In Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Sandra Castillo simmers up a big batch of this tangy sandwich filling, then freezes the extras. 'Just thaw and reheat it for a quick dinner. It's also good for larger gatherings,' she writes.
You know what I love about these burgers? They're a team effort. I'm able to mix a few simple ingredients together and pass the bowl along to my husband to make the patties and put them on the grill. A big mouth burger with a hint of smoky spice to it.
Food & Wine (June 2010) Flipping burgers on the grill is a quintessential rite of summer. And while we'll never tire of the classic taste of a nice grilled burger piled high with fresh fixings, it's fairly easy to fall...
Turkey burgers usually suffer from an identity crisis. They’re shaped like a burger, they’re made from ground meat, they’re served on buns, but -good golly- they are usually shoe leather dry and sorrowfully bland. The dry bit is because we all like our stomachs where they are in the shape they’re already in and in...Read More »