A moist beef burger, seasoned with apple pie spices, topped with grilled apples & candied walnuts, served on a buttered brioche bun.
This burger exemplifies New Mexican cuisine at it's finest, using traditional Southwest ingredients like red chile and piñon pine nuts.
I came up with the name of this burger due to the bold combination of pineapples and jalapenos. This sweet-hot burger is truly a treat for the tastebuds.
I really enjoy fruit chutneys with pork tenderloin. When I heard about this contest, I decided to see if I could put the chutney inside a burger.
This burger is based on a favorite dish of our Cuban family called "Niño Para la Escuela" which means "Little Boy Going to School".
A 100% beef burger infused with jerk seasoning and topped with tamarind aioli, caramelized plantains, and mustard greens served on a grilled onion roll smeared with toasted coconut butter.
As a liveaboard sailor, who loves a good hamburger, I built this burger to honor the German and Russian sailors who brought the hamburger to American shores in the 19th century.
This burger celebrates the cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, and was inspired, in part, by the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
This spicy treat is an American Tex-Mex Explosion, combining many American twists. Love those jalepeno poppers that you often find as an appetizer?
Because friends and relatives like a burger with a little bite, I created this herbed burger topped with pepper jack cheese.
My father has an abnormal love of hot pepper cheese. At a family barbeque, this was my attempt to create something he would really enjoy. The cheese is in the middle for a delicious surprise.
All of my favorite foods and cooking ingredients are in this recipe. The burgers are savory-sweet topped off with a buttery citrus baby bok choy.
Health-conscience food does not have to be flavorless. These salmon burgers are made with a good dab of wasabi paste to get your nose running.
Raising the Roof Burger is a unique burger that is slightly spicy. That is why it is called it is "Raising the Roof". It is created to resemble a hot tamale, however it is a burger.
This is a great burger that has both a sweet and tangy flavor and is easy to prepare.
This is such fun to serve and so easy to prepare. When bringing the "bowls" to the table it just looks like bread.
I believe you can never have enough pepper. It is the one thing I put on just about everything.
2 pounds ground pork
As a young girl, my mom and I spent hours together cooking and creating in the kitchen. One of our favorite things to make were traditional Monte Cristo sandwiches.
The key word in this recipe is “fresh” – not only for fresh ingredients but for a “fresh” taste.