Nothing says "summer" like hamburgers on the grill. But why settle for the ordinary when you can serve this version that features a surprise filling of cheese, onion and green pepper. - Debby Murray, West Middleton, Indiana
Since South Dakota summers are so short, we grill out as often as we can when the weather is warm. By mixing the cheese into the burger, I know I'll get a little cheese in every bite. —Dana Matthies, Parker, South Dakota
I came up with this recipe as a way to combine the unbeatable taste of hamburgers and onion. It's easy to keep the ingredients on hand for these juicy burgers. - Iva Hallman, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
This favorite was created by my father-in-law years ago, then I added a few things of my own. Even my husband, who doesn't care for cream cheese, gobbles up these burgers. - Mary Rolando, Farmington, Illinois
Mexican culture greatly influences our cuisine, and we eat a lot of spicy foods. In this recipe, the mellow flavor of Swiss cheese cuts the heat of the jalapenos.—Jeanine Richardson, Floresville, Texas
My dad concocted this recipe at an annual Labor Day camp-out with fellow church members. On the last night he rounded up everyone's leftovers, tossed them together ...and ended up with a delicious stew. - Laurie Schafer, Aurora, California
Mustard and soy sauce really add flavor to this juicy flank steak from Kristin Roberts of Colorado Springs, Colorado. "With a potato dish, green salad and crusty bread, this is not only my favorite meal but a frequent request of family and friends," she writes.