This burger is truly unique in the sense that I have taken something sweet and delicious and combined it in a burger that makes it so tasty and moist it almost melts in your mouth.
I grew up with a Mama that prepared good, simple meals. She used to serve a salad that contained apples, lettuce, American cheese, and mayonnaise. I absolutely loved it!
The surprising element of caramel makes this sweet and savory burger a hit with all ages. It is easy to make and beautiful to serve.
Hawaiian pineapple gives this burger its fresh island taste and balanced sweetness.
A fresh alternative to a burger!
Traditional bacon cheeseburger with a crunchy apple & onion salsa topping.
Makes 6 Burgers
Enjoy this sweet and juicy beef burger on a hot summer day along with a glass of Sutter Home Chardonnay wine.
Preheat gas grill to medium heat. Rub grill with oil.
Double Pork Mini Burgers with Apple-Tarragon Salsa Served on Split Apple Fritters These burgers are a perfect blend of savory and sweet.
It would seem impossible to capture the essence of the Cape along with years of fond memories from there inside a hamburger, but that's exactly what my lovely wife did for me.
It's a perfect introduction to autumn meal where it's still warm enough to grill out but there is an abundance of harvest fruits.
Hope you feel like you just arrived in the islands as you eat this burger. This burger combines some of my favorite flavors of Hawaii.
This is a fabulous recipe my mother likes to make for me when I visit her. It's simple but the flavors really pop!
This is a midwest-inspired homey type burger. It is a take on the old pork chops and applesauce dish my mom made back in the 50s.
I am a University Administrator at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. I have a Master's degree in Developmental Psychology. I was born in England, grew up mostly in Europe: England, Italy, and Germany.
This is based on Oma's (German for grandma) regular Sunday dinner with the family. It was beef roll-ups with a sweet red cabbage. I thought it sounded like a winning burger.
I was fortunate to spend several months in Germany and enjoyed many of the foods and flavors I've incorporated into this recipe.