My favorite Asian appetizer, coconut-crusted shrimp, made into a burger!
These burgers were inspired by my wonderful vacation in Spain last year. My husband and I fell in love with Spanish cuisine and I wanted to recreate some of our favorite flavors in this burger.
This burger captures the flavors of the food from Mexicali, a town just south of the border. Esquites, a popular street food dish made of corn, gives a great texture and taste to the burger.
I love Monte Cristo sandwiches; the eggy richness of the outside smoothly transitions into the warm meaty interior.
As a first generation German-American and brat lover, I was thrilled to discover currywurst, a well-loved German street food made famous in Berlin by Herta Heuwer. The Berlin Wall no longer exists,
The inspiration for these burgers comes from my fond memory of a favorite aunt who used to refer to other women her age who dressed "with airs" as "mutton dressed as lamb"!
Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwiches
My husband is a huge college football fan. This led me to thinking—what would be more perfect than a brunch burger with a little kick to start off a Saturday tailgate?
This Tuscan inspired burger is packed with so many great flavors it is just begging to be eaten.
This burger was inspired by my passion for Japanese food.
My favorite way to have a filet mignon is to top it with goat cheese and a wonderful caramelized balsamic onion jam.
The flavors of black rum, caramelized orange, and allspice compliment fresh tuna to transport you to an island vacation. A light and flavorful summertime burger!