Sausage and burger together. can't be beat!
My husband and I were talking about what type of burger I should make for the contest over some cocktails. We thought of this type of burger. It was fun to make.
My meatballs are a big hit with my family! I adapted my meatball recipe to create a juicy, flavorful burger with an Italian flare.
One of my favorite places to buy ingredients is the Philadelphia Italian Market. It is on 9th street in Philadelphia.
Tired of the traditional and bland burger. Try the "Minnetonka Burger" created by the Goeman's from the land of 10,000 lakes. This isn't your one handed burger!
This is a simple & great alternative to the everyday burger. Serve it any day or for special occasions and watch your family & guests enjoy the combination of flavors.
This is a great alternative to the everyday burger. Easy, quick, and delicious it is sure to please family, friends, and guests.
This is a great meat alternative with a Greek flare. It is sure to please the fussiest eaters.
I am first generation American.
I love Chorizo!
My hobbies include gardening and artwork. I like to entertain my friends and family. As we get together I like to create new recipes when we cook out.
My husband and I both love grilled sausage and grilled burgers. I created this recipe to satisfy both of our cravings.
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.
The following burger was inspired from a year of living abroad in central Europe when I was twenty years old.
Surf and Turf is a classic combination of seafood and steak. It works just as well in this burger/crab combination.
OK. OK. In all honesty I wouldn't eat this if you paid me to! But my deer-hunting boyfriend says this is the best way to prepare wild game.
I love hamburgers and since I recently relocated to the Lone Star state I had to create a burger that had a tex-mex feel.
Coming from the Tidewater area of Virginia, we are fortunate to have an abundance of local seafood that can be used in a variety of recipes.