Mac Attack Burger, A Burger With Mac and Cheese For A Bun


Buns made from bread is so last year. And, since hipsters have their Ramen Bun Burger, the rest of us get the Mac Attack.

Brought to us by Rockit Burger Bar in Chicago, the concept is simple… Replace old boring bread with two fried lumps of mac and cheese. In between is an 8oz Angus patty topped with scallions, lettuce, tomato and Sriracha ketchup. The Mac Attack is offered for a limited time until Oct. 6th.


[via Buzzfeed]

Burger King Now Makes A Burger With French Fries Already On It Because Of Course They Do


If you’re a gourmand who likes to put fries on your burger, then the culinary/laziness gods have answered your prayers. Starting Sept. 1, Burger King will gladly place french fries on your burger for you, with their new French Fry Burger.

Sure, you could have a much better burger and fries somewhere/anywhere else. But then you’ll have to lift the bun and strategically place the fries on yourself. That just sounds like a lot of work. Thanks for the help, BK.

[via AdFreak]

The ‘Merica Burger Has Some Bacon In It


In case you haven’t heard… Regular cheeseburgers just aren’t American enough anymore. In fact, if you don’t place at least one slice of bacon on your burger, you could be labeled a communist. True story.

The ‘Merica Burger, by Slater’s 50/50 in San Diego, is here to help make you feel like a patriot, with bacon involved in every component. It includes an all-bacon patty, bacon cheese, and a bun soaked in bacon grease. U-S-A!!


[via Thrillist]

Cheeseburger Sticky Note Pad


Note to self… Buy more burgers. Never forget anything burger-related, or any other important event with the Cheeseburger Sticky Note Pad. Designed to look like a fully-loaded cheeseburger, the notes could be placed anywhere. Although they may not stick to a greasy surface. They’re available here.




Cheeseburger Wine Is Disappointingly Not Cheeseburger-Flavored


If that Pinot you chose didn’t complement the char and meaty goodness of your double cheeseburger, there’s now a wine by Rootstock Cellars that should help. Cheeseburger Red is actually designed to pair perfectly with your burger. Grab a bottle to bring to your next barbecue, or for the perfect date night to In-N-Out.

[link, via Incredible Things]