Everything is better with a little guiness, cheese, sausage, beef and bacon.
Smokey, sweet, spicey mix of ingredients that make a tastey combination.
Celebrating the fresh produce available at country roadside stands, this vegetable-filled burger is the perfect summer recipe.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 14 - 17 minutes Serves: 6
My family is of German descent and since the hamburger was originally made in Hamburg Germany, I thought I would combine some of my family’s favorite flavors.
Tired of your favorite toppings squirting out of the bun and burger and into your lap?
A Southern imagination created this delicious burger temptation!
This burger gets its name from the tesxas toast bun and 2 kinds of melted cheese to add some flare!
this recipe uses some favorite flavors!
This is really a great tasting burger. The combination of caramelized maple, peppery horseradish, and smoky bacon is truly fantastic.
If Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie had offered General Santa Anna one of these burgers before the battle of the Alamo, Texas may be celebrating a different Independence Day!
Layers of flavor. Delicious. Not your ordinary burger.
This burger is the poor-man's version of the the expensive dish, but pity the poor rich fella who never tries it!
Best of the Fresh tastes from Both North and South of the Mason Dixon. All ground together with all the tips I could find from James McNair and Chef Starr AND... years of hours at the grill
With all the fixings from home and all the wilderness from the wild west, this buffalo burger is a savory frontier fantastique.
Prep Time: 30 minutes Cooking Time: 20 minutes Prep Ingredients: Cooking Spray Prep Supplies: Food Chopper 2 medium bowls 1 knife papertowels cutting board grilling spatula measuring spoons 2 large
Whether you use a charcoal grill or a gas grill, you will need a medium to hot fire.
This is one spicy burger! Not a traditional burger, this one will knock your socks off! Savor the spices both hot and sweet. Rounded off with the traditional flavors of chedder and smoky bacon.
I created this recipe after my dad suggested a "Wagons West!" burger idea.