A burger a day keeps the doctor away, right? As I’m sure I’ve already expressed, I’m a sucker for a smashburger, but I decided to switch it up a bit. This gourmet burger of sorts is stacked with arugula, caramelized onions, jarlsberg cheese, homemade mustard aioli and United Harvest organic grass-fed, grass-finished ground beef. The beef is so juicy and flavorful and really takes this burger to the next level. These were gobbled up in no time!
I’m SO excited to share my smashburger recipe using none other than United Harvest meat. Their ground beef is honestly some of the best I’ve ever tasted, made from a unique blend of angus beef and waygu fat, giving the meat an insanely delicious and deep flavor. Better yet, their meat is free of hormones, feed additives, and unnecessary antibiotics. The meat is delicious and mouth watering on its own, but pairs perfectly with my homemade stone ground mustard aioli and classic burger toppings.
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To celebrate National Burger Day yesterday AKA my favorite day of the year, I decided to try my hand at the classic smash burger. Gathering inspiration from the delicious cheeseburger at Burgers Never Say Die in Los Angeles, this burger is classic and simple yet packed with flavor. The sharpness of the diced raw onion pairs perfectly with the ketchup, yellow mustard and vinegary pickles. If you are able to locate Martin’s Potato Rolls sandwich rolls, they really take this burger (and any burger/sandwich, really) over the top!
Hi everyone! It’s been a minute (or a couple months) since I last posted. With a busy work schedule and back-to-back weekends of weddings, bridal showers, bachelorettes – you name it – I haven’t found much time to get in the kitchen! We finally had a weekend at home with absolutely no plans, so we decided to make these incredibly delicious cheeseburger tater tot cups. I found these gems on Pinterest and made a few tweaks to the recipe and boy, were they a hit. These tots are the perfect appetizer for football Saturday and/or Sunday!
The Jucy Lucy burger is a meal everyone should try at least once in their life. The gooey, cheesy interior of the burger patty makes for a delicious, melt-in-your mouth experience and is made even better when topped with some fresh pickle slices and a generous squeeze of ketchup.
This burger is ridiculous. I mean, look at that thing! The worcestershire-glazed burger patty pairs perfectly with the cool, spicy ranch sauce. If you’re a burger lover like me, I highly suggest making this. I have to warn you though–this burger is messy (in the best way possible)!
I couldn’t help but notice the pimento cheese recipes floating around the Internet, so I wanted to try it myself. Of course, being a burger lover, I decided to use the cheese on a juicy burger. The pimento cheese is delicious plain, as a dip with chips, but the melted, gooey cheese was divine on a burger!
I was recently approached by Healthy Solutions Spice Blends to try one of the company’s 16 spice blends. The spices are recipe-ready and made to cook with fish, beef, pork and poultry. I used the Ultimate Burger spice blend for my cheeseburger sliders–the delicious spice blend gave the juicy burgers a ton of flavor, which paired wonderfully with the homemade thousand island dressing.
Healthy Solutions Spice Blends is giving away 4 spice blend packets (of your choice) to one lucky winner!!
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Whoa, two posts in one week? Can’t remember the last time I did that. This week was a little less crazy with work and whatnot, so I took advantage and got to cooking.
After seeing a photo of these veggie burgers online the other day, I had to make them. I’m so glad that I did because they were absolutely delicious, and I will definitely be making them again soon.
It’s all about the turkey in this recipe. I absolutely love cooking these quick and easy turkey burgers. I’d say they definitely give an In-n-Out or Five Guys burger a run for its money. With an equal amount of flavor, why not opt for the healthier alternative? Although, once you add the cheddar cheese and sun-dried tomato mayonnaise, it somewhat defeats the healthy aspect, but there’s no doubt it boosts the flavor tenfold. The succulent vinegar-infused sauce is guaranteed to titillate your taste buds—and it’s a strong competitor with the In-n-Out “special sauce.”
I usually make mini turkey burgers, but decided to make regular-sized patties the other night. The mini burgers, however, are the perfect dinner party appetizer. They’re just like sliders you would order at a restaurant.