Looking for some healthy zing in your life.
I relish the rare occasion I have time to make stuffed cabbage during our cold winter months in Wisconsin. This enhanced warm weather spin-off, burger style, is faster and more flavorful.
This recipe came about compleetly by accident, but has become a family favorite. I hope you'll enjoy it too.
This burger celebrates some of New England’s great traditional flavors.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving all year long with this tasty and moist burger! It's a great "day-after" Thanksgiving meal. Your family won't even know that your using up the Thanksgiving left-overs!
I truly enjoy creating recipes with the combined tastes of sweet, smoky, salty, and savory. I also especially enjoy sleeping in late on the weekends.
Originally from Colorado, we enjoy watching football (Broncos) and the flavors associated with a good batch of Hot Wings.
My family loves to eat chicken wings, and we often make them on the grill at home. I have mastered a delicious spicy honey garlic sauce that is mouth-watering good!
Being of Italian heritage, we love to grill our favorite foods (sausage, eggplant, peppers, cheese) and have our friends over to enjoy the food and of course drink Sutter wine.
I created this burger as an alternative to beef. Since we live in Texas, I incorporated some of the Southwest flavors of this fine state.
My grandmother used to put raisins in her meatballs. At the time, I thought the idea was a bit strange, however, as I grew older I began to appreciate the taste.
I wanted the caramelized onions and finely ground walnuts to be the focus of this burger. I also added a little spice with the pepper jack cheese.
This burger is so light and refreshing tasting. It has a combination of sweet and savory with a delightful taste of the grilled pineapple and canadian bacon.
I wanted the caramelized onions and finely ground walnuts to be the focus of this burger.
A 100% beef burger bursting with Southwest flavor and topped with a roasted tomatillo salsa, tequila caramelized onions, and crumbled cotija cheese served on Navajo fry bread with chipotle sour cre
This recipe came out of my passion for the Burger. And my even bigger passion for trying to make a new, exciting and delicious burger.