Take your equinox and shove it, weather guy. Summer truly begins when the first burger hits the grill.
Juicy burgers with Gorgonzola blue cheese.
Italian pizza-flavored burgers your whole family will love.
This is a seasoned fresh-ground pork burger topped with traditional German ingredients along with items from a Cuban sandwich. It is put on a freshly toasted pretzel roll.
These pampered burgers get a marinade, a mix with egg and bread crumbs, and are finished off on the grill with mushrooms and splash of tequila. It's like a day at the burger spa.
These half-pound burgers made with flavorful ground sirloin and topped with mushrooms give you restaurant burger flavor at home.
A bacon-based tomato sauce tops this tasty and easy chicken burger.
A garlic-heavy burger thanks to easy homemade pesto. Good for serving when you expect to encounter vampires.
Natural sugar from caramelized onions, savory flavor from beef mixed with Worcestershire sauce, and that unmistakable flavor of Swiss cheese. You've gotta make this burger happen.
Being born and reared in Alabama, I've learned a lot of traditional Southern recipes along the way. This burger is a Southern food smorgasbord, including beef patties prepared with dale's Seasoning, fried green tomatoes, and Alabama white sauce that I've used to dress what I call "the Southern Sampler Slaw," made with sweet potatoes, peaches, apples and Vidalia onion. And it's all sandwiched between two hoecakes. Now that's Southern cookin', y'all!
Beef 'n onions are what these small burgers are all about. They're the perfect little mini slider burgers if you're into dried onions.
These are little bacon cheeseburgers with the bacon built right in. They are served on a dinner roll or a small hamburger bun with pepper jack cheese, caramelized onions and homemade BBQ sauce.
I have made these a few times. Every time I've made them, they were gone as soon as I served them. Super good, pretty easy if you're a MAN, and a blast to serve. These burgers have the salty, tangy, sweet, thing going on. They rock.
This easy slider recipe makes a quick lunch, and a good way to use extra cooked chicken. You know what Hall-of-Fame man Ben Franklin said: Waste not, want not.
Take a break from grilled burgers and try these sloppy joes--with fresh peppers and onions--instead.
Take the slider concept to the Mediterranean with these turkey sliders on pita, slathered in traditional Greek tzatziki sauce.
These pineapple-flavored ground beef sliders are a good bet for your next Tiki party.
This recipe began as an experiment to see if the flavor of my favorite martini would or could transfer into a burger; I'm happy to say that it works. I think it tastes amazing. The tart flavor of the gin and juniper berries cuts through the hearty beef right to the tastebuds, and the cocktail olives and onions in the tapenade provide a salty kick to make it taste like Saturday night. The Dirty Burgertini is bar culture flavor carried to the extreme. ©2010 Anthony Taylor
This recipe seems a lot harder than it is, but you can make the gravy and the pepper mix days in advance. I went to college in Chicago and would make weekly trips to Al's, and this burger brings me right back to those crazy days. in fact I came up with this recipe because I missed Al's so much. I hope you like it as much as I do.
This is a sandwich that I like to make before a big game with a few friends, knocking back some cold ones to put the fire out from the spicy pulled beef and slaw that everyone enjoys.
Easy and quick, this is also one of those comfort foods that is a must in every home. Here's a great recipe for what we feel is the best sloppy Joe out there!