It was a pretty good death, though.
Excellent news for fans of both delicious food and the Wahlberg brothers (not married to Jenny McCarthy)! Wahlburgers, the Wahlbergs' burger restaurant is expanding all over the country and at least seven franchises are coming to New York City!
If there's one thing anyone who's in the public eye wants, it's to be sexually harassed on the job, and luckily for newscasters everywhere creepy-ass people are more than willing to lead the charge, including this restaurant owner who has been waiting a lifetime to make this awesome joke.
Forget everything they told you in health class: It is, in fact, possible to survive past 100 and eat White Castle regularly. And Madeleine Turpan of Long Island is here to prove it. She just celebrated her 102nd birthday at the fast food restaurant and she couldn't be healthier or happier. And she's a former…
One of them, unsurprisingly, is via Carl's Jr.—the Western X-tra Bacon Thickburger. The point is shoved home via a fake Mystique morphing into a beefy dude before she takes a bite.
If someone offered you an apple cinnamon mayonnaise burger from a Japanese Burger King, you might politely decline. After all, at this point in your life, do you really need to go around sampling odd food combinations? (The answer is no, you're old and stolid and have already reached your personal threshold when it…
In the history of culinary atrocities*, this might take the deep-fried cake. (Wait, is that a thing? Because I want it.)
What happens when you pair the trendiest burger with the trendiest pastry product? Probably something that costs about $15, took many hours to assemble, and tastes pretty alright.
People! We are living in the future. Scientists are working on growing hamburger in a lab. It's sometimes referred to as shmeat, as in meat, shmeat.
Surprise! Our fat-ass Western diets, dripping with the gluttonous privilege of plundering the third world, gobbling up sugar and grains to make sweet poisons like high fructose corn syrup in the name of delicacies like bacon turtles, are going to make us die faster. Live fast die young, amirite?
Luciana Page, a culinary student at Florida International University, has her husband to thank for her newfound fame. According to The Miami Herald, he was the one who suggested she enter her burger recipe to Red Robin's Savory Scholar Contest. Page, who is of Korean heritage, created a BBQ burger with Asian flavors:
This California native got lost in her emotions at yesterday's grand opening of Texas' very first In-N-Out restaurant. As she dives into her hamburger, she talks about how "overwhelming" it feels to live five minutes away from her favorite fast food joint, exclaiming, "Pinch me, it doesn't feel real!" And then the…
Sixty-seven year old Ann Price is known for her grill skills, and her "ghetto burger" has made her Atlanta "snack bar" famous. After serving up patties for almost forty years, she'd like to retire… but isn't sure she can.
A side-by-side comparison of fast food as it's pictured in advertising versus the food you actually purchase is even more of a fail than you'd think.
Upon hearing the news that a bacon sandwich can cure a hangover, many of you will probably say: No shit.