A wonderful burger for your outdoor gatherings or for a sit-down dinner this burger is filled with savory flavor and moisture!
Sausage and burger together. can't be beat!
This burger is certainly one way of getting in your at least a serving of your daily green vegetables and good source of protein and calcium, but also extremely tasty and full of robust flavor.
This is a beef burger mixed with pine nuts and Calamato Olives. It is then topped with condiments and a Balsamic Dressing. It is a different but exciting blend of flavors.
This burger is a sophisticated twist on a classic burger. Serve with plenty of napkins!
This recipe came about after my husband and I prepared a pinwheel steak stuffed with roasted red peppers and spinach served with the blue cheese sauce.
In Texas, Beef reigns supreme. This is especially true for beef brisket. We love our beef so much that virtually every bbq eatery in the Lonestar state has this on the menu.
This recipe is inspired by the pub drink called Black and Tan, which combines a pale ale with a stout or porter.
My Sister In-Law and Myself are left cooking for our husbands who have aGuitar Manufacturing Bussiness together. Part of their job is "smoozing," clients.
This recipe comes blends my Wisconsin and Slovak heritages. The bratwurst is cooked in the traditional Wisconsin way – boiled in beer and onions.
I love trying out new recipes on my family and friends. The added challenge of the Build a Better Burger contest made it even more fun.
Using lean cuts of beef for burgers can leave the burger dry and tough.
The combination of olives and ground beef make a moist and flavorful burger, however the Blue Cheese Vodka Mayo just may be the closure to a winning burger.
Serve this delicious burger with good conversation, hearty wine and the ones you love!
I developed this recipe along with my two daughters Emma 9 and Julia 7, at our cottage on Rumsey Road in Au Gres, Michigan.
My first memory of experiencing “fine dining” at a restaurant was a moist duck breast paired with fruit.