Ahoy, me hearties! This recipe is inspired by the pirates who roamed the Outer Banks of North Carolina and buried their treasure in chests.
This burger started out as a late night snack. I started to make it with things that were in the house. The dressing was a home made chip dip.
This is a brilliant burger, truly meant for the burger connoisseur. With one bite of the burger you begin to appreciate the fact that the taste matches the name.
~~~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.
When I lived in Southern California, I lived next door to the most amazing Mexican restaurant. The food was unbelievably delicious. One of my favorite things on the menu was the Tacos Al Carbon.
This burger is my take on the French stew, Cassoulet, a dish traditionally loaded
with various meats, white beans and crispy bread crumbs.
The use of great products like Virginia Ham and Bacon make this alternative burger reflective of the pride of Virginia when it comes to its pork products.
I make home made dill pickles and we put them on and in just about everything. I even use the juice in potato salads and the sauce that crowns this pickilous pickle burger.
I love Asian shrimp toast appetizers and bacon! Here’s my revved up version by creating shrimp sliders with a spicy bacon jam topping with the extra crunch of crispy potato strings.
I love shrimp burgers and I love anything with bacon! I’ve revved up my tastebuds by creating a Chipotle shrimp slider with balsamic bacon jam and added extra crunchy potato strings.
Having a reason to go to Roosevelt Avenue in Queens, New York is always a very dangerous proposition.
We make a stuffed pork loin in the winter with a similar flavor combination
It is hard to beat the classic combo of waffles and fried chicken so I combined those flavors into one sweet and savory, comfort-food burger!
On a whim one day, my then boyfriend and I took a road trip from Orlando to Boston, driving through the south.
Tapenas is the provencial word for capers, combined with figs and garlic, the perfect tapenade is born to accompany this lovely burger. "Amburger" is the french pronunciation!