The Mezzesty Burger!

She lives in the rural South surrounded by forests, stately and sublime. Most weekends are focused on the comforts of home and what on earth she'll unearth in her small, but efficiently modern, country kitchen. She wants for little, for her cupboards are stacked high with flavor filled constellations, ripe and ready for use in today's latest tasty adventure called: The Mezzesty Burger.
She whips through the kitchen like a well choreographed ballerina, grinding out newly invented mixologies made expressly for schmearing and slathering, all the while making it look organic and easy. She slices, dices and spices until things are just righteous enough for the eating. Then she offers first bite to anyone holding status of guest, while the rest sit and wait for the plate with the sandwich of late.
Lean, ground turkey meat, raw
French hamburger bun, toasted
Onion, finely diced
Mezzetta Roasted Red Peppers, whole
Mezzetta Yellow Hot Chili Peppers, chopped
Jack Cheese, sliced
Hearty lettuce, cleaned and on the dry side
Mayonnaise, in proportion
Dash Worcestershire sauce
Dash soy sauce
Combine turkey meat with onion, seasonings, soy & Worcestershire sauces. For every burger you are making, form 2 thin patties of meat mixture. In the center of one thin patty place chopped yellow peppers and Jack cheese. Then top it with the second thin patty and press together to form one sealed meat patty. Cook/grill/pan fry and assemble.
Heap, turkey patty, lettuce and roasted red peppers onto your preferred hearty bread and enjoy.


  1. I love using turkey instead of beef for my burgers. Looks like a good one!

  2. Stopping by from SITS! Looks really yummy! I love the way you describe it!!

  3. Sam, I've nominated you for a Kreative blog award! come by and pick it up!

  4. Hi There!! That burger is making my tummy grumble! :)
    Thank you for sharing in my SITS Day and for becoming my 200th follower!!! I'm sooo honored and blessed by your presence. I have a special gift for you, so please email me when you can!! (:


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