All-bacon burger


36 Responses to “All-bacon burger”

  1. Frank Loonee says:

    … Well then it’s not a burger, is it?

  2. millie fink says:

    At least they got the name right. 

  3. Daemonworks says:

    Too much bread, cheese and egg. Needs more bacon.

  4. jesse caston says:

    50/50 chance of heart attack after eating 50 ….if your 50 …no offense

  5. Dan Hibiki says:

    Is the bun made of bacon?

  6. Joe Mahoney says:

    Typo —  “Souther” sted “Southern”

  7. GregS says:

    I think it is necessary for someone to be pedantic and point out that the hamburger, previously known as the Hamburger sandwich, is named after the city of Hamburg in Germany, not after ham the meat. The sandwich itself was apparently invented in the United States, but it got its name from the beef patty, which was called Hamburg steak and which was brought to America from Germany by German immigrants.

    You’re welcome.

    And blame Wikipedia for any inaccuracies in the above.

  8. Jer_00 says:

    Wow.  That is one of the least appetizing pieces of food porn I think I’ve ever seen.  It looks like something dredged out of one of HP Lovecraft’s nightmares.

    That must be one ugly burger in real life if they can’t make it look good in the promotional shots.

  9. Teirhan says:

    I’m going to be honest here, that doesn’t even LOOK appetizing to me. 

    Is this it?  The sign that I am finally beginning to love healthy food!?

    wait, no, i still crave McD’s chicken nuggets.  crisis averted.

    • Cowicide says:

      No one can resist McNuggets on occasion.

    • Hanglyman says:

      I think it may have something to do with how the sauce, egg and cheese look like they were haphazardly thrown in the general direction of the burger, out of a huge bucket.

      • Jer_00 says:

        There’s also the vomit coloring of the sauce that has a vague look of Elmer’s wood glue about it.   And that how somehow they managed to make the burger look slimy.  I don’t know how you make a hamburger look like something that crawled up out of a fetid swamp, but they did it.

    • Jer_00 says:

       Wait – I’m missing something.

      What’s the connection between “McD’s chicken nuggets” and “food”?

  10. allen says:

    I can’t say much for this one, but I will say that Slater’s other burgers are delicious.

  11. MB44 says:

    This had to happen eventually.

  12. iread2 says:

    It comes with a side of Lucky Strikes and generous portion of crack.

  13. RJ says:

    “Bacon Madness!”
    If I lived near the place, I admit I’d probably try one just to see what it’s like. I’ve never had ground bacon before, but if you’re careful to press the grease out, I bet it would taste pretty good.

  14. futnuh says:

    Someone has to say it … needs more cowbell.

    Also, how can anyone over the age of 30 with even a modicum of respect for his/her body consume this? (I give the age qualifier because an inkling of mortality seems to kick in for most people around this time.)

    • Jer_00 says:

      Meh.  If it’s something you eat every once in a while it won’t kill you any faster than a lot of other things will.

      Mind you – I’m not sure that I’d enjoy eating even one of these things.  But that’s more personal preference rather than health fear even at my advanced age of 40 :)

  15. blueelm says:

    It looks like some one threw up on it. 

  16. bcsizemo says:

    And as desert a BK Bacon Sundae…

  17. Rickenbacker4001 says:

    I want to see it topped off by a sesame seed pig snout. Go all balls, it’s the only to be true to the culinary arts.

  18. ratkingkong says:

    Fat, greasy and disgusting, dubbed The ‘Merica


  19. pjcamp says:

    They should call it the “Lizbeth! I’m comin’ ta join ya honey!”

  20. Typo in the name, I think it’s supposed to be called, “only in ‘merica”

  21. Samuel Valentine says:

    That. Is. Nothing. (And it should be called “The Canadian.”)

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