Sunday, October 11, 2009

My Nomination For The 2010 Nobel Peace Prize

While grazing through Lucianne's I was apprised of the singlemost delicious, nutritious concoction on the face of the earth. Or for that matter, in its stomach.

The bacon cheese burger on a donut, or as I prefer to call it, the Police Quarter Pounder.

From ABC News:

[...] No, this isn't something out of "The Simpsons" or a reality TV show challenge. At just four inches in diameter, this little sandwich packs 1,500 calories. Meet the Craz-E Burger.

It's the latest bite of fair food to get attention this fall. It could be mistaken for your typical bacon cheeseburger from afar, but a closer look reveals the glaze of a fried Krispy Kreme donut.

This is a fast food junkies's dream. Believed to be invented by a bar owner in Decatur, Ga., who substituted a donut after running out of hamburger buns, he called it the Luther Burger, after Luther Vandross.

No matter the cost, we must identify the originator of this perfect confection for I am going to nominate him for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution to law enforcement nutrition.
So, if you're at a State Fair in the near future, be sure to pound down a Police Quarter Pounder or two.



Anonymous said...

My personal burger fave is the "Barney Clark Burger", named for the first human to receive an artificial heart.

It's a bacon double cheeseburger with a fried egg on board.

sig94 said...

IHOP serves that, a bacon cheeseburger with a fried egg and it is absolutely delicious. I have had it a few times but un view of my coronary plumbing, not very often.