Dominic, please post more vegetarian recipes.
When I look at that picture, the left side of my body starts to go numb...
Oh my God, you guys!!!1!! Don't you know, that, like, eating meat is bad for the environment! For shame!!!
oh my fucking god.
it's protein jenga.
Keep your hands off my cow's body.
YES! YES! AND MORE YES!
I would marry that burger. I would keep my own name though.
Seriously, though -- chop that thing up into a few dozen pieces and you've got the most popular hors d'oeurve at the party.
Now it's just getting plain stupid.
I bet that defibrillator would cook the sandwich to a perfect turn. I eagerly await the infomercial.
@11: Oh, damn, that's the best idea I've ever heard. It's PERFECT.
Bacon is not a weapon
You won't need gall bladder surgery if you eat this bad boy, it will jump right out of our body.
you haven't looked at the ~100 comments in the morning news, have you?
say NO to hamburger! eat your bacon & cheese without being a bush-loving republican meat eater!
beef eater, sorry.
@15 I did look at the 100+ comments on that post. It's fucking insane.
I do the same thing Fnarf does: locally-raised (Skagit Valley), grass-fed beef in very moderate quantities. That does NOT make me a fucking Bush-loving Republican.
Jesus, when militant vegetarians get together in a comment thread, the sheer hysteria rivals a Sarah Palin rally.
I have a plan. It will make this thing look healthy. You have no idea what depths my culinary mind has plumbed. Bacon is not enough. I will make this altar tonight and offer up the nightmare that cardiologists dare not to dream.
And the cool thing is that it was fried with wind power!
If that was a real man's sandwich instead of a wussy wannabe, it would have a fried egg or two in it.
This is fucking disgusting.
@4 ... Julie, you bitch. Eating meat IS bad for the environment. Why are you mocking something that is provable truth?
@17 ... Hernandez and Ffnarf, I highly doubt that that monstrosity is made with only grass-fed products.
A burger like that once or twice a year is fantastic, yummy. Once or twice a month and you'll really be needing that heart thingamajig.
Who is Carolin and when will she go away?
Ummm... Why can't Julie go away? And take her disdain for those of us trying to make a difference with her.
but they didn't make the bun out of meat.
and then wrap that in a meat pocket. dipped in meat sauce. between two meat doughnuts. on a meat sundae. fried to perfection. in cheese. then smoked. with bacon charcoal.
why stop there?
adding bacon and cheese ad infinitum is funny. ha.
I love it when vegans and vegetarians end up sounding like the Church Lady.
Carolin, while you're lecturing, could you please remind us again that you never watch tv? Because people who never watch tv are really, really smart.
i definitely made almost this exact burger yesterday for someone and it was a truly horrifying and yet beautiful experience to watch him eat it. JA, you're an effing champ.
Hey Carolin. I think that it is you, dear, who is the bitch. I was mocking you and your holier-than-thou, preachy, bitchy attitude, not the fact that meat is bad for the environment.
I eat virtually no meat. Maybe once a month or less. So, I probably absolutely agree with anything you have to say on this topic, from a content perspective.
But, unlike you, I know that the way to change people's minds is not to call them an asshole for eating meat.
and fyi, it totally had grilled onions on it, and possibly mayo. i couldn't convince him to have grilled mushrooms too.
@21 - you can decide for yourself.
I get all my beef from these people. You can make all the accusations that you want, but it's nothing but hot air unless you're taking all the facts into consideration.
Your idea of "making a difference" with someone is calling them disgusting, a taker and pig, retard, mouth-breather, and irresponsible, and a bitch.
Also, arguing that it's OK to use the internet because your computer is wind-powered is like saying it's OK to buy and eat meat because you cooked it on a wind-powered stove.
Reciprocal gift accepted! BZZZZZT!! Thank you very much for the LOL.
I've never seen anything look tastier. My environmental concern just left as I imagined eating it. That cow was a brave soldier for the meat industry.
That makes me want to barf.....
It's architectural design compares favorably to New York's Museum of Art and Design. I suspect it tastes better too.
@30 Where can I get one? Do you deliver?
I remember getting an oyster sandwich from the fish fry one time and having a vegetarian go on about how nasty it was to me. "Oh ew, how can you eat that! That is disgusting! I'm a vegetarian so I really think that is gross. Why would you want to eat that?" Here's a thought - don't eat it and let me enjoy my food in peace.
@37 You'll have to sign a release first.
It's just bachelor food.
What is so clever about something one of Bristol Palin's boyfriends could have thought of?
you think this is about being clever elenchos? Get a grip.
If this is what bachelors eat then sign me up! I'm officially a bachelor now.
of course this is about being clever. there is absolutely nothing novel about this sandwich other than it's obnoxious proportions. put those same things together in a sensible portion and you've got yourself a bacon cheeseburger. when is the last time someone blogged about bacon cheeseburgers?
so gratuitous is the new clever?
I had the Microsoft cafeteria grill make me one of the originals today.
Warning: Use small pieces of bread. Two sourdough grilled cheese sandwiches plus a hamburger is way too much bread to eat in one sitting.
Also, other toppings a good idea - just tomatoes and pickles made for kind of a bland experience.
On the positive side, it was only $6.20
I'd dip mine in ranch dressing...
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