This Chocolate Double Double Animal (Cracker) Style Burger by Chef Kerry Simon features a chocolate mousse patty resting on a macaroon bun and is stacked with strawberries for tomatoes, mint for lettuce, crème fraiche for cheese, a brioche bun and a side of puff pastry fries.
The creation is available through the end of May at JW Marriott’s LA Market.
(LAL via IT)
Ramen is one of those foods that’s delicious in any form. It’s one of my go-to treats when I need comfort. In all my ramen dreams though (maybe I have a few of them), I never would have imagined putting a ramen patty on a bun! This genius creation, called Menya Musashi Ramen Burger, is being offered by the fast food chain Lotteria.
The lightly fried patty of noodles is served between two buns with a pork cutlet and mayo. You also get a bowl of soup on the side. Yum! The meal only costs around $6. Too bad the chain is only located in East Asia.
(IT Media via Kotaku)
This week, Epic Meal Time is making a s’mores burger with red velvet onion rings. To switch things up from their normal routine, they’ve complimented their dish with bacon, booze, an a whole lot of swears. Wait, that is their normal routine.
Check it out after the jump.
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If you crave two McDonald’s hamburger patties topped with two sausages on one bun, you have the options of creating a frankenburger or hopping a plane to China, where this Sausage Double Beef Burger is now available, but possibly for a limited time only.
Mr. Sato from Rocket News previously hit up a Burger King and ordered whoppers with 1,000 pieces of bacon and 1000 slices of cheese. However, he apparently thought he could 1UP his own insanity and just recently purchased a hamburger with a hundred slices of grilled onion. Unfortunately, burgers aren’t designed to handle that type of payload, and it promptly toppled over, forcing Mr. Sato to eat in the dignified manner shown after the jump.
When the onions started becoming unbearable, he slathered them with barbeque sauce, and eventually added what was left over to a “beef bowl”.
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England’s Atomic Burgers is inviting crazy bastards to partake in their new Atomic Fallout Burger, which packs over a pound of meat between two deep-fried mini pizzas and measures a boiling hot 1,000,000 on the Scoville scale. The heat is generated by a 3-pepper sauce which contains 2 of of the hottest peppers known to man — The ghost pepper and the Scotch bonnet. The burger is so hot that the restaurant requires customers to be at least 18 years of age. They must also sign a waiver and wear gloves to protect their hands.
So far 500 people have braved the heat. 1 in 10 have succeeded.
Better a duvet cover than a sleeping bag. You’re already a bear hot pocket in those things. However, if you still want to tempt fate in the wild, you can always bring along the pillows and make your head look like a part of a big sesame seed bun.
Product Page: ($117 via IT)
Available for a limited time starting October 26, 2012.
“Features two slices of kabocha (commonly known as Japanese pumpkin), bacon, lettuce, a beef patty and a creamy, savory nut sauce (with sesame seeds, peanuts, almonds, cashews, and hazelnuts).
The price per burger is 310 yen ($3.90 US).