"Fit for a King", this yummy double-decker burger has savory ingredients that blend together to form a truly delectable delight!
In the path of Katrina, the Crescent City was turned upside down last year, leaving the streets of New Orleans scarred with the aftermath of a life-changing storm.
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.
We love spicy burgers! Low fat ground turkey with fresh hot peppers is a weekly favorite at our house.
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.
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.
This burger is so moist it will bring you to tears of joy. The inside is stuffed with green and red bell peppers and Colby jack cheese.
This recipe was inspired by the traditional Country Captain Chicken that originated in cities along the southern Atlantic coast.
My family loves Italian food especially my husband. One day we were all trying to decide what to have for supper.
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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.
I created this recipe to honor the cattle drover who seemed ever-present in our regional history and the colorful chuckwagons that were such a vital part of the cattle drives.
Fajitas are a favorite here in Arizona!