My favorite Asian appetizer, coconut-crusted shrimp, made into a burger!
These burgers were inspired by my wonderful vacation in Spain last year. My husband and I fell in love with Spanish cuisine and I wanted to recreate some of our favorite flavors in this burger.
We sit on our backyard porch and savor these burgers that are so light and delicate-tasting, they will leave you wanting more. The flavors just explode in your mouth.
I have a Latino friend, Jeremy Huerta, who loves burgers and asks me all the time to make him a burger. So I made a burger in his honor to represent the things he loves on a burger.
Growing up on a hog farm in Iowa, I have always had a love of all things pork and I find the big bold flavors of Jamaica to be palate pleasing!
This burger was inspired by my father-in-law and his memories of Korea, where he was stationed.
I decided to create a burger with all of the fabulous sweet, spicy, and savory flavors of my favorite taco!
I've always loved savory breakfast food and this burger hits every note!
I had an entree of salmon with mashed potatoes at a restaurant near Evergreen, Colorado, and wanted to create a burger from the flavors in that dish.
Sometimes the mad scientist in the kitchen can create a very delicious concoction indeed!
In this burger, the unique taste of lamb is accentuated with Indian spices and fresh aromatics.
Occasionally, a single ingredient will inspire me to race home and come up with a new recipe, as was the case when I found some fennel-pollen and lavender-studded goat cheese last summer. ...
Use soft dried figs (not dried figs with tough skins) such as California Nutra Figs, soft dried apricots sealed in pouch-type bags, and roasted almonds with skins on.
These sliders have been a fun addition to our summer luaus. Mahalo!
Merlot wine must start at room temperature for the rehydrating of the cranberry process. If you can't find Gruyere, use Swiss cheese in its place.
The layering of flavors and textures work together to build this outstanding burger that will take you and your family and friends on an island adventure. Aloha!
Believe me, this burger is delicioso! In Miami’s Calle Ocho (8th Street), a wonderfully sweet, savory burger called a "frita" is made several hundred times a day.
Our dinner guests are always impressed with the moist and flavorful qualities of this turkey burger.
This burger takes the old standby of pork chops and applesauce and transforms it into a new classic kicked up with an incredible flavor profile and fabulous layering of ingredients.