Once again, Binging With Babish is here to teach you how to eat like your favorite fictional characters. This time, you’ll have the pleasure of eating like a sponge that lives in a pineapple under the sea. Plus, there’s a bonus recipe that will teach you how to eat BETTER than a sponge that lives in a pineapple under the sea. [click to continue…]

We’ve seen many variations on the pizza burger theme over the years, but I believe HellthyJunkFood is the first to cram a pizza inside a burger that has pizzas for buns. [click to continue…]

Over the last four years, I have cooked around 1000 subscription box meals. I currently make these meals six days a week. However, the absolutely ridiculous Hot Mess Feast Kit I received for this review from BurgaBox was the most delicious recipe of them all. Honestly, it was the best burger I’ve ever had. [click to continue…]

Maxwell’s Bar And Grill In London is offering a new calorie explosion appropriately dubbed the “Cheesebomb”. It actually has us questioning whether or not there is such a thing as too much cheese. [click to continue…]

You can make a burger with Lego bricks but you can’t make it taste good. That’s been the traditional wisdom up until the Brick Burger restaurant opened up in the Philippines last year. The restaurant is Lego-inspired in just about every way—including it’s burger design. Brick buns are available in yellow, black and red. But that’s not all… [click to continue…]


If you view a burger’s bun as a needless, meatless waste of calories, a Tokyo restaurant called Shake Tree has your back with their new “Wild Out” burger.

The offering consists of two patties, cheese, fixings, a slice of tomato… and no bun. Despite this, the establishment does ask that patrons consume it like a normal burger, meaning it’s probably not for those who prefer clean eating.

The burger is currently available for 1,450 yen (US$12.34) and can also be modified with extra meat. Meat on meat on meat. [click to continue…]

Stranger Burgers


Lucky Chip, a restaurant chain in England, came up with a clever way to take down the Demogorgon. They made it into a tasty burger! It features pickled onion, cheddar cheese, and a meat patty stuffed with gorgonzola.

There’s also an Eggo-themed burger that Eleven would love. It features waffles, American cheese, and peanut butter and jelly. The burgers will be available this month at the Lucky Chip locations in Dalston and Camden. Check out both burgers in the pics below. [click to continue…]


Café 51 in Melbourne, Australia is reportedly offering customers the opportunity to receive a lifetime of free burgers in exchange for another life-long commitment: a burger tattoo.

Specifically, the establishment is offering a free burger daily for those who get inked with a life-size representation of one of their beefy offerings. To date there has been at least one taker, and 3,000 total applicants.

As for the rules, interested parties are limited to one tattoo, and are only offered one burger per day. Interested? You can submit an application here.

(via Mashable)

As a tribute to the late great Gene Wilder, Sydney, Australia-based Bar Luca came up with this Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory-inspired burger, dubbed the Beauregard Burger.

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Aside from the trippy milk bun, the burger also comes with tomato soup jelly, fried potatoes, “popping cheese” (apparently the cheese actually pops?), mystery “Wonka sauce”, and blueberry onion jam. It runs for A$16, and you can pick it up at any of Bar Luca’s three locations through this upcoming weekend. Oh, and as a nice treat, a golden ticket will pop up in a customer’s burger every day, entitling them to a fun mystery prize—a tour of an imaginative burger factory perhaps? [click to continue…]


For years, the fast food industry has used the burger drop effect in their advertising, showing each layer of a burger falling from the sky into calorie-rich perfection. Nowadays, CGI is the norm, but Director Steve Giralt still prefers to do things the old fashioned way. Surprisingly, it takes a lot of tech to do a proper burger drop.

His process involves a machine known as the “Precision Arduino Timing Relay Imaging Controller”, or “P.A.T.R.I.C.”, which performs precisely timed drops, and even produces ketchup and mustard collisions filmed in mouth-watering slow-mo.

Despite the use of such a complex piece of equipment, the shoot still required multiple takes and a fair bit of luck to get everything to fall into place as desired. Check out the behind the scenes video below. [click to continue…]