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This burger is evocative of the sheperd pies loved by the British. And who doesn't love beef and mashed potatoes - topped with onions and mushrooms?
I added mushrooms to the meat to help with the moisture content. It works well with the wine and oil added. Hope you like it.
These savory, juicy burgers are full of mouth-watering flavor. Pair them up with a delightful Sutter Home Cabernet Sauvignon for a complete taste experience...enjoy!
This is a "vin version" of my Moist and Meaty Martini Burger. Although we have wine with our meals regularly, I don't often cook with it.
This is a great burger that has an extra bite of flavor: Butter with Carmelized onions and thyme then further reduced with some Merlot.
My husband and I came up with this recipe for a gourmet type burger when we had company because we wanted something special and different.
My wife and I love the flavors of Veal Saltimbocca so here is our version of a very sexy and romantic dish in the form of a burger. :)
These burgers are rich, juicy and packed with an earthy umami flavor of beef, mushrooms, wine, and soy sauce with a wisp of smokiness from bacon.
Inspired by today's desire to combine healthy eating with satisfying flavors, farm fresh ingredients and family recipes, this recipe calls to mind the freshness of Sicilian cooking.
This traditional mushroom burger is fit for a king!
Our family's favorite winter meal, Coq au Vin was the inspiration for one of our new favorite summer burgers.
This is a welcome change from the usual hamburger.
The inspriation for this burger comes from my Dad. My Dad always use to say that he loved hot food served hot and cold food served cold.
Years ago my father used to always want to impress my wife with his great steaks...they really were great! We both appreciated his efforts to make us feel loved by going to such extremes.