Beef, American cheese, bacon & eggs,all wrapped in a soft sticky glazed doughnut? Hmmm....
I'm from the Pacific NW where our moto is "keep Portland Weird" (seriously!). Also home to voodoo doughnuts filled with red (blood like) raspberry jam, bacon-maple bars, and squeeky (Tillamook)cheese. So I do understand experimetation, enjoyment, and just plain ol' comfort in food choices... Really. But I'm wondering if there is a point where we say ENOUGH.
Is there anything wrong with an occasional Krispy Kreme CHEESEBURGER? Shall we chalk it up to freedom, fun & ingenuity?
Americans really know how to come up with new and creative pathways to obesity. seriously.
Go ahead and EAT it! Now you will have to RUN around the BLOCK 20 TIMES...So is it worth it?
This reminds me of the KFC Double Down Sandwich:
No bun, just two fried chicken breasts smothering bacon and cheese.
That would be a once in a lifetime thing, I probably couldn't have another after I had one.
I think my body would scream out in pain if that thing even came near my mouth!! Remember, what you put in doesn't always come out. Sometimes it just stays in there and has some craic with the worms.
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Hamburger, with 6 slices of "fat only" bacon and double up on the real butter inside and outside the doughnut please, oh, yes and a side order of butter stuffed jalapenos please.
Just kidding, sort of. I know it's not healthy, but it is so good.
Wow! Just imagine the color and consistency out the other side....
Ok, if those doughnuts were made of coconut flour and had some alternative to sugar used instead, then heck yes. Give it to me! Fat is a beautiful thing.
This is a "once-in-a-lifetime eat" for sure. A steady diet of this type of food will land you in the hospital for heart surgery (at best)or the cemetery.
You can call this a Coronary Burger. How about a 5lb patty, a bun as big as a hubcap, covered w/ seven slices of swiss and cheddar, seven slices of grilled red onions, six slices of tomato, and enough lettuce that it provides a curtain around the perimeter of the sandwich. We nicknamed it the "Triple Bypass Burger"
Can I say it? Well, uh, yeah....
But I'd rrrreeeeaaaallllllllyyyy rather not.
yuck. burger on donuts? I'm not even talking about the health aspects, it just sounds gross. I might be the wrong person to judge tho, I hate donuts.
There is just no need for this. Disgusting! I want one!
by Brian L. Powell 9 years ago
I am looking for opinions on what makes a good hamburger. Fresh Buns, Meat and/or toppings. What places are good? Anyone know anything about In and Out Burgers or Twisted Root? What about turkey burgers, bison burgers, elk burgers etc.?
by jaydawg808 8 years ago
Is it weird to order burgers "plain"?Like when I eat at fast food restaurants, I always order my burger plain or chicken sandwich plain. I can't have the cheese, can't have mayo, and just think it's easier for them to slap together. Is this weird?
by NathaNater 8 years ago
Coffee, cigarette, and a doughnut: Good or bad?Because that's what I had for breakfast. Another way to put it: Caffeine, nicotine, and sugar: The big pick-me-up.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 years ago
Name your favorite hamburger, your favorite hamburger place, and how far you would go for a nice, juicy hamburger? Now, I am hungry, going to make a hamburger with pickes and top it off with gouda cheese and steak sauce.
by Curious Jen 10 months ago
What 3 toppings make for the best pizza?
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