We are glad it's summer and grilling time again. These burgers are a favorite of my family - everyone volunteers to help prepare these hamburgers with their spicy festive flavor.
This recipie is influenced by the tastes of Cuba and Miami. The ground pork patty is infused with the flavors of mojo, and the finished product is an homage to Cuban sandwiches.
This burger is anything but ordinary. With a kick of chilies and a cooling twist of avocado and lime, your mouth will be begging for more!
The cuisine of New Mexico is an interesting blend of three different cultures: Native American, Mexican and European.
Although I prefer natural lump charcoal for its smokey flavor, there are times when I need to fire up the gas grill for convenience sake.
My friends stared at me curiously when I first created this burger because I was spreading vanilla frosting on the buns.
This Latin American inspired and flavored burger although appearing complicated is actually quite simple to make.
Most of my cooking at home is best by instantaneous creative efforts. Whatever we have is usually thrown together in an explosion of taste.
My middle son says at my age I need to stay mobile. I love puttering around my kitchen and backyard.
A burger doesn't have to have a secret incredient for people to love it. You'll love it when people bite into this magic burger and say, "ooh, is that pesto" Enjoy!
The donut is not just for dunking anymore! The sweet glazed taste goes well with the tanginess of the barbeque sauce in a Sweet Glazed Barbeque Chicken Burger.
THESE ARE A GREAT REFRESHING BURGER ON A HOT SUMMERS DAY, MADE WITH FRESH INGREDIENTS FROM YOUR GARDEN!ALL BEEF PATTY TOPPED WITH A CHUNKY VEGETABLE AND SOUR CREAM SAUCE.
I thought of this recipe because I am quite fond of "blackened" dishes. I did not want it to be too boring though, so I thought I would experiment.
Juicy big beef burgers and grilled Chanterelle mushrooms are topped with a tasty cheese fondue and then sprinkled with Chipotle Chili Barbeque spiked shallots in crusty French bread.
I'm a freelance graphic designer and copywriter who loves to cook and feed my family and friends (and dogs!).
This recipe is inspired by the Caribean flavors of pork, plantain, and mango salsa.
Baked beans on toast is a British comfort food. My inspiration for this burger came from re-visiting that classic dish and remembering how good it acutally is.
This succulant burger combines a few ingredients you don't typically find in a burger ... brown sugar, sesame seeds and cocoa powder.
Lightly tame the roguish good taste of goat cheese with the fruity goodness of Gewurztraminer wine.