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    Always been a fan of Montreal steak, and thought this would be a good way to season turkey burgers.

    Recipe #445358

    Cook it like a grilled cheese sandwich, very delicious.

    Recipe #445357

    The Bongo burger is a double turkey burger in two patties with a slice of American cheese, it looks like a Bob's Big Boy or a Big Mac when finished, with Bongo special sauce on a sesame seed bun.

    Recipe #444475

    Burger King BK Big Fish copycat can be prepared in less than twenty minutes The secret to the delightfulness of this sandwich is in the BK Tartar Sauce.

    Recipe #444473

    I love this recipe, has a nice salty tanginess.

    Recipe #386856

    A successful experiment.

    Recipe #385500

    Recipe #384373

    The meat for Tri Tip barbecue was originally prime, boneless, top sirloin, but about 3" thick and weighing 3 to 4 pounds. (Note that all but the largest tri-tips weigh less than 2 pounds.) Cooked over a bed of red oak wood coals. The "Santa Maria style of California Barbecue" started around 1950 in Santa Maria. The meat is strung on flat steel rods and rubbed before cooking with a mixture of black pepper, salt and garlic. Although most sites report that the cooking time is about 45 minutes, by actual experience the cooking time should be not much more than half that -- about 25 minutes, over a very hot bed of wood coals. What is unique about this Santa Maria barbecue is that there is no preparation -- the rub is applied immediately before cooking, and the meat is not trimmed until done cooking.

    Recipe #383531

    What's better than a grilled patty melt with grilled onion relish.

    Recipe #382733

    I love both so this is a winner for me.

    Recipe #382639

    So simple, so easy, so good.

    Recipe #381285

    One of the easiest and tasty turkey burger recipes that I have come across. Good smokey flavor for such a small effort. My kind of recipe.

    Recipe #361603

    Jumbot is a scrambled egg breakfast one pot meal that consists of peppers, potatoes, onions, and eggs.

    Recipe #361231

    A copycat of the Filet O fish sandwich found at the golden arches. Introduced by a franchise in Ohio to sell due to the Catholic practice of not eating meat on Fridays.

    Recipe #307469

    A good crunchy mac salad with a little kick to it.

    Recipe #231011

    A solid basic recipe for a "leaner" red beans and rice than the traditional method.

    Recipe #230943

    Big fan of asian flavors and mayo-less pasta salad. This recipe reminded me quite a bit of the Bulgogi marinades I have used for summer barbecues.

    Recipe #230831

    This has become one of my favorite pizzas to make at home. This is not a dry pizza by any means and believe me when I say meat lovers will eat it, it's that good.

    Recipe #213708

    A simple recipe..

    Recipe #205893

    The combination of the steak, tomato and carmelized onion gives this sandwich a wonderful moistness that screams "hold the mayo" so I do.

    Recipe #183965

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