Q:Big fan. I'm always looking for interesting ways to cook burgers and sandwiches. I've been using your If Looks Could Kale recipe for steak sandwiches and they are fabulous, and I have you to thank. (Seriously you're awesome, this whole blog is awesome. Keep up the OUTSTANDING work).
Thank you so much! I get so excited when I find out fans are using part of the experiment in their kitchens!
Little Swiss Bunshine Burger - comes on a buttered bun
Season 2, Episode 7: Moody Foodie
An all beef patty served on a hot buttered pretzel bun with swiss cheese, mushrooms, caramelized onions and brown gravy. Similar to the We’re Here, We’re Gruyere, Get Used to It Burger, but with a pretzel bun and a gravy twist. Had to do something with all that onion soup mix.
Q:Are you going to make a recipe book? I would love to get one for my sister(she loves Bob's Burgers and cooking)for Christmas.
Q:I don't see any yet but any plans to make some of the burgers from the Bob's Burgers comic books?
I still need to buy them! I’ve been so caught up in moving! Any of you fans want to send me a copy of issue #1?
Chile Relleno-You-Didn’t Burger
Season 3, Episode 17: Two for Tina
This burger was more complicated than it was tasty - but it definitely was tasty. Seasoned ground beef & cheese stuffed poblano peppers, grilled, battered and fried served on top of a hamburger, all on a toasted bun.
The Chile Relleno-You-Didn’t Burger.
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Shoot Out at the Okra-Corral Burger - with okra
Season 1, Episode 9: Spaghetti Western and Meatballs
September marks my one year anniversary of moving to Georgia, and so I decided to make a real Southern Style burger this week. A well seasoned all beef patty topped with home grown fried green tomatoes and topped with a homemade dill ranch dressing all on a hot buttered bun. Served with a side of fried okra and even more ranch - because the South loves its ranch dressing.
The burger was phenomenal! One of my best, I’d say. The beef was seasoned with black and white pepper - giving it a bit of a bite. This paired well with the cayenne that was mixed in the tomato’s fry batter. The ranch cooled down that heat, and finished with the fresh taste of dill. I outdid myself on this one. I could definitely see this burger being served up at a restaurant.
Recipe is below!