This burger is truly unique in the sense that I have taken something sweet and delicious and combined it in a burger that makes it so tasty and moist it almost melts in your mouth.
This recipe is a result of a few business trips in the southern states that I took with a good friend and co-worker who is originally from the Florida east coast.
I am not a gourmet, by any means, but this is my favorite burger that I came up with and I love the suble flavors and aroma of the patties and the satisfying crunch of the slaw.
This recipe is inspired by my Mexican mother who used to make turkey mole after Thanksgiving to use up all the left-over turkey!
These burgers have classic Italian American flavors and were inspired by my Italian grandmother. As is typical in Italian cooking, the recipe and techniques are simple.
What makes this the “All American Burger”? Simply that I tried to incorporate all corners of the US.
This recipe brings me back to my childhood where it was lovingly compiled by a thrifty Mom trying to stretch her food dollars! It is rich in Omega fatty acids and delicious!
Food has always been an important part of my life. My mother tells me that my first sentence was "Food Me" so I've been a foodie since my beginning.
These burgers were titled in honor of our favorite Caribbean restaurant, the Calypso Cafe, where we always get the tasty plantain nachos.
I love Chicken Marsala with spinach. The idea of turning traditional dishes into burgers is always exciting. Burgers that can be paired with wine are even better.
These burgers were inspired and titled in honor of our favorite Caribbean restaurant, the Calypso Cafe, where we always get the tasty plantain nachos.
I grew up with a Mama that prepared good, simple meals. She used to serve a salad that contained apples, lettuce, American cheese, and mayonnaise. I absolutely loved it!
This is a spicey, sweet turkey burger using the warm spices of Morocco and the spicey red pepper paste, harissa.
Chicken fajitas is one of my favorites at a Mexican restaurant. The components of this burger have everything a fajita has....onions, peppers, cheese and sour cream.
The surprising element of caramel makes this sweet and savory burger a hit with all ages. It is easy to make and beautiful to serve.