nice one again, though i will probably cut out the pineapple, just can’t eat them >.< But Burger with teriyaki sounds.. interesting to say the least, will probably try it next weekend (still have 2 helpings of frozen chili (yup, your recipe) and a gyros waiting for me. 😀
Sounds delicious, but you don’t need bread crumbs to keep the hamburger together. I’m sure it adds a nice texture, but if you are out of bread crumbs, don’t worry about it, the hamburger will stick together. I also add a little Dales Meat Seasoning(it’s a liquid) to my hamburgers. It makes non-angus taste like angus! And if you can’t cook them on the grill, the Dales Seasoning really makes you believe you grilled them.
Totally agree with the beer. I have been waiting ever since your Banana-rama to see more comics! I love this site! You should add a section where we can suggest recipes to be comic-ized.
A friend and I just tried this recipe, and it was SO much better than I expected… and I expected great things! The first bite with pineapple was like a flavor punch to the mouth, and I had a lot of fun making this. Thank you for sharing these in such an entertaining way. I look forward to trying more of them!
I made this burger both meat and vegetarian versions and both were great! I love your recipes and your comic book style. It’s so original and interesting! I hope your book deal goes well so I can buy it for my boyfriend who also loves your stuff!
Dude, I just found your website, its awesome, thank god for stumble.
I’m definetily going to try all your recipes.
Btw, the organigram of the burger is just perfect, same one I use since ages and people have cal me crazy when I try to explain them why is the perfect way to construct them I just add some grilled peppers between the lettuce and the meat.
Keep them coming 🙂
Between the humor, Mario reference and the Sierra Nevada, I SWORE that my best friend (who showed me this site) actually created this site. All we do is sit around geekcooking and sippin on craft beers with some occasional gaming in the background.
I read this recipe and knew I had to make them TONIGHT! So I dropped everything I was doing and went to the grocery store. My husband took 1 bite and said it was his new favorite food and he already wanted me to make it again. They were DELICIOUS!!
Shout out from Australia. THANK YOU! I’m terrible when it comes to food and Take-out has been my lonley companion. Ha! But no longer! I shall eat good food taught by a fellow gamer with Style! … I may also buy a ninja band for head protection whilst cooking … and more style.
This site was shown to me by a friend and happened upon the teryaki burgers and must say, entertaining to read, easy to make and absolutely tastes delicious! Home run, buddy. Lookin’ forward to making the next big comic.
Oh my stars and garters I just made some of these amazing burgers and I am blown away. I admit was skeptical with the BBQ sauce and monteray jack cheese. I did not add the pineapple, not a fan of them. But I whipped ’em up and I sit here in awe. I’m not a good cook but this recipe was super easy. Freakin’ awesome, I plan to go through all the recipes to see just what I’m missing!
This. This burger is the MOST AMAZING thing I’ve ever tasted. The. Most. Amazing. Thing. Made one tonight, and I’m forcing myself to wait for tomorrow to make another (though I’m almost crying becuase I have to wait… It is THAT good).
I love your work man, and will be using this as the first one I put into practice. My room mate and I are taking to rolling random RPG (D&D) dice to see what to cook for dinner. Tonight these came up, we’ll see what tomorrow brings!
I’ve made these a few times but just made them with a lot of improvisation due to lack of ingredients. First I had to make teriyaki sauce, which was sweet from using too much honey. I didn’t have beef so I used spicy pork sausage, which complimented the sweetness very well. There were no bread crumbs so I smashed up a bunch of Pringles. Everything else was done per the recipe, except for measuring. I HIGHLY recommend trying this recipe with spicy pork sausage. Oh, plus I made them as sliders on Hawaiian rolls. Thanks for the recipe, it’s great as-is and was fun to play with.