Tag "Burgers"

Lunch

Turkey and Gruyere Burgers

When I was growing up burgers were a greasy, guilty pleasure. When it comes to feeding my family, burgers are a regular component of our weekly routine including turkey or

Fruits

It’s Grilling Time!

Even though many of us try to barbecue all year long, there is something about being able to leave the back door open and cross the yard in our bare feet to

Strategies

Anyone Else Want Some Comfort Food?

On a recent, busier than usual Saturday afternoon I told my youngest son, Beckett, we needed to head home and just “veg out.” He said, “I don’t really feel like vegetables right

Round-Ups

Burgers for the Holidays

As an Amer­i­can liv­ing in Canada, I get to cel­e­brate two sum­mer holidays–Canada Day and the 4th Fourth of July. And like Thanks­giv­ing, the other hol­i­day I get to dou­ble up on,

By Season

Lisa’s Letters Home: Burgers Two Ways

Ten years ago, we moved into this house. It was very 80s, and not in a good “retro vibe” kind of way. The kitchen was usable but dated and poorly designed.

Summer

Mini Lamb Burger

Esme’s got a new obses­sion with favourites. “Who do you love more, Julian or me? If you had to choose!”  To which I reply, “Nice try, small fry, I don’t have to choose.”

Poultry

Lemon Thyme Chicken Burgers

The only pos­si­ble rea­son that my home isn’t the set­ting of a hit real­ity show called “Will They Miss the Bus?” is that Mark Bur­nett has not stopped by at 8:05

Lunch

Black Bean Burgers

Veg­e­tar­ian cook­ing can get a bad rap. For those who aren’t reg­u­larly prepar­ing meals with­out meat I think the 1970s, macrame plant holder beside the Moose­wood cook­book halo still lingers. In real­ity,