This burger came about when one of my regular customers told the waitress to have me surprise him when she took his order. He liked it and named it.
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I'm from the Milwaukee area where motorcycles are everywhere. I created this recipe in honor of my brother, a true Harley rider.
The creamy spinach topping sets off a slightly sweet but hearty burger with occasional bits of nutty crunch.
These burgers are always a hit. For most people half of a stuffed burger patty(sliced crossways) is plenty. I remember as a child, my parents fixing these for company! They were always a treat.
The definition of schmeer is â€œa batch of things that go well togetherâ€Â, and that perfectly describes the roasted garlic paprika butter that is slathered all over this beauty.
In the middle of the summer, when I am selling at the local open air farmers market, I always enjoy snacking on wonerful heirloom tomatoes, with a little herbs, garlic, and goat cheese all on a pie
Family had a cabin in northern Minnesota and would fish for walleye. This recipe was developed over time.
Our Motto is " No one leaves hungry" Mike makes a stuffed burger that few can finish. Most choose to split one but they are beyond yummy.
This burger was created in the spring of 2006 because I knew that I was moving to Arizona. I moved to Arizona from Michigan and I wanted to create something that was southwestren in style.
I developed this recipe from a dinner entree and side dish. I love the combination of it all.
After watching Build a Better Burger on the Food Network channel, I decided I would enter the contest. I work as a paramedic and use cooking as a stress release.
Northern Italy inspired Mediterranean burger. Accented with the sweet taste of crab.
Greek Gyros are traditionally pita sandwiches made with spicey meat shavings off of a big rotating spit.The following is a simpler version.
I am of Italian descent and I both my mother and grandmother loved to cook wonderflly flavered Italian dishes.
This is a tasty hamburger that is a southern specialty. The recipe is very simple but the burger is delicious.
The inspiration behind this burger came from my love of wine and wanting to pair a burger with a wine that might seem unconventional.
We are celebrating our golden wedding anniversary and I will always remember how I had to wait until we were wed on June 17, 1956, before my wife, known in Castroville, Tx, as the Hamburger Queen,
In creating this entree I wanted to embrace a culture who's cuisine isn't unknown by far in the United States but hasn't been exposed to the level that other cultures have.