Adding bacon to your burger mix makes the burgers incredibly juicy and flavorful. Toppings can include smoked cheddar cheese (my personal favorite), a fried egg, bacon and avocado. These delicious burgers make a filling, tasty meal – no bun needed. Click for the recipe
This cheeseburger casserole is delicious, in a delightfully non-gourmet sort of way. Grownups and kids alike loved it when I served it tonight, and the younger one – the picky eater- even asked for seconds!
Portobello mushrooms have a fleshy texture and a bold flavor, making them an ideal ingredient in “meaty,” hearty vegetarian dishes such as this portobello burger. Click for the recipe
The easiest ever hamburger recipe! Hamburgers are part of my easy-weeknight-dinner repertoire. Juicy, intensely flavorful, and so easy to make! I mix and form the patties in the morning, refrigerate, and when it’s time for dinner, grill for five minutes and voila – dinner is done! Serve on a bun with your choice of toppings; on a gluten-free bun; or for a Primal option, serve with your favorite toppings (avocado, bacon and fried egg for example), a tossed salad and sweet potato fries. Click for the recipe
Juicy and intensely flavorful, these lamb burgers are not just delicious, but also very easy to make. The combination of the savory burgers and the cool, creamy yogurt sauce is exquisite! Click for the recipe
A recipe for juicy, flavorful bison burger. Bison (buffalo) is naturally lean, high in iron, and generally not subject to the poor treatment cows receive in US mainstream meat industry. The only caveat when cooking bison burger: cook it for a shorter time than you would cook beef. Lacking fat, it dries out easily. Click for the recipe
A recipe for flavorful, very filling veggie burgers. Their flavor reminds me of falafel, but unlike falafel, these veggie burgers are not deep-fried. Serve alone with a dollop of plain Greek yogurt (spice it up by mixing a teaspoon of hot sauce in 1/4 cup Greek yogurt), or serve in a bun. Click for the recipe