This is a great burger to serve on a crusty roll. All condements go well with it. You can experiment with the grated cheese-Parmesan works best.
Hi, I'm not quite sure what you are looking for in the introduction, so I will tell you a little about my self.
I don't even like beef, but I love these burgers.. and so do all of my friends. Very simple and easy to do.
A classic New England Burger that goes great with a good Boston Ale to wash it down.
This is a happy Burger, to be served with either Sutter Red or White due and owing to the unique flavor. Children & adults alike, will crave this burger.
This unique style burger is a meal in itself.
This recipe came to me after my completion from graduating from high school. I was having hamburgers and hotdogs at my graduation party and I thought they were a little dull.
THIS IS A WELL ROUNDED BURGER. IT COVERS ALL ASPECTS OF A BACKYARD GOURMET. FROM ITS SEASONED, BODY WARMING PATTY, TO THE COOL REFRESHING SUMMER CUCUMBER TOPPING...
I came up with this recipe with what was available in my fridge. Of course there are all sorts of alterative items that could be used, whatever you may like.
My daughter loves mushrooms and I am always trying to new ways to serve them to her.. as I was making this she kept stealing them away from me and eating the raw mushrooms..
This is a unique burger because it has two textures of beef but it is all American with touches of flavor to delight the pallete.
The Mile High Melt is my spin on the cheese steak sandwich. It is gooey and messy and sinfully good.
These burgers are excellent paired with a simple pasta salad or ceasar. A glass of sangria or your favorite red wine, and some fresh fruit such as melons, strawberries, blueberries & kiwi.
I created this recipe after tasting a stuffed pastry appetizer. I wanted a similar stuffing to compliment a beef burger.
We make this as an alternitive to the tradidtional burger. We grill a lot in the summer, and have a host of options for all the traditional favorites!
My wife calls these my 'grilled meatballs' because I took the recipe as a variation on her meatball recipe. These burgers come out juicy enough to even be reheated the next day.
This simple to prepare burger is very versatile and stands up to a merlot or cav sav. If I were to open a restaurant or sing a song about a burger, this would be the one!
Pretend you are on a Greek island, enjoying many of the local food flavors, all tucked into the Great American Burger! The best of both worlds on a budget everyone can afford.
A great tasting, beautifully fragrant summer burger!