The Ulti-Meatum, A 10,000 Calorie Burger Inspired By The Regular Show


If you need a quick 10,000 calories, and you like burgers inspired by your kid’s TV shows — The Ulti-Meatum has arrived.

Inspired by what The Regular Show calls, “the best burger in the world,” it features one burger encased in meat and then sandwiched by two more burgers. Sound confusing? So is The Regular Show… Perhaps your kids can explain.

The burger monstrosity is brought to us by Corinne Clarkson of Mister Eaters in Lancashire, UK. The best part, is that it’s free if you can finish the entire thing.



[link, via First We Feast]

Burgers and Fries Rolling Pin


As if there was a way for pie to get any better — try rolling out the crust with a Burger and Fries Embossed Rolling Pin.

Created by Poland-based Valek Rolling Pins, your new favorite dough flattener is stamped with a series of cute little fast food combo meals.

Although Valek offers a number of different patterns on their rolling pins, and will even personalize one for you, burgers and fries cookies or pie sounds pretty awesome.



[link, via Blazenfluff]

The Hungry Man TV Dinner Burger


Burger joint PYT is at it again. This time, they’re trying to encourage you to eat your dessert first and in front of the TV, with the Hungry Man TV Dinner Burger.

Again, forgoing the traditional bun, PYT created deep-fried mashed potato cakes for buns. Sandwiched in-between is a real Salisbury steak patty, topped with homemade gravy, carrots, peas and onions.

The only thing missing… The first course of that brownie-like substance.


I Can Has Catburger?


The Catburger Bed is an ingenious and adorable way for your cat to stay warm while they nap. It’s also a great way to get the internet to break — with this combination of cats, burgers, and the potential for new cheezburger memes.

And don’t fret, human… There’s one for you too.




[via HuffPo]

The BrewBurger, A Beer-Filled Burger That Requires ID To Order


Enjoy a beer with your burger, do ya? Well, you could now save a lot of time just by ordering the BrewBurger.

Brought to us by Scottish brewers and squirrel enthusiasts, BrewDog, the burger is an aged beef patty topped with Comté cheese. Also included are beer-fried onions using BrewDog’s Punk IPA, a BBQ reduction made from BrewDog’s Paradox Imperial Stout, and bacon glazed with BrewDog’s 5AM Saint.

All that sounds great… But only if you’re of drinking age, as the burger contains enough alcohol that it requires ID. It’s suggested that you pair the BrewBurger with a BrewDog Bourbon Baby, and call a cab while you’re at it.

[The Drinks Business, via Foodbeast]