CheeseburgerGo European with the French-inspired Miss Daisy cheeseburger, with Brie and brioche. Photography courtesy Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.




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October 2009

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Cheeseburger Recipes

Page 3: The Miss Daisy & The Mona Lisa

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On The Menu

The Miss Daisy

Perhaps the Miss Daisy should be called the Mademoiselle Daisy: Brie cheese, Dijon mustard and toasted brioche slices give this extravagant burger a French pedigree. In addition to “La Grande Mademoiselle Daisy,” consider making miniature “slider” versions as hor d’oeuvres at your next dinner party; guests are sure to exclaim, “oh la la!”


  • Brie cheese
  • Beef patty
  • Apple butter
  • Dijon mustard
  • Spinach
  • Toasted brioche bread
    (sliced from loaf)
Miss Daisy Cheeseburger

The Mona Lisa

First France; now on to Italy! Enjoy this artistic Italian twist on the American cheeseburger, complete with Gorgonzola cheese, Sicilian olives, pancetta and olive ciabatta bread.


  • Gorgonzola cheese
  • Beef patty
  • Sun-dried tomatoes
  • Sicilian olives (or other pitted,
    seasoned and marinated olives)
  • Pancetta
  • Sliced red onions
  • Arugula
  • Garlic mayonnaise
  • Toasted olive ciabatta
Mona Lisa Cheeseburger


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