I figured this mayonnaise finally deserved a post of its own instead of being hidden in the middle of a burger post. I make this mayo up way too much and my friends make it up as well and complain about having to scroll through a turkey burger post to get the recipe. Hey, I get it, it’s easier to just have a designated post for each recipe, right?
This is the tale of the salad dressing that transformed into a dip. It sounds like the start of a fairy tale don’t you think? Except turning from a salad dressing into a dip doesn’t sound like a great transformation, (kind of like a prince turning into a frog) but it is, so it’s a story with a happy ending.
4th of July is around the corner and it’s time to fire up the grill. Here’s a great burger recipe that celebrates the American West. This is a lean mean tasty burger. I say lean because buffalo has 70 to 90% less fat compared to beef, and 50% less cholesterol. Buffalo is also leaner than both pork and chicken, and has fewer calories to boot. On top of that, buffalo is higher in protein, iron and all the omega and amino acids. We’ve been fans of buffalo meat for years, going back to the mid 90’s when we were introduced to our first buffalo burger at Joe’s Garage in Minneapolis. You can pick up buffalo pretty much at any grocery store or Whole Foods. Because buffalo is high in protein, it’s also very filling, so 1-pound is perfect for a family of 4. We serve these burgers up on mini brioche buns and they’re the perfect size.
This is the perfect salsa to bring to a party or to serve up at home with your favorite chips and Mexican fare. It’s got a bit of a kick to it, but not too much where your kids won’t enjoy it.
Jump to recipe Thanksgiving is just around the corner (like next week) and cranberry sauce, as much as you may love it or hate it,