking styles, spices and tastes.
The Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City may be home to immigrants from all corners of the globe, punk music and bootleg designer handbags, but it is THE center of the universe for pickles a
Why this is a great local burger? Because New England has the freshest of lobster, corn on the cob, and cob smoked meats, all ingredients needed for this special burger.
In the Chesapeake Bay area, we put blue crab meat on or in just about everything we eat. This recipe really showcases the delicious food my region has to offer.
It is extermely fast, inexpensive, healthy, and less than 6 ingredients to prepare.
Having lived in the state of Washington for the last 12 years, I wanted to create a burger that reflects the best of the Northwest.
My grandmother was from New Orleans and she could cook up some wonderful Creole food.All my memories of her are in the kitchen measuring spices using the palm of her hand and whistling as she cooke