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Rosemary Brie Chicken Burgers

This weekend was that perfect kind of weather that inspired you to get up and go outside, fitting for Earth Day weekend. Did you get your green thumb on, go outside and roll around in the sun (you know, until all that rain on Sunday)? I took Saturday off and enjoyed a little staycation to get the garden prepped and ready for vegetables. Lowes was running a decent sale on starter plants and where we really love shopping at a local garden for all of our supplies, we figured a few to start couldn’t hurt. And lucky me, the load of mulch was brought in just in time for Handsome to run off to school. ;p My awesome parents did stop by though. We were planning on tilling the ground but there were bees (several species), one missing tiller, and rock hard ground.

and yes, I’m still obsessing over Instagram. 😉 

 So… there went that idea. We did spread the mulch and I was able to get a few other aesthetic issues taken care of, bake a pie, and plan my Cinco de Mayo feast. All in all not a bad day.

Now for those of you who aren’t building an ark, these chicken burgers are light enough for spring and yet satisfy that burger craving that has been gnawing away at the back of my mind for weeks.

 

 

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Rosemary Brie Chicken Burgers | The Spiffy Cookie

Monday 10th of September 2012

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Jenn and Seth (@HomeSkilletCook)

Monday 30th of April 2012

what a delicious burger! definitely saving this recipe! totally love that you used brie in a burger :)

Dawn

Saturday 28th of April 2012

Very good recipe. Now, how do thinly slice brie?

RavieNomNoms

Friday 27th of April 2012

Love this combination of Brie and Rosemary...what a nice combination!

Stefanie @ Sarcastic Cooking

Friday 27th of April 2012

I definitely do not have a green thumb. I like to pretend I do and just kind of stand around and boss while my husband does most of the work. I do love these burgers! Cranberries! Walnuts! Chicken! Brie! Glorious Brie!!! Great combo.