Lounge out in the yummiest way possible, with the Hot Dog and Hamburger Couch.
McDonald’s hamburgers, once thought to be indestructible, have never seen the business end of a hydraulic press.
Hydraulic Press Channel is here to change all of that. They begin, innocently enough, with a Big Mac that is systematically turned to burger-mush. Then, many burgers are inserted into an extruder, and the result is what you might expect… projectile burger mush. Enjoy.
The ‘world’s most expensive burger’ once looked like this… then this. Now, it’s a gold-covered monstrosity and, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is officially the most ostentatious pile of meat in all the land.
Brought to us by Netherlands-based, chef Diego Buik — the burger contains Japanese dry-aged Wagyu beef, Oosterschelde lobster, Foie gras, white truffle, Remeker cheese, Japanese fruit tomatoes and caviar, in-between a saffron brioche bun covered in gold leaf.
The cost? $2,300. Fries are available, but they’re not gold, so we don’t see the point.
What a time to be alive. No longer will we have to decide between a hamburger or hot dog, or take up valuable real estate on our plate for both. The Hamdog is here.
The hamburger-hot dog bun is the invention of genius and legend of our time, Mark Murray. Once laughed at by the entrepreneurs on Shark Tank Australia, it is Murray who gets the last laugh, as the Hamdog is now patented.
Find out more about getting your hands on one, and licensing, on Hamdog’s Facebook.
When your burger needs a good alias, there could be no better way to cover up that mild-mannered sandwich, than with a Heisenburger bun.