Thursday, April 20, 2006

I Know I Shouldn't Eat Thee...

Who knew that meat could be a condiment?
The meat-on-meat Philly Cheesesteak Thickburger, launched Wednesday, features one-third of a pound of Angus beef, along with both Swiss and American cheeses, green peppers and onions. And piled atop all of that is thinly sliced steak meat.

9 comments:

Mr Furious said...

Where's the pound of rich creamery butter and the fried egg?

sideshow bob said...

Mmmmm....bacon...canadian bacon...mexican bacon!!!

Otto Man said...

Where's the pound of rich creamery butter and the fried egg?

"We call it the Good Morning Burger!"

Andi said...

After eating one of those, I think I could create my own security briefs!

Otto Man said...

Well played, Andi. Well played.

Yossarian said...

Ain't nothing to my 15lbs burger at Denny's Beer Barrel Pub. I am up for a roadtrip - anyone game?

http://www.dennysbeerbarrelpub.com/

grandpaboy said...

Salami and/or pepperoni are condiments on a turkey sandwich. Of course, you have to add onion, lettuce, muenster cheese and Gulden's mustard. Or Wolper's if you live near Springfield (Ohio).

Thrillhous said...

Well, I guess if we can count ketchup as a vegetable . . .

Otto Man said...

I was watching Fox Sports South the other day, and they had an ad for a "Carolina Burger" which involved putting a heap of BBQ pork and cole slaw on top of one of their normal single hamburgers.

I'm fighting back the vomit just typing about it.