Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Cheeseburger Strikes for a Third Time

It seems cheeseburgers can not keep themselves out of trouble. So far, I have blogged about two incidents where cheeseburgers have been involved in physical abuse. Well, it has happened again.

Cheeseburger Beating Victim Files Lawsuit
April 21, 2009 11:03 AM EDT

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A woman who said she was beaten after giving a homeless man a cheeseburger outside a Nashville McDonald's is suing the restaurant, a nearby liquor store and her alleged attacker.

Published reports said Fran MacLaren and her husband filed suit in Davidson County Circuit Court on Monday, asking for $2 million in damages.

MacLaren claims David Craig threw the cheeseburger she gave him and beat her outside the restaurant last April. The suit says Craig was hanging around the McDonald's after he was told to leave the nearby Uncle Koto Liquor Store.

The suit states both stores failed to provide a safe place for their customers. Neither business could be reached for comment.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

This is my final blog. I would like to thank everyone who followed and I hope all goes well in the future.

'Cheeseburger Bill'

We have all heard about the lawsuits against fast food chains that claim their food has made its consumers obese and unhealthy. Since 2005 this is no longer possible. People are responsible for their own actions. If they choose to indulge in McDonald's cheeseburgers on a regular basis, then that is their own problem and they must deal with the consequences. Here is the link that explains the 'Cheeseburger Bill'.


Monday, April 20, 2009

4800 Calories!!

A minor league baseball team, the West Michigan Whitecaps, is offering a 4,800-calorie cheeseburger on its ballpark menu that has been branded a "dietary disaster."

The four pound meal has five beef patties, five slices of cheese, nearly a cup of chili, Fritos, salsa, nacho cheese, sour cream and lettuce and tomato all on an eight inch sesame-seed bun.

A local paper reports that anyone who can finish the behemoth burger all by themselves will get a special T-shirt.

The burger costs $20.

Who would want to tackle this challenge? This single burger holds more than two days of the recommended calories suggested for a human! Whoever does complete this challenge is not going to be feeling good the next day.

What is the need for a cheeseburger that has 4800 calories? Just goes to show how unhealthy restaurants and people can be. Cheeseburger such as this one contribute to the escalating obesity rates in America. If people did not have the option to each meals such as this, obesity rates would drop.

134 LB. Burger!

I posted a blog earlier in the semester, which was the world's largest cheeseburger. It weighed 78.5 lbs. No longer is this the world's largest cheeseburger. There is a new cheeseburger that weighs 134 pounds and costs a total of 350 dollars! This is ridiculous. You would need like 60 people to feast on this burger for it to get finished. And who would want to spend 350 dollars?

Here is the video showing the world's largest cheeseburger:


Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Cheeseburger Silly Song

As I was looking for cheeseburger information to write about in my blog I came across this cheeseburger song. It is called His Cheeseburger Silly Song. It is a love song about a cheeseburger haha. Check it out:


Cheeseburger Pizza Recipe

If you like cheeseburgers and pizza, then why not mix the two? Well, here is a recipe for the hybrid cheeseburger pizza:


1/2 pound ground beef
1 onion, chopped
1/2 cup pizza sauce
1/2 ketchup
1 (12 inch) pre-baked pizza crust
1/2 teaspoon seasoning salt, or to taste
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
6 bacon strips, cooked and crumbled
1-2 tomato, chopped
dill pickle slices


First of all cook the ground beef and chopped onion in a skillet with a little oil until the beef is brown and cooked through. Drain off any excess fat and set the mixture aside.

Next, pre-heat the oven to 450 degrees F (230 degrees C). Spread the pizza sauce and ketchup evenly over the pizza crust but not quite reaching the edge, you can also add salt and pepper to taste. Spread the cooked beef over the pizza crust and then cover with the cheeses. Now place the sliced pickle and chopped tomato over the cheese.

Cook in the over for 9-11 minutes or until the cheese is golden brown. Remove from the oven and sprinkle with the crumbled bacon, slice, and enjoy!

Monday, April 6, 2009

Dairy Queen has cheeseburgers?

Dairy Queen is more famously known for its ice cream, however, they also serve cheeseburgers. If there was a Dairy Queen around here, maybe I would have known that. Anyway, here is the nutritional value of a Dairy Queen cheeseburger:

Serving Size: 152 grams
Calories: 340
Calories from Fat: 150
Total Fat: 17
Saturated Fat: 8
Cholesterol: 55
Sodium: 850
Carbohydrates: 29
Fiber: 2
Sugars: 5
Protein: 20

When compared to a McDonald's cheeseburger or a Burger King cheeseburger, Dairy Queen has the upper hand on the healthier choice.

Bacon Cheddar Ranch Burger

If your sick of the regular cheeseburger, here is a recipe for a bacon cheddar ranch burger:


1 pound Ground Beef

1 cup Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese

12 slices Cooked Bacon

4 ounces fresh mushrooms

4 Hamburger rolls

Ranch Salad Dressing (Optional)


Combine ground beef, cheddar cheese, and 4 crumbled slices of the bacon into a bowl. Mix together lightly. Form the meat mixture into balls and gently flatten into patties of desired thickness.

Lightly grease a frying pan with olive (or vegetable) oil and place the patties into the pan. Cook both sides until the patties are golden brown

Take the cooked patties out of the pan and place on a plate with paper towels to drain the grease. Place the chopped mushrooms into the warm pan and fry them until they are golden brown.

Toast your hamburger buns on medium heat in the toaster oven or place on grill. Then, spread ranch dressing on one side of the bun. Take the drained patties and place on the bun. Place 2 slices of the cooked bacon on top of the burger, along with the fried mushrooms. You can also top with additional cheese if desired.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Not a Good Rep for Jack in the Box...

This is a story published on Dec 9 that focuses on "cheap eats." It really gets the point across that cheap value menu items are very unhealthy and can become life threatening in the future if eaten excessively. Here's the story:

WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UPI) -- A U.S. health advocacy group says Jack in the Box's Junior Bacon Cheeseburger tops the list of worst "cheap eats."

The non-profit Cancer Project reviewed nutrition information for items on the Value Menus of five national fast food chains. Jack in the Box's Junior Bacon Cheeseburger, which costs a dollar, has 23 grams of fat, 860 milligrams of sodium.

The report said most items on Value Menus are high in fat, saturated fat, calories and cholesterol. Many also contain processed meats and grilled meats linked to increased cancer risk, the group said Monday in a release.

"Dollar menus might be easy on the wallet, but these high-fat fast foods can be really hard on your health," Cancer Project staff dietitian Krista Haynes said in a statement. "People looking for food bargains can cut their risk of heart disease and cancer by steering clear of cheeseburgers and choosing low-fat vegetarian meals. "

Other items in the top five were Taco Bell's Cheesy Double Beef Burrito, Burger King's Breakfast Sausage Biscuit, McDonald's McDouble and Wendy's Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger.

I'm not trading my health away to save a few bucks. The money you save by buying cheap value menu items is not even close to the cost of health expenses that arrise when one's arteries are clogged up by junior bacon cheeseburgers.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Cheeseburger Soup

This is definetly not something I'd like to try, but here is the recipe for those of you who love trying new things.

Cheeseburger Soup:

1 lb. ground beef
3/4 C. chopped onion
3/4 C. shredded carrots
3/4 C. diced celery
3 T. butter or oil
3 C. chicken broth
4 C. diced potatoes
1/4 C. flour
8 oz. Velvetta cheese
1 1/2 C. milk1
t. basil
1/4 C. sour creamsalt and pepper

In a 5 qt. pot, brown beef, drain and set aside.
Saute onion, carrots, celery and basil in same pan about 5 minutes.
Stir in flour and add broth, potatoes and beef.
Cover, reduce heat and simmer until potatoes are tender, about 15 minutes.
Add cheese, milk, salt and pepper.
Cook and stir until cheese melts.
Remove from heat and blend in sour cream.

Serve and Enjoy

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Burger King's New X-treme Double Cheeseburger

Beginning April 10th Burger King will introduce the new X-treme double cheeseburger and it will be available for five weeks.

According to Stefan Bomhard, senior vice president, marketing, North America Burger King Corporation, "The X-treme double cheeseburger is the perfect option to meet our customers' need for variety and great taste."

The X-treme Double Cheeseburger contains 1/2 pound of juicy, flame-broiled beef; two slices of Monterey Jack cheese; two slices of Cheddar; and a zesty cheese sauce topped with tomatoes, pickles and onions on a sesame seed bun.

Nutrition facts: 367 gram serving size; 1070 calories; 660 calories from fat; 73 grams of fat; 31 grams of saturated fat; 210 milligrams of cholesterol and 1740 milligrams of sodium.

Info retrieved from: http://www.qsrmagazine.com/articles/news/story.phtml?id=3152

How About a Cheeseburger in the Face...

I previously posted an article about a man being killed over a cheeseburger. Well, it seems that cheeseburgers just can not stay out of trouble. A man has been charged with battery after showing a cheeseburger in his girlfriend's face. Nice boyfriend huh?

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A Vero Beach man is accused of assaulting his girlfriend multiple times with a McDonald's cheeseburger, according to his arrest affidavit.

The woman told the Indian River County Sheriff's Office she was sitting a car in front of the home she shares with Vincent Gonzalez, 22, of the 300 block of 12th Road, Vero Beach. The couple began arguing and Gonzalez would not allow her to leave the car, the affidavit said. The woman threw Gonzalez's drink out of the car, the report said. In response, Gonzalez grabbed the woman's arm and forced the cheeseburger into her face, the report said. Both of them stepped out of the vehicle and Gonzalez smashed the cheeseburger again into the woman's face.

Deputies charged Gonzalez with battery domestic violence. He remained in the Indian River County Jail Wednesday in lieu of $1,000 bail.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say there are better ways of solving arguments lol

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Gummi Cheeseburgers

Cheeseburgers are not always made with hamburger anymore. You can now eat mini gummi cheeseburgers. For 60 gummi cheeseburgers it will cost 9 dollars or if you only want one it will cost 15 cents. So if you want a quick sugar rush and a cheeseburger; here you go.

How many Cheeseburgers!?

72,000 cheeseburgers. This is the number of cheeseburgers that it would take to power all of the riders in the Tour de France over 21 days and 2,200 miles of bicycling. Here is the proof:

Rachel Mahan, July 25, 2008

As this year’s Tour de France draws to a close, you might be wondering how many calories it takes to power all of the riders during 21 days and about 2,200 miles of bicycling. The answer: It takes the equivalent of 72,000 cheeseburgers.

To arrive at this number, an exercise physiologist performed the following calculation: Each rider needs about 7,000 to 10,000 calories per day. If an 8-ounce cheeseburger is around 350 calories, that comes to about 20-30 burgers a day for each rider. Multiply that by the total number of riders and the number of days they are riding and you get about 72,000 cheeseburgers (give or take a little for riders who drop out and for a mixture of very strenuous days and—well, all days seem pretty strenuous to most of us cheeseburger-eaters).

Conrad Earnest, an exercise physiologist at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, LA, did the cheeseburger calculation last year based on other researchers’ data. He wanted to better illustrate just how great the riders’ energy demands are.

The cyclists require so many calories because the energy they expend during the race, which takes them over the Alps and the Pyrenees this year, is as much as it would take to run 21 marathons in a row, if not more, says Earnest.

In reality, the riders probably aren’t eating cheeseburgers to get all of their energy. Unlike in early Tours, when cyclists had to find their own food and drink along the way, chefs and nutritionists now cater to their needs.

As a cyclist himself, Earnest says a cheeseburger is his favorite meal replacement. “The last thing I want to see when I get off a bike is a PowerBar.”

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Mad Cow Disease

Mad cow disease is an incurable, fatal brain disease that affects cattle and possibly some other animals, such as goats and sheep. The medical name for mad cow disease is bovine spongiform encephalopathy (pronounced: bo-vine spun-jih-form en-seh-fah-la-puh-thee), or BSE for short. It's called mad cow disease because it affects a cow's nervous system, causing a cow to act strangely and lose control of its ability to do normal things, such as walk.

Only certain animals can get BSE — people don't actually get mad cow disease. However, experts have found a link between BSE and a rare brain condition that affects people, called variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). Researchers believe that people who eat beef from cows that have BSE are at risk of developing a form of CJD.

CJD is caused by an abnormal type of protein in the brain called a prion. When people have CJD, cells in the brain die until the brain eventually has a "sponge-like" appearance. During this time, people with the disease gradually lose control of their mental and physical capabilities.

To date, very few people have been diagnosed with the form of CJD that's been linked to mad cow disease. By November 2006, only 200 cases of this rare condition had been reported worldwide. Of these, most were identified in Britain. Several of the people diagnosed with the disease outside Britain — including two cases in the United States — had a history of exposure in Britain or in a country where government officials reported BSE. Experts believe that the people got CJD after eating beef products from cows that had BSE.

Mad Cow Disease Clip:

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Cheeseburger in Paradise

Not only are cheeseburgers found in restaurants and backyard barbecues, but they can be found in a 1978 song by Jimmy Buffet known as Cheeseburger in Paradise:

Jimmy Buffett

Tried to amend my carnivorous habits.
Made it nearly seventy days,
Losin' weight without speed-eatin' sunflower seeds,
Drinkin' lots of carrot juice and soakin' up rays.

But at night I'd have these wonderful dreams
Some kind of sensuous treat.
Not zucchini, fettucini, bulgar wheat,
But a big warm bun and a huge hunk of meat.

Cheeseburger is paradise.
Heaven on earth with an onion slice.
Not too particular, not too precise.
I'm just a cheeseburger in paradise.

Verse 2:
Heard about the old time sailor men,
They eat the same thing again and again;
Warm beer and bread they said could raise the dead.
Well, it reminds me of the menu at a Holiday Inn.

But times have changed for sailors these days.
When I'm in port I get what I need;
Not just Havanas or bananas or daiquiris,
But that American creation on which I feed!

Cheeseburger is paradise, medium rare with munster be nice
Heaven on earth with an onion slice.
I'm just a cheeseburger in paradise.

I like mine with lettuce and tomato
Heinz 57 and french fried potatoes
Big kosher pickle and a cold draft beer
Well, good god Almighty which way do I steer

For my cheeseburger in paradise
Makin' the best of every virtue and vice.
Worth every damn bit of sacrifice
To get a cheeseburger in paradise;
To be a cheeseburger in paradise.
I'm just a cheeseburger in paradise.

I like mine with lettuce and tomato
Heinz 57 and french fried potatoes
Big kosher pickle and a cold draft beer
Well, good god Almighty which way do I steer

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Origin of the Cheeseburger

I found an interesting page that gives five different explanations as to where the cheeseburger originated from. You can decide for yourself which story you would like to believe.

Before we even start talking about cheese we must trace the history of the plain old Hamburger. This story goes as far back as the 11th Century when the Mongols carried flat patties of meat with them on long horseback trips. These Mongols would travel to Moscow and the idea of a flat patty of meat spread through the city and was eventually brought to Hamburg in Germany by sailers. From here it spread to the New York and the meat patty became known as a Hamburg Steak or Hamburger.

Tracing the source of the Hamburger (the meat patty in two pieces of bread) gets a little more tricky. The actual hamburger bun is said to be invented in 1916 by Walter Anderson, a short-order cook and founder of the first Hamburger chain ‘White Castle’. But the Hamburger was around much earlier and was made using two pieces of normal sliced bread.
One claim of inventing the Hamburger sandwich comes from Charlie Nagreen of Seymour, Wisconsin, U.S.. In 1885, he tried selling fried meatballs at a county fair, but customers found them hard to eat while walking around the fair, so Nagreen flattened it and made it into a sandwich he called the “hamburger”.

Hamburg, New York, U.S. also claims credit for the invention of the hamburger. This village celebrates a “Burgerfest” every summer, held to mark the anniversary of the hamburger’s creation at the Erie County Fair in 1885 by the Menches brothers.

Another claim is made by a small diner in the town of New Haven, Connecticut, U.S., named Louis’ Lunch. It is sometimes credited with having invented this quick businessman’s meal for busy office workers in 1900. Similar claims are made from almost every US state!

The first cheeseburger was created between 1924 and 1926 by a chef named Lionel Sternberger in Pasadena, California, USA. The anecdote goes along the lines of a passing homeless man suggested Sternberger should add a slice of cheese to his hamburger order, Sternberger then added this to his main menu and the cheeseburger was born.

Other places have claimed the invention of the cheeseburger as part of their local legend. Louisville, Kentucky-based Kaelin’s Restaurant has claimed to invent the cheeseburger in 1934. [1] The following year, the trademark for the name “cheeseburger” was awarded to Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In in Denver, Colorado.

So we can’t be 100% sure who first had the idea of slapping a piece of cheese on top of the burger patty to create our beloved cheeseburger, but we do know that the cheeseburger is an all American creation that has been exported all over the world. We love the cheeseburger.


Cheeseburger Pie?

What happened to just eating a burger cooked on the grill? Well, I guess people got bored because according to Janette Morrissey, there is a recipe for a cheeseburger pie. She found this recipe on the back of a box of Bisquick baking mix many years ago and gave it to one of her friends. Here it is:

1 pound lean ground beef
1 large onion, chopped (1 cup)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese (4 ounces)
1/2 cup Bisquick baking mix
1 cup milk
2 eggs

Heat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a 9-inch glass pie plate with cooking spray.

In a 10-inch skillet, cook beef and onion over medium heat 8 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until beef is brown; drain. Stir in salt. Spread in pie plate. Sprinkle with cheese.

In a small bowl, stir remaining ingredients with fork or wire whisk until blended. Pour into pie plate.

Bake about 25 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean.

Serves 6.

Per serving: 271 calories, 24 grams protein, 14 grams fat, 7 grams saturated fat, 11 grams carbohydrate, 1 gram fiber, 139 milligrams cholesterol, 522 milligrams sodium

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Police: Man Fatally Shot Over Cheeseburger

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A St. Louis man is dead and a teenager is in custody after a shooting over a cheeseburger.

The victim is 26-year-old Carl Sharp. The name of the 16-year-old suspect has not been released.

Police say Sharp returned home around 12:30 a.m. Sunday after purchasing three cheeseburgers at a Rally's restaurant. The suspect apparently became angry because he had requested two burgers, not three, and an argument began.

The men ate the sandwiches and the suspect left. A short time later, police say the teen returned and shot Sharp three times. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The 16-year-old fled the scene on a bicycle and was taken into custody Sunday afternoon.
Sharp was a recent college graduate who is survived by his wife and two children.

(Copyright ©2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
Monday August 4, 2008

This is ridiculous. Cheeseburgers are not that important to give someone reason to take another's life. So he got three cheesburgers instead of two, big deal. He should have been happy to get another cheeseburger. This just shows how dangerous some people can be, and how angry people can become.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

World's Smallest Cheeseburger

Earlier in my blog I showed you all the world's largest cheeseburger. Well, not only is there the world's BIGGEST cheeseburger, but I have found the world's SMALLEST cheeseburger!

This cheeseburger is assembled exactly like a normal burger with all the fixings, however the burger is equal to the size of a sweet and low packet. Though it is interesting, it is not very filling. I do not think anybody will be selling or buying these mini cheeseburgers. You take one bite and the whole thing is gone. You would have to eat like fifty of these mini burgers to even start to feel full. Not only that, you would have to keep your eye on this burger, a small insect might be able to carry it away. Alright enough with the jokes, I present to you the World's Smallest Cheeseburger. Enjoy!

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Cheeseburger in a Can?

So what is the deal with the "cheeseburger in a can?" Are people that lazy to fire up the grill, heat the stove, or even pull out a George Foreman? I mean honestly, who would prefer to eat a cheeseburger from a can over a cheeseburger that is home cooked, or even cooked at McDonald's? I thought this was a joke when first reading about this new canned product, but it is not.

Cheeseburger in a can is made by a German camping-supplies company. This company does not send to the United States, but according to the people of this website: http://www.avclub.com/articles/taste-test-cheeseburger-in-a-can,2183/

they were able to obtain one of these cheeseburgers through eBay. The taste test proved to be disasterous. Here are some of the taste test reactions:

• "Why would they put sauce on it already? That's retarded!" "You know what's retarded? A cheeseburger in a can."
• "Oh, that looks so gross. It's so grey. It's the greyest meat ever."
• "It looks more greenish to me."
• "It's got this horrible film on it."
• "It's really mealy-looking. Does anyone read German? Are we sure there's meat in there?"

After seeing these reviews, I do not plan on buying cheeseburger in a can on eBay for the "experience." We must keep in mind, however, that the cheeseburger is created for campers, but still. What camper decides to bring cheeseburger in a can for they get hungry? There are plenty of other foods to eat when going on a camping trip. Either way, cheeseburger in a can is a ridiculous idea and is not the way an American cheeseburger should be eaten.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

White Castle

Cheeseburgers hold such an important role within the food world of our society that Hollywood was capable of producing a movie that centered around White Castle, a burger joint. The movie, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, follow two college students who crave burgers from White Castle. They encounter many obstacles but eventually reach their destination. The movie was so popular that producers were able to create a second movie.

I find it amazing that Hollywood was able to make such a popular movie that surrounded a food item we all relate to America. White Castle is not even a popular burger joint when compared to McDonald's, Burger King, or Wendy's. However, the story was not based on the restaurant, but the cheeseburgers. When the two students reach White Castle they order an absurd amount of cheeseburgers, and they make them look so good. When your done watching the movie, it almost makes you want to go to White Castle.

Here is a video clip from the end of the movie, Enjoy!


Sunday, February 8, 2009

Which is Better For You?

There is always the question of which burger is healthier: Burger King or McDonald's? Well, the easiest way to discover the answer to this question is by looking at the nutritional facts of each burger.

(1st Nutrition Fact: Burger King Whopper)
(2nd Nutrition Fact: McDonald's Big Mac)

Looking at the evidence above, it looks as though McDonald's Big Mac is much better for you than a Burger King Whopper. The Whopper has nearly double the fat and double the amount of calories per serving. It also has double the cholesterol. Looking at the facts, if I were trying to eat "healthy fast food" I would have to choose the Big Mac over the Whopper.

(I always thought Burger King was healthier because it was "grilled" but I guess that was a misconception)

Monday, February 2, 2009

Big Mac vs Whopper (Cont'd)

I was just looking at more "Whopper Virgin" commercials and found a video that answers some of my doubts and questions that I brought up in my previous post. This video is more of a documentary that takes place during the burger testing. It answered one of my criticisms right away when they explain that the burgers are bought fifteen minutes prior to the testing, so it could be considered a fair contest. Also, after watching the documentary I was convinced that these people were unaware of McDonald's and Burger King, so they can truly be considered "Whopper Virgins." Maybe I should have done a bit more research before posting my last entry.

Here is the documentary: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp6nTooK1wo

Big Mac vs Whopper

We've all seen the most recent technique that Burger King has been advertising for its most popular burger, the Whopper. It is more of a test actually. The test is a contest between Burger King's Whopper and McDonald's Big Mac. Seeing as it is a Burger King commercial, the advertisement / contest is biased towards the Whopper. This is a link to one of the "Whopper Virgin" commercials.


The commercials claim to find people who have never tasted a Big Mac or Whopper and see which burger they prefer. However, how does the public know that the burgers are in fact the burgers that we, as consumers, recieve when we go to one of these fast food restaurants? We do not even know if these "Whopper Virgins" are real people or paid actors. Burger King's advertisement is a very good idea, but one that does not prove one burger to be better than the other. Is it possible that many people chose the Big Mac over the Whopper? Certaintly. Though, are those responses made into commercials? No. The only true way to determine which burger is more successful is by profit. It is impossible to determine which burger tastes better because it depends on a person's preferences. These commercials do not convince the viewer of anything, other than one person from Transylvania thought a Whopper was better than a Big Mac. Who would even know if the Big Mac was fresh? Burger King representatives could be feeding these "Whopper Virgins" Big Macs that were made days ago. There are too many variables to prove to any viewer that the Whopper is better than the Big Mac.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

World's Biggest Burger

A burger that weighs a total of 78.5 pounds!


Who would possibly be able to eat a burger that size?

Monday, January 26, 2009

How President Obama Likes His Burger

Hello everybody,

This blog is dedicated to the delicious cheeseburger. Over the next several weeks I will be posting various entries that relate to cheeseburgers, whether it is the Big Mac and Whopper debate or just a plain old cheeseburger on the grill cooked at home.

This entry is very recent and has to do with newly appointed President Barack Obama. It is a fitting entry to this blog because as the title, Barack Obama also enjoys his cheeseburger medium well. Enjoy!