This burger is a sophisticated twist on a classic burger. Serve with plenty of napkins!
I always liked the crisp panko-style breadcrumbs. In this recipe, I created my own panko crumbs using Krinkle Cut Chips Salt and Fresh Ground Pepper Flavor.
This burger has a great combination of flavors: smoky, savory, sweet, tangy and spicy!
The woodsy taste and smell of dried mushrooms, and the crunch of root vegetables.
South Carolina is the largest peach growing state in America.
I was originally going to call this burger the "East Coast Burger" as I am from New Jersey and there are elements from New York, Philadelphia, and the southeast.
This is a mixture that originally started out as a glaze for chicken and we just happened to have some left when we were making burgers. We decided to use the glaze as a marinade for the beef.
My 5 year old daughter and I wanted to grill a different burger than our usual so we went for spicy and loved it.
The ingredients that make up this burger are totally indicative of the North-Central Mid-west; Scandinavian-German-Native American country.
This burger represents the southwest in many different ways. It has fire, spice, sweetness and crunch.
Born and raised in New England - The Fall is my favorite season.
The Down South Peachy Burger is a great burger for summertime grilling, no matter where you live.
Summers spent on my grandparents farm in New Jersey are the inspiration for my deliciously decadent local yolkal burger.
Apples are a beloved staple in the Midwest. It may be too cold to grow mangoes or pineapples; but boy do we have lots of varieties of apples, and we love to cook with them.
Pin money pickles became a midwest favorite when they were first used in the rail car restaurant venues of the Pullman Railroads.
Growing up in San Diego, I’m not even sure I knew exactly where Montana was, but I did know it was part of the Wild West and the land of cowboys.
Here in the Deep South as in many warm climes, we need something hot and spicy to click on the internal A/C.
In the early 1920s, the Deep Ellum area of Dallas was a birthing ground for many famous jazz and blues musicians.
The Saucy Stroga 'n' Stuff Burger came from my family's and my favorite foods and flavor combinations.