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Deadly Deliciousness: The 100% Ground Bacon Burger

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This is a hamburger made from 100% ground bacon. If you think about it, it's actually more of a hamburger than a regular burger because it's actually made from pig. Not unlike pork-chop sandwiches (links to G.I. Joe PSA, NSFW for language). My God, did that smell good.

Southern California burger chain Slater's 50/50 whipped up the cholesterol-heavy item as part of its new offering, the "'merica" burger. The all-bacon patty is topped with a slice of thick cut bacon, a sunny side up egg, a new "bacon island" dressing and a heartly slice of bacon cheddar cheese.

Why? Because F*** YOUR ARTERIES, that's why. God didn't invent cholesterol medicine for no reason, you know. "God didn't invent cholesterol medicine." No? Then who did? "Scientists." But who guided their hands? "You sure you want to go into this, GW?" Nope!

Thanks to el Deco and Brian R, who could each eat two and still have room for fries and a shake. To the drive-thru!

There are Comments.
  • swampwater

    Hamburger doesn't mean a burger made with pork, it's the way a burger is cooked (broiled) and relates to it's namesake; Hamburg. Be geeker, geekologie!

  • Spartikiss

    When will this come to Japan?

  • jimmy klein

    I thought this was half bacon half beef. It was on food network.

  • ito

    The half and half one is their standard burger. The name of the restaurant is "Slater's 50/50" in reference to this. Apparently they're now selling a completely grounded up bacon burger. The real bliss in this place is their bacon ketchup.

  • jimmy klein

    awesome, thanks!

  • the antagonist

    Well, now I know what to request for my last meal.

  • BrianRommel

    "Thanks to el Deco and Brian R, who could each eat two and still have room for fries and a shake. To the drive-thru!"

    2? I'd eat 20

  • n_a_a_s

    O NOM NOM NOM NOM

  • Guest

    Holy sweet bacon bits, that is amazing!!!

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