This is no gyro, and it’s not your typical burger. This is 1/3 pound ground Lamb served between a grilled pita and topped with a delicious cucumber and yogurt sauce.
A celebratory burger for a Mediterranean-inspired meal. Opa!
This spicy lamb burger is balanced by a refreshing sweet-tart cucumber topping with a mild lavendar background complimenting the lamb.
An Italian-American classic takes a twist when sandwiched in a fresh ciabatta rolls.
This delicious lamb burger is accompanied by the complimentary flavors of a creamy hummus spread and a crunchy salad tossed with Greek flavors, including kalamata olives, mint, parsley, olive oil,
This one will take you right to Athens! It is a refreshing change from the typical hamburger.
The "HAMBUR-GYRO" was inspired by combining 2 of my favorite foods, the hamburger and Greek gyro.
The term "Kiwi" is frequently misused in North America to refer to the fuzzy brown berry with green flesh which is a type of gooseberry, originally from China.
These are delightfully tangy and fresh burgers.
This lamb burger was inspired by my childhood memories. Growing up, we lived near a Greek family that treated me as their very own.
My European friends are not hamburger eaters, but my Champagne Burgers makes all of them to Burger lovers!
Overbearing mint consumed my herb garden, choking out the more polite aromatics. So, this recipe began as a search for something to do with mint. Naturally, Turkish cuisine came to mind.
I really love the unique combinations of fruits (figs and dates) and spices (turmeric, coriander, allspice, etc.) that predominate in the cuisine of Morocco.
I love Middle Eastern food, in particular, the food of Lebanon. The national dish of Lebanon is something called kibbeh, which is a mixture of either beef or lamb (I
This burger is French food at itâ€™s essence. The burger itself is very simple and pure: ground chuck, shallot, rosemary, fleur de sel, and freshly ground black pepper.
The flavor is a Herby-Garlicy coating the burgers. Grilled and served in warmed pita bread!
A more Eastern version of my favorite beef burger. Flavorful under a veil of pomegranate glaze with carmelized fennel and a salsa of blood orange and mint.
These burgers bring the tantalizing taste of Indian food to the table.