These moist and juicy burgers combine the natural partners of honey, mustard and pretzels to create a rustic tasting burger.
This is an â€œall the wayâ€ hamburger done South Carolina Myrtle Beach style with mustard, onions, Hamburger Chili and Barbecue Slaw.
My grandma Erna has been preserving what she calls Pin Money Pickles for years. Now that the torch has been passed to me, I have created this burger to showcase what is truly a family favorite.
In Central Pennsylvania, tailgating at a Penn State game starts long before the game kicks off in the afternoon.
When you think of Virginia cuisine most folks think of ham, peanuts and seafood. This is a great burger because I will combine all of Virginia
This burger is ideal to describe this local region.
This Sweet Apply Maple Burger is the greatest local burger for Vermont because it contains real maple syrup, Cabot cheddar cheese and apples. All these ingredients are part of Vermont.
Nothing says Summer in Texas like BBQ, but at today's hectic pace not everyone has time for the low and slow cooking of brisket and ribs.
In this recipe, pork, apples, and sweet potatoes complement each other perfectly plus they all are raised or grown in abundance in Oklahoma. These burgers are as delicious as they are unusual.
This burger utilizes the fruit of the Texas State Tree; the Pecan Tree. This burger is unique in its combination of savory and sweet but will soon be a family favorite.
My inspiration was a generations old family recipe for Brown Sugar Mustard and my German heritage.
My inspiration for Southern Fried Chicken Liver and Rumaki Jam Balsamic Pecan Burger was my