Earlier this month, we put out a call for your homemade turkey burgers, and the AHT community responded with submissions that range from quick and easy to totally inspired. Take a look!
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Say goodbye to bland, dry turkey burgers and hello to this cheesy, herby version, dressed with caramelized shallots, Dijon mustard, and arugula.
Seasoned turkey burgers with plenty of herbs, dressed with caramelized shallots, dijon mustard, and arugula.
The Jalapeño Turkey Burger is one of the worst burgers I've attempted to eat in recent memory.
One of the best beef burger spots in Los Angeles conquers the turkey burger for Thanksgiving.
During Mason Street Grill's Sunday-only burger nights, you can choose from four of the best and least talked about burgers in the city.
Unlike an inherently flavorful beef burger, a burger made of ground turkey needs a little help to elevate itself into the realm of truly tasty. Suvir Saran, author of Masala Farm, has taken it upon himself to craft a turkey burger that's exceptional. Taking cues from both his Indian heritage and American ingredients, Saran's Juicy Turkey-Cheddar Burgers will forever change the way you think about bird burgers.
Unlike the inherently flavorful beef burger, a burger made out of ground turkey needs a little help to elevate itself into the realm of truly tasty. Suvir Saran, author of Masala Farm has taken it upon himself to craft a turkey burger that's not only tasty but truly exceptional. Taking cues from both his Indian heritage and American ingredients, Saran's Juicy Turkey-Cheddar Burgers will forever change the way you think about poultry burgers.
The aptly-named Thanksgiving Burger at Slater's 50/50 is topped with stuffing, cranberry sauce, sage mayo, and turkey gravy.
The circle is complete. First Parks and Recreation unveiled the Ron Swanson Turkey Burger—a burger with a fried turkey leg center—then Eater made the fictional burger a reality, and finally, the real life Ron Swanson, actor Nick Offerman, made a real life Ron Swanson burger on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. And cut it in half with a crosscut saw. [via Eater]
Hardee's pitches their turkey burgers as "just as indulgent as our other burgers, but all under 500 calories"; each sandwich, they claim, "is prepared with a thick, juicy turkey patty." Don't believe a word of it.
[Photograph: Paula Forbes / Eater] Last week on Parks and Recreation, Ron Swanson revealed the extent of his turkey burger knowledge: "Is that a fried turkey leg inside a grilled hamburger?" If it weren't real before, it is now,...
On last night's episode of Parks and Recreation, Chris Traeger (Rob Lowe) challenges Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) to a burger-making contest after Traeger claims that he can make a turkey burger that tastes better than any burger Swanson has ever eaten. If Traeger loses, he won't ban Swanson's beloved hamburgers from the commissary as part of a government-wide health initiative.
As they're wont to do, Carl's Jr. is promoting their new line of charbroiled turkey burgers with a commercial featuring a bikini-clad woman eating a burger. But not just any woman: They got Miss Turkey, Gizem Memiç, to eat their turkey burger. And it's not just any bikini: This bikini's pattern is made up of tiny pictures of the burger. If you forget what this commercial is promoting, you're probably not paying any attention.
Why bother with a turkey burger? If the ones I've had in the past are any indication, the answer is simple: don't. But I finally discovered how to make a turkey burger that doesn't suck. The secret ingredient? Eggplant.
The 101 Coffee Shop 6145 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles California 90028 (map); the101coffeeshop.com Cooking Method: Grillled Short Order: A retro Hollywood diner burger that looks better than it tastes Want Fries with That? They are creative in that they're...
Don't take me for a heretic. I would have never, ever made this recipe if hadn't come home all tired and beat from work and my girlfriend had it waiting for me. I don't have much patience for anything...
It's probably a safe bet that Air Force One serves better food than a standard American Airlines flight, but did you know that under Dubya turkey burgers are available? Says former president William Jefferson Clinton, after having flown to Rome...