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Donut Burger


#1

i almost threw up reading this.


#2

I'm trying to wrap my mind around what thats going to taste like.

Excessively sweet donut crossed with what sounds like a good burger combo, sharp cheddar and bacon.

Might actually be okay.


#3

I'm drooling on my keyboard. Long have I waited for such a creation.


#4

OH GOD! I really don't feel so good after seeing that image.

Sugar, melted cheddar, bacon and a big beef patty? WTF.


#5

yeah, I love a bacon cheeseburger, and I love a donut, but I just don't think the sugary sweetness of the donut and the saltiness of the cheese&bacon would go together well at all.... sounds gross


#6

My arteries are clogging up just by reading it.


#7

I have eaten a sandwich before that had ham and sharp chedder cheese with maple syrup on an croissant. It was good.

I think the glaze would go well with the bacon and sharp chedder. I would try one.

"Mmmmmm. Forbidden Donut."


#8

you know whats really funny about this, did anyone see jim gaffigans newest standup, well if you didnt he made reference to a donut burger, then said that "you know somebody at krispy kreme is probally watching this, and saying hey... that might just be good." now here it is LMFA


#9

seems like itll taste like a McGriddle from
McDonalds...

I love McGriddles....


#10

Oh my Gallbladder..


#11

"I can actually hear you getting fatter"


#12

Sounds like the same sick idea as the deep fried in lard mars bar those weird Scots and Geordies eat.


#13

LOL


#14

That's just a variation of the Luther burger.

And deep frying candy bars (twinkies, snickers) started in Brooklyn, NYC.


#15

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Lightening-fast-eat-
anything-and-not-get-fat-metabolism for the win.


#16

Now, if we could just deepfry this sucker we'd have a winner on our hands!


#17

Coated with cheese, breaded THEN deepfried... and topped with some syrup, powdered sugar and whipping cream.


#18

Sounds like a PR on the big three if you ask me.


#19

This thread seems like the perfect place to reference the SNL skit about Taco Town...

http://www.foodfacts.info/extras/snl-taco-time.shtml


#20

Worse than a greasy pork sandwich served in an ashtray