|07-18-2005, 07:30 PM||#1|
Dazed And Frantic
Join Date: Mar 2004
"There's more to burgers than what's found at emporiums adorned with golden arches or cartoon royalty. On a cross-country cinematic odyssey, filmmaker George Motz documents some bizarre yet popular variations on the classic cheeseburger, including a "Guberburger," in which peanut butter is slathered on ground beef; steamed cheddar cheeseburgers created in a custom boiler; and Memphis's fabled deep-fried burger, perfected in a vat of 90-year-old grease. Warning: viewing on an empty stomach may promote insatiable hunger."
Guberburger looks interesting, but my choice is the Bobcat Bite burger.
|07-18-2005, 08:16 PM||#3|
Lights Out B***h!
Join Date: Mar 2003
Tivo set, thanks clean!
There was a hot dog show on PBS a few years ago that rocked. Gotta tivo it next time it comes on.
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