The miniburger, or slider, makes a great finger food to serve at your Oscars bash or any upcoming party. Chef Meg Hall shows us how to make a delicious and easy version of the typical slider using gourmet ingredients and a tasty beef alternative. This recipe is so easy, it can be made without turning on the oven!
Where do you go to get your slider fix? Diana Nguyen's discovered just the place, and it's a gem of a mobile food truck.
There’s no denying that we’re becoming a food truck nation. From hipster Korean tacos to a food truck-based reality show, it seems like there’s no stopping the on-the-go food craze. We’ve come a long way from hot dogs and burgers, my friends.
Recently, I spent some sweet time back home in Orange County, CA, feasting on fare from my local food trucks — Spanish tapas, Asian fusion tacos, and a cappuccino-flavored sandwich. But nothing hit the spot than the gourmet sliders from The Burnt Truck.
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They're quick to put together and fun to eat. The smaller size means you can indulge without the guilt. Serve the sliders with salad greens, couscous, or grilled potatoes. Want the recipe? Get it right here.
My mormor (grandmother in Norwegian) was up for the weekend and treated my family to her delicious karbonader. It is a slice of bread with Norwegian mayo, a patty of ground meat (usually a variety of beef, pork, etc.) topped with caramelized onions, butter lettuce leaves, and a tomato slice. It is a super simple dish, but one of my favorites.
Don't they sound absolutely delectable? What I want to know is, what exactly is Norwegian mayo?! Do you have a favorite grandmother's recipe to share? Please tell us about it below or in the community.