My husband loves burgers. It’s a never-ending thing that drives me nuts: we go to a new restaurant and I’m so excited to try whatever specialty they have or something creative and exciting. John, gets the burger. He has tried an innumerable number of restaurants and has found some of his favorites (if you live in King County, WA try the Tipsy Cow Burger Bar in Redmond- fantastic burgers with a big variety and close to 30 beers on tap).
I have to admit it, sometimes my husband can be more thoughtful in the kitchen than me. Now, let’s not get crazy- if he cooks dinner it’s usually something like a turkey burger or a steak with some steamed veggies, but when I’m having cookers block, John is pretty reliable for helping get my brain going. I tend to always try and think of some grandiose dish that has an ingredient list so long it’ll make your head spin and that will take half the day to make (granted, this is only when I’m not almost in tears from being so busy with full-time school and work) and sometimes I need to be taken down a notch or two and reminded that I can still make something that tastes fantastic and cozy without having to put that much effort into it. With that being said, a large portion of this recipe was developed by my lovely husband.