For a turkey burger version, I think I would have used swiss, and an aioli sauce.
(says the vegan foodie)
Yeah, turkey and cheddar, not so much.
Everything about that picture is nasty.
Well, it ain't no Lutherburger...
@3 That's the whole point, I figured "Why the hell not!"
If you think that's bad, check out what I tried a couple of years ago: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanparrish/204864561/
My favorite recently was this one - probably been posted here before, but still...
Careful - next thing you know you'll be in Taco Town territory:
You ever had a country fired chickne breast baked in an apple pie with a li'l smokie on top over a bed of Reeces pices???
I did the same thing last night, but I was inspired by a friend to make the top sandwich a BLT. It was quite tasty and far too filling.
If anyone cares, you can see it here:
Is that a ketchup drizzle? Classy!
@10 Actually it's BBQ sauce, I didn't have any ketchup.
thanks for the eco-friendly foods ;)
You could just eat two cheeseburgers, but if you stack them on top of each other in an impractical way it is shocking!
I'm going to go invent putting the plate on top of the food.
You changing the name of this place to CLOG.
You're a sick bastard, Dominic.
Sounds good, except I have never liked cheeseburgers. Hamburgers yes! Grilled cheese sandwiches yes! But for some reason I have never liked cheese burgers. Now a grilled cheese made with Brie wrapped around a grilled chicken breast with caramelized onions with a side of chicken Au Jus would taste real good right now.
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