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.
Hi, My name is Terri Van Lehn and I am 32yr old blonde female from Charleston WV. I just want to let you know that this hamburger is juicy,juicy,juicy it literally melts in your mouth.
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.
Just as the name states this one is over the top. I am a little confused as to which type this is so I will enter it in both. I am using 100% beef but it is topped with a crab cake.
I was introduced to this burger in Hawaii and it is out of your mind delicious. Sometimes though Mahi Mahi may be difficult to find and tuna can be substituted.
This great tasting spicy chorizo turkey burger will make your mouth burst with flavor.
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.
Ahoy, me hearties! This recipe is inspired by the pirates who roamed the Outer Banks of North Carolina and buried their treasure in chests.
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.
Thank you, Nancy. This recipe was inspired by the classic dish, Beef Wellington, and a long-ago trip to France.
This recipe was a hit at my last cookout!
I once had a club sandwich in Washington DC that has stuck with me for many years. It was a typical club, except they topped it with pickled ginger. WOW...That was the best sandwich I ever tasted.
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!
In the Southwest, late summer can only mean one thing, Hatch chilies. It seems as if almost every corner has a chili stand, where bushels and bushels of Anaheim chilies are being fire roasted.
This burger was created on a whim. I made coffee cake one morning that I was making hamburgers.
I have chosen to use Kobe beef in my burger recipe because it is highly flavorful as well as extremely tender.