It’s called the Craz-E burger and it better be very very good. That’s because after eating it your heart may explode out of your chest.
Don’t laugh, the donut burger is catching on. It’s been a big hit with the summer fair circuit and now even a minor league baseball team the “Gateway Grizzlies” are serving this thing at their concession stands. At this years Big E, organizers said visitors bought around 1,000 Craz-E burgers each day of the fair’s 17-day run. That’s a ridiculous amount of calories.
Feast your eyes on the Craz-E burger, one of the more sinful items made to order this year. It’s a burger that’s been smothered in cheese and slathered with bacon, and then sandwiched between two fried donuts.
Lets do the Craz-E Burger rundown:
Juicy beef patty – check!
Smothered in cheese – check!
Bacon – check!
DONUTS – CHECK!
Burgers are one of my favorite foods as it is, then you stuff it in between two donuts? I am all over this.]]>
As you guys know you can go into Burger King and get a big ol stack of hamburgers, up to four or five I believe, but you have got to check out this monster cheeseburger I just found that completely blows that stack out of the water.
This is truly the ultimate in decadent burger pleasure. This meat monstrosity is stacked with… wait for it….. over ONE HUNDRED beef patties in between two tiny little pieces of bread, easily making it the tallest cheeseburger ever recorded in human history.
There is no way that one single man could possibly eat this whole thing, not even Cool Hand Luke, who could stuff down 50 hard boiled eggs, could fit this in the abyss that is his stomach. This massive meat tower could feed your whole family of four for a couple of days at least.
Sure, it is probably not the tastiest burger that has ever been made but it is surely a monumental achievement in the world of burger craft. Just looking at this stack o’ meat makes all the other competition look like a speck of dust when compared with this glorious pile of meat and cheese heaven.
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We are calling this the Burger Topped Pizza, just pick 2 of your favorite cheeseburgers and plop them right onto a pizza a base along with your chosen sides.
Go do it.
Thanks to this Flickr user for creating this cheeseburger mutant-monster.]]>
The research required to write this page involved searching for the “history of canning” on Google and learning that canning food was state of the art military technology in 1810 – soldiers were trained to use bayonets to open their canned meat rations.
By the middle of the nineteenth century canned food became a status symbol amongst wealthy households in Europe, this was brought on by the revolutionary can opener technology that became available at that time.
All of that 200 year history has been leading to where we are now, a new more enlightened era of independent thought and advanced computer technology…
You can buy this creation here.
You just throw it into a pot of boiling water and wait…
You can stop doubting it now, it really is a cheeseburger in a can.
Read the full eating experience review here.]]>
The video was filmed in secret at a Burger King store where burger lovers were told that the Whopper has been discontinued, the reactions range from the sudden need to share childhood memories to freezing on the spot and having a mini nervous breakdown.
The happy ending comes when the victims are told it was all a joke and we can see their faces light up as the Burger King corporate mascot walks in.
To emphasize the significance of their Whopper burger, Burger King have used the same narrator as the show Forensic Files.]]>
There’s a trend in Scotland for deep frying foods that really don’t need the additional calories produced by dunking them into a vat of oil.
It all started with deep fried Mars bars in the 90′s and has moved on to other candy bars, cakes, pizzas and now deep fried cheeseburgers.
This is a possible contender for the world’s unhealthiest burger title…
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We, here at www.cheese-burger.net are always on the look out for interesting, gruesome and ridiculous cheeseburger creations. We are grateful for the deep frying of this burger.
Bob’s BBQ & Grill of Pattaya, Thailand has smashed the current record for producing the world’s biggest cheeseburger.
The landmark in cheeseburger history was created in celebration of the king of Thailand’s 60th year accession to the throne and was part of a wide range of events being held all year in Thailand to mark the occasion.
Exclusive Photos from Bob’s BBQ & Grill.
We have a few more giant burger photos, in case you aren’t satisfied.
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The unveiling of the massive burger was witnessed by a local TV crew and officials from Ripley’s Believe it or Not who recorded the burger’s weight at a whopping 78.5 pounds which eclipses the previous record of 50 pounds held by Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub in Pennsylvania, US. Measuring 60 CM (23.5 inches) in diameter and 35 CM (13.75 inches) in height, the burger has been named Big Bob’s Texas Belt Buster and is on the regular menu and can be ordered 12 hours in advance.
“You can order it in the morning and it will be ready to eat in the evening” says Bob Schindler, founder of Bob’s BBQ & Grill. Bob, originally from Houston, Texas founded the restaurant just over 2 years ago to bring authentic American cuisine to Thailand and his oversized burgers have been a hit with locals and tourists. He was aiming to build a burger that hit the 60 pound mark but a few miscalculations resulted in the burger going well over the target weight.
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The birth of the burger started off with a custom made bun made in Bob’s in house bakery, and then 25 Kg (55.12 pounds) of Bob’s top quality beef was cooked for 6 hours down to 20.4 Kg (45 pounds). No burger is complete with toppings and this burger was topped off with 2 large heads of lettuce, 15 tomatoes, 4 large onions, 35 slices of cheese, 1½ cups of mustard, 1 cup of ketchup, 4 whole pickles, 4 whole Jalapeños.
Once the official certification is received it will be added to the Guinness World records database under The World’s Largest Commercially Available Hamburger.
The Big Bob’s Texas Belt Buster will set you back $400 and has taken the race to make the world’s biggest cheeseburger to an international level. How long will it hold the top spot?
Denny Leigey Jr., owner of Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub says his world’s biggest burger building race began all the way back in 1991 with a 2 pound offering to compete with another local diner. This local race led to a 3 pounder in 1993 but things really got going when Denny began competing with not so local diners.
In 1998 his daughter went to college and came back with tales of a 4 pounder being served at a restaurant – Denny could only respond in one way, he had to beat it. The result was the massive Olde 96er which used 6 pounds of meat, one large onion, two whole tomatoes, one half head of lettuce, 1 1/4 pounds of cheese, top and bottom buns, and a cup each of mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, relish, banana peppers and some pickles.
Since its launch on to the menu, the Olde 96er has drawn attention from all over the world. The pub itself challenges eaters to finish the burger within 3 hours to make it onto the Denny’s wall of fame and receive the burger for free. Many challengers have tried to eat the burger within 3 hours and most have failed, including veteran competitive eating star Eric “Badlands” Booker.
Badlands made his gallant attempt in June 2004 and managed to down the burger – but it took him over 7 hours to do so. Although he was the first person to eat the Olde 96er in full, the challenge to eat the burger in one 3-hour sitting was still unmatched. In January 2005 came an unlikely challenger – 100lb college student Kate Stelnick.
Kate Stelnick took a five hour drive from New Jersey when she saw photos of the giant burger online. She prepared by not eating for 2 days and wearing loose clothes. She came and she conquered. She ate the Olde 96er on 2 hours and 54 minutes. Another petit female, Lori Weiss, managed to meet the challenge on her 4th attempt in July 2005.
Leigey said he was pretty sure somebody would meet his world’s biggest burger challenge, though he didn’t have a petite woman in mind. “I wouldn’t have made it if I didn’t think it was possible,” Leigey said.
News of Denny’s Olde 96er has spread all over the world and has led to new challengers to the thrown of world’s biggest burger.
The Baloo Burger Co. of Glasgow, Scotland has even had its attempt at making the world’s biggest cheeseburger with its Baloo Big Burger which uses 7 pounds of meat and will set you back a huge $125. But the real challenger to the thrown is the Clinton Station Diner, New Jersey which created the Zeus in 2005 that also used 7 pounds of meat.
Once again, Denny’s was eager to hold the accolade of world’s biggest cheeseburger and could only respond in one way – the result was the Beer Barrel Belly Buster. This mammoth creation consists of 11.5 pounds of meat, 25 slices of cheese, 1 full lettuce, 2 onions, 3 tomatoes and 25,000 calories. This would set you back a modest $34.99.
And the challenge? To eat this creation within 6 hours. The prize consists of $350 cash, burger is free, a certificate of achievement, photo on the “wall of fame,” and a t-shirt. It is unlikely that someone will meet this challenge – but many will try. Believe it or not the Beer Barrel Belly Buster is not the current thrown holder, the big burger race has one final leg.
The Clinton Station Diner has introduced the Mount Olympus burger which, wait for it, uses 25 pounds of meat and its total weight is over 50 pounds. Taking over 1 hour to prepare and costing $99 the challenge that goes along with the burger is for a 5 person team to complete the burger within 3 hours.
Denny’s response? Queue the out of this world Beer Barrel Belly Bruiser. Using two 25 pound beef patties, 4 pounds of cheese, five heads of lettuce, a couple of onions, a cup of peppers, a jar of relish, smothered with loads of ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise. Nobody can deny that this is the world’s biggest burger.
Denny created the Bruiser just for a bit of family fun and doesn’t challenge anyone to eat it in full. The burger stands 34 inches tall and easily feeds groups of 35 to 50 diners. It takes an understandable 4 hours to make and must be ordered 24 hours in advance, and the price? A mere $179.
Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub has entered the 50 pound burger in to the Guinness World Records and is awaiting there approval to crown the Beer Barrel Belly Bruiser as the world’s largest commercially available burger.
The race for the world’s biggest cheeseburger continues, watch this space…
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“After we took all the pictures we cut the tiny burger in half and each ate half. It tasted awesome.”
“Our burger was a little over one inch tall and about an inch wide.”
“Everything was handmade, including the tiny buns.”
Just imagine if you could order 25 of these little bite-size burgers at a drive through!
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