The original Turtle Burger recipe was one of our most popular recipes ever brought to light on Foodbeast. Ever since, their have been many fan made iterations of the recipe, including this one which actually puts the turtle burger into sandwich form. We’re looking at 1/2 lb. sirloin burger, a couple hot dogs, four slices of bacon, Swiss cheese, two slices of tomato, red onion, an over easy egg and mushroom peppercorn gravy on a buttered and toasted bun. Hung.Ree. (PicThx DTLG)
Bacon, encasing an onion, and then beer battered and deep fried. Is this the new strategy for onion ring developers? Could be! (PicThx DTLG)
One pound of fresh hand-pattied ground chuck served with your choice of toppings that include lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, American, swiss, cheddar, Pepper Jack, Bleu cheese, and bacon! If you’re ever in Indiana make sure to stop by and say what up to Bub’s Burgers & Ice Cream, they are serving these babies up daily!
Either with a cup of soup, or as a snack, these bacon onion cheddar biscuits kill it! Fry up some bacon in a pan and then sauté onions in the leftover bacon grease. Chop that all up, throw it around with some cheddar cheese and your basic biscuit mix and you got yourself some bacon onion cheddar biscuits! (Thx BEB)
Aw Memorial Day weekend, the unannounced official first real BBQ day of the year. Most of you are probably outside enjoying a cold one and cooking up some food, but sadly I’m sitting here posting this because well I should be. Regardless, here we have a awesome twist on one of my favorite foods; Baby Back Ribs. Only these are special because they are slathered in a sweet, tangy BBQ sauce made with Dr. Pepper. The sugary sauce balances the spicy and smokey ribs very nicely. If you make these, send me a picture so I can give you an E-highfive! (Thx SE)
Ever wonder what you should do with that little extra piece of steak, that you just don’t want to toss out. Well you could make steak panini’s! Take leftover thin sliced steak, slap it on some roasted garlic bread. Add onion, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, crumbled blue cheese and gruyere cheese and you will come out with this masterpiece. I was in the mood for pizza but now I’m going to find a sandwich place that can make this happen for me. (Thx Good-life-eats)
This has been one hell of a summer, filled with so many good times. And what better to do when it’s perfect out then to BBQ. Well new FoodBeast writer, Matt Maine .aka. The Dubai Chef (since Matt is moving to Dubai in a few weeks to pursue a job in Hotel and Restaurant management) and myself decided one afternoon that we would make the Best Burgers All Time. In all seriousness, I’ve eaten burgers at probably hundreds of different places and these were quite possibly one of the best I’ve ever had. Don’t take my word for it, check out the pics after the jump.
So simple, yet definitely super good. Onions, potatoes and eggs all cooked together to create this perfect omelet. It looks more like a quiche to me, but I’ll go with it. It’s making me hungry though. (Thx Seasaltwithfood)