The name of my burger is derived from the nickname for Arugula, often referred to as Rocket. The Rocket Burger will transport you to another world, it is so good!
I love bbq, and I love ribeye steak. So why not combine the two into the best burger ever, one that is talked about at social gatherings and family get-together.
When I first read about the contest in the newspaper I had just finished preparing my menu for a 4th of July barbeque for my family which included traditional all american cheeseburgers.
I JUST LOVE PINEAPPLE AND THOUGHT THIS COMBINATION WOULD BE REALLY TASTY. AFTER MAKING THEM, MY FAMILY JUST LOVES THEM!
Growing up in Cincinnati with four very German grandparents, the scents of German meat and cabbage along with Rye Bread is something that everyone remembers.
There are many flavors in this burger. The combination of sweet, sour and spice with the crisp apples and salty bacon come together to produce a complex burger.
I like to grill year round, especially in the cooler fall months. I created this recipe out of my desire for a more autumnal flavored burger.
My inspiration for this burger was to create a leaner, alternative burger without compromising on flavor and moistness.
My home state, Washington State is known for its apples.
My heritage. Being Cuban-American, at the same time that I enjoy sweet and spicy foods rich in spices, I also love a good old all-American burger.
I have always enjoyed creating different dishes. On Independence Day of this year I created the Apple Walnut Burger it was a big hit at our party.
Fritas are the fast food hamburgers of Cuba. I decided to utilize this concept to create my version of this hamburger.
This Waldorf-Inspired burger puts a new twist on a classic favorite.