This great tasting spicy chorizo turkey burger will make your mouth burst with flavor.
Homemade teriyaki sauce marinates the ahi tuna before chopping and forming the tuna into patties.
A handful of fried onion straws tops this burger, resembling the tumbleweeds found in the southwest.
~~~As summer seems to be slipping away gather your friends and family and celebrate the end of summer. Take a trip to the tropics without even leaving home.
A juicy sirloin overflowing with remarkable flavors of pineapple, mango, ginger, and Sutter Home Chenin Blanc.
My inspiration for this recipe was the fall season and all the great flavors it brings. I'm also a blue cheese fanatic!
For six years, I lived on the beautiful island of Oahu.
This autumn inspired burger features a patty seasoned with fresh sage and moistened with rich Sutter Home Merlot.
This burger is reminiscent of all things Boston. After all we started the whole Thanksgiving thing! These flavors blend well and are a fun alternative to the same old, same old.
The Hawaii 5 O burger is a pork burger with a citrus soy glaze.
As a Korean-American family, we enjoy having Korean BBQ to bring family and friends together. I wanted to add the spicy yet sweet flavors of Korean BBQ to the American Burger.
The acronym "yooper" refers to people living in Michigan's upper peninsula. My burger includes ingredients familiar to this unique region of diverse heritage.
I'm from the South, born and raised, and we know our barbecue in North Carolina!
This is a great local burger burger because ramps are very popular in West Virginia. There are many state festivals and events that celebrate ramps every year. They are actually wild leeks.
My Nutty Sweet-n-Spice Pineapple Burger is a combination of the great flavors that represent Florida.
Sweet is from our tropical influences (pineapple).
My hometown Fort Worth, nicknamed Cowtown, ranks beef as the number one meat for any entree. This is where the stockyards are, where cows were traded and where the West begins.
I was born and raised in New York and have lived in Manhattan for the past six years.
What would a burger contest in the year 2008 be without a tribute to the first African American who made U.S. history by being selected as the presumed Democratic nominee?