Fusion Burger & Garden Tour

Particularly Flavorful Grilled Burger, Asian Influence
Grilled Roll Brushed with Wasabi Butter
Cilantro, Scallion, Wild Arugula
I buy the ground round from the butcher shop, ground fresh that day. Gently mix the beef with a judicious amount Oyster Sauce, Soy Sauce, Hunan Red Chile Sauce. Form into an oval shape to match the fresh baked rolls from the bakery. When the burger is cooked to your liking, remove from grill and keep warm while grilling the rolls generously brushed with Wasabi Butter (softened butter mixed with wasabi powder). Serve with Cilantro, Sliced Scallion, Wild Arugula tossed lightly with Toasted Sesame Oil and sea salt.
Speaking of Grilling…

Come on outside with Wilson and me. The barbecue is on the side patio. Take a little tour around the garden.

Sixteen Candles Floribunda Rose

David Austin Old English Rose “Heritage”

Wilson at the front gate.
Eastern Redbud Tree

He’s a good guard dog.

African Iris and Sweet Pea Shrub

Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile)

Brugmansia (Angel’s Trumpet)

I leave you with one of the most fragrant roses in the garden,
French Perfume Hybrid Tea Rose.

19 thoughts on “Fusion Burger & Garden Tour”

  1. Thanks for the garden tour. It's beautiful. I love the angel's trumpets…we have them here in FL. And I would have liked to stop and take a bite out of that burger!

  2. Oh my goodness Lori Lynn. The fragrant aromas are bursting through my monitor as I imagine myself devouring that hamburger.

    Thank you so much for sharing…

  3. The burger looks delicious, but oh my that David Austin rose is so gorgeous. I'm going to have to see if it grows here in the east. wow, absolutely beautiful garden – and pets too.

  4. The burger sounds wonderful, I never think to do an Asian fusion type burger.

    Love the garden, especially the roses.

    Good doggie!

  5. Ooh, lovely garden. I LOVE the dog sign! Ha ha ha.
    I'm sure you'd criticize me severely for this, but I'd love the burger… with a bit of ketchup 😛 (old habits are hard to break!)

  6. Well geez louise, I never thought about fitting the burger to an oval bun .. LOL .. thanks for the tip, I will definitely be adopting this idea 🙂

    And a big big thank you for sharing your garden, the roses are fantastic (they are a fav of mine). Love the guard dog sign 🙂

  7. Oh My Gawd! I covet your garden! It is beautiful! That's what I miss most about living in Southern California. Oh, and the burger looks good, too.

  8. Wow.. what a beutiful garden you have, Lori Lynn… I wish I can sit down there and have the fusion burger, while chatting with you 🙂

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