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George Foreman Burger Recipe Contest

George Foreman Brand Announces New Fat-Reduction Claim, Recipe Contest and National Partnership

Think you can make a better burger that the one pictured above? Well, you probably can. Honestly that one doesn’t look too appetizing. Luckily, there’s a recipe contest that will let you put your money where your mouth is. Or rather, make that George’s money. Read on for the whole press release.

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May 10, 2011   No Comments

Press To Stuff Your Own Stuffed Burgers

Stuff A Burger Press by ABC

Some foods don’t lend themselves particularly well to consistency. We politely call these examples “rustic”. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing; coarsely chopped vegetation of differing sizes can quite often add a pleasing effect. But sometimes you just want your homemade specialties to all be the same size with no surprises in store. A good example of when a surprise might be undesirable would be when biting into a stuffed burger. (Here might be another.)

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April 3, 2011   No Comments

In-N-Out Goes Deep In The Hearts Of Texans

In-N-Out Burger expanding to Texas.

The ongoing Great Fast Food Expansion is one that takes a surprising amount of time. Texas didn’t have In-N-Out Burger. How could that have happened? Or rather, not have had happened. Regardless, it seems like every state should have access to the best fast food. But, I suppose these things take time. After all, California still doesn’t have White Castle (not that that is a bad thing), and those east of Vegas have no idea what Roberto’s is (which is a bad thing).

In any event, the Lone Star State looks to be getting at least eight restaurants in the coming months. Texas, which at times thinks it is its own country, probably doesn’t know how to speak the language yet. Here’s how it’s done, Texans; just say this: “Double-double, animal style, add chilies, fries well-done.” Enjoy, and welcome to In-N-Outland.

(Via Delish)

March 19, 2011   No Comments

Jack In The Box On The Road

Hit the Road, Jack: Newest Jack in the Box Restaurant Is Actually a 34-Foot-Long Food Truck -- Jack's Munchie Mobile.

The food truck craze shows no sign of slowing down as Jack has thrown his oversized hat into the ring. The burger chain, Jack in the Box, has now hit the road and can be found rolling along the streets of Southern California. There happen to be a lot of parking lots in Southern California, so hopefully this news doesn’t squeeze out the little guys. In any event, just like drive-ins were an icon of previous generations, it looks like food trucks have hit the mainstream.

Read on to find out where to catch it…

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March 18, 2011   2 Comments

New BK Stuffed Steakhouse Burger Looks Wrong Way

New BK STUFFED STEAKHOUSE Burger Spices Things Up from the Inside Out with Jalapeño and Cheddar.

Well, I’ll admit it’s not the first thing I thought of when I saw the new BK Stuffed Steakhouse Burger, but it did remind me of Eddie Murphy’s classic sketch about a McDonalds burger. His ‘house-burger’ that he described had peppers and onions integrated throughout the patty, while Burger King’s new offering “stuffs” the patty with jalapeño peppers and Cheddar cheese.

Look forward to a television campaign starting January 17.

(Psst, Burger King. This is what a stuffed burger is supposed to look like.)
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January 11, 2011   2 Comments

Smell Like White Castle

White Castle Ceramic Scented Candle

What do a candle and a steaming White Castle burger have in common? Nothing, except they are both only good after dark. While late nights and a belly full of booze may be required for admission into a White Castle dining establishment, the White Castle Ceramic Scented Candle doesn’t require an altered state to be used. Especially useful for Left-Coasters who must endure In-N-Out Burgers to satisfy that burger craving. < /sarcasm >

November 16, 2010   No Comments