This recipe is for 6 burgers.
Really the reason that I have done this recipe was the fact that I watched this on the food network and thought it would be fun to try. And I thought what it could hurt to try.
A simple comfort burger, gooey and juicy, but complex and complete in flavor. A quick and easy way to zip up that boring burger.
The perfect combination of surf and turf; bite down and enjoy!
I created this recipe after watching an episode of Paula Dean's show on Food Network. She introduced me to the idea of a white BBQ sauce and I have been hooked on my own version of it ever since.
A mouth watering experience, if you can get your teeth into it!
This is a burger we make in the summer with friends.
"Savoureux Faux-Filet" is "Savory Sirloin" in French..I love cooking with a French flair, so I decided to create a burger incorporating French flavors.
My girl friend and I were looking for a new way to make a burger that had most of the ingridients inside the burger instead of outside. This is what we came up with
People tend to think Texas is all about beef, but we have equal love of porkâ€”especially sausage and bacon.
This is a great burger if you are looking for something juicy and great tasting. It has been developed over years of entering the Build-A-Better-Burger contest.
This burger has a great combination of flavors: smoky, savory, sweet, tangy and spicy!
Who doesn't love bacon? It's a family treat around here and so I wanted to build it into a burger with a creamy cheesy topping as well. Yum!
My burger inspired me to write several limericks. Theyâ€™re all in fun. I hope you enjoy them as an introduction to my recipe!
Some burgers are the perfect lunch burgers, some go hand-in-hand with dinner, and some have late-night written all over them.
This burger was inspired by ingredients purchased at a farmer's market in one of my favorite summer towns; Port Austin, Michigan in the "Thumb" of Michigan.
My family and I like to try different things, and I love the combination of sweet and spicy.