I came up with this recipe while mimicking a recipe for Chicken Marsala. The patties were tender and juicy and the Chenin Blanc gave it an exceptional flavor.
This burger was inspired by my son, who loves fajitas and burgers as well. I came up with a mexican fajita burger that taste similar to fajitas. It was a big hit with my family.
I love cooking foods with an island flavor and I love dancing the tango so I came up with this recipe which combines some of my most favorite things.
This spicy lamb burger is balanced by a refreshing sweet-tart cucumber topping with a mild lavendar background complimenting the lamb.
This burger started out as a late night snack. I started to make it with things that were in the house. The dressing was a home made chip dip.
For many years, my family and friends have enjoyed my southwestern salsa recipe.
This recipe was a hit at my last cookout!
Homemade teriyaki sauce marinates the ahi tuna before chopping and forming the tuna into patties.
The aromatic herbs traditionally grown in southern France, along with goat cheese and sun-dried tomato give this burger a decidedly Provencal flavor!
I have chosen to use Kobe beef in my burger recipe because it is highly flavorful as well as extremely tender.
This is a brilliant burger, truly meant for the burger connoisseur. With one bite of the burger you begin to appreciate the fact that the taste matches the name.
I love Mexican food and this burger combines a lot of the Southwest tastes, I so dearly love. Hot spices and bountiful flavors, are a glorious thing. Enjoy!
The name of this recipe came about because this delicious burger is a fusion between the great old American Beef burger and tasty Puerto Rican flavors, hence the name Bori Burger, which is short fo
A handful of fried onion straws tops this burger, resembling the tumbleweeds found in the southwest.
Genovese Sweet Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a native plant of India, Africa, and Asia that has been used in Europe as a flavoring and medicinal herb since the early Greek civilizations at least 7 ce
I thought about all the great meals I
I really love the unique combinations of fruits (figs and dates) and spices (turmeric, coriander, allspice, etc.) that predominate in the cuisine of Morocco.