One of my favorite places to buy ingredients is the Philadelphia Italian Market. It is on 9th street in Philadelphia.
The following burger was inspired from a year of living abroad in central Europe when I was twenty years old.
I wrote this for my Dad. The Recipe was inspired by my dad and his love of cooking and his Italian heritage, which was started by his father. Thanks Dad.
Hamburgers and crawfish have always been in my Top Ten favorite food list, but I had never thought about combining the two until I read about this contest.
This burger was created for the West and our soliders. When our soliders fought for our freedom many years ago, one of the meats that they ate was buffalo.
I love lamb but the wife and I fight over how it should be served. I like my lamb chops grilled or oven roasted until medium and served with a wine/au jus herbed reduction.
My wife and I love the flavors of Veal Saltimbocca so here is our version of a very sexy and romantic dish in the form of a burger. :)
Smoky guddha cheese, sweet grilled onions, savory grilled mushrooms, and zippy seasoned mayo collide with delicious buffalo-meat on warm buns to create a definite taste explosion.
Smoky guddha cheese, sweet grilled onions, savory grilled mushrooms, and zippy seasoned mayo collide with delicious ground chuck on warm buns to create a definite taste explosion.
As a kid I was inspired by my Dad and his Love of cooking.This is based on some of what he taught me. Thanks...
This is a delicious alternative burger which is high in protein and gets much of your vegetables in for the day as well.
Portabello mushrooms are great as an alternative to a burger. As a vegetarian I'm always trying to create a burger as hearty and fulfilling and healthy as a beef burger.
My husband is always bragging to our friends about what a good cook he married. So, when we have a group of friends over for a cook out, the bar is raised!!!
It tates like a regular beef hamburger, but without the beef.
This is a great alternative to your traditional hamburger but with a sweet and spicy twist. The bacon adds a bit of smokiness that balances out the sweet glaze.
Living only 15 minutes from Kennett Square, the "mushroom capital of the world", I have been able to experiment with many different varieties of mushrooms.