A couple of weeks ago the BBC reported on International Burger Day (yes, really). Are you sitting comfortably? Here are some of the weirdest burgers in the world.
From the sublime (gold and caviar) to the ridiculous (frog’s legs), there are no limits to human imagination!
Murray underwent a patenting process himself in order to save money on legal fees, despite being told without help he had “more chance winning an Olympic medal”. “A lot of people shut up in 2009 when I was given the patent,” Murray has said.
Dutch chef Diego Buik created a record-breaking luxurious burger in 2017. Ingredients include Japanese dry-aged Wagyu beef, Oosterschelde lobster (infused with Dutch Hermit gin), foie gras, white truffle, Remeker cheese, Japanese fruit tomatoes and caviar on a brioche bun made with saffron and covered in gold leaf. Yours for around €2,300 (plus service 😊).
Invented at a restaurant called PYT in Philadelphia, USA, the Spaghetti Burger features a mozzarella-stuffed meatball patty, red sauce, and spaghetti “cooked into tasty garlic butter buns”. It is not the first PYT has turned pasta into a burger bun – previously there was a deep-fried lasagne burger.
features a deep-fried whole frog – body, head, legs – sandwiched between a pitch-black bun and served with sweet chili sauce and a small amount of soy sauce-flavored chicken, for “purposes of comparison” according to a spokesperson. The burger was launched to celebrate an exhibition at the museum called “Deadly Poison”.