So we are all used to the original burger, but I have been searching for the world’s most bizarre burgers and I have gathered a variety of the most extreme and craziest creations. Every culture has their distinct style of cooking and flavoring their meats, but messing with the burger is the ultimate challenge. This blog is for the freakiest and toughest burger maniacs.
The Black Burger
The visionary sense plays a huge role when it comes to deciding what we would or would not eat. But not in this case! The Burger King in Japan has come up with the black Burger. This burger is black as the night, from its burger buns, to the ketchup until the cheese. It’s a truly amazing and freaky looking food, but why not, we eat with our mouths and not our eyes right? This burger has made it across the media as one of the world’s must-see takes on a western style of cooking. In Japan its obvious they aren’t afraid to go above and beyond to get a shock on the faces of their hungry customers.
The Noodle Burger
If you like to try out the most bizarre combinations and creations of foods, the Noodle Burger is the right thing for you. This crazy recipe is based on Asian cuisine. It is for sure not an ordinary burger, yet it has the potential to internationally grow and be served worldwide. The reason for this is that it is not too far from a regular burger, and it contains the crunchiness that a regular burger bun does not have. Instead of ketchup the sweat-sour sauce and the fresh chives make this burger a fantastic alternative.
The Holy Cow Burger
When it comes to eating a beef burger, this is the ‘’beefiest’’ burger on the planet. The holy cow is made from an entire cow, from the nose, ears and tail until the tongue. For many this can be quite extreme, but for others it’s the bee’s knees, literally (were not sure WHAT isn’t inside this colossal burger) . This burger, although a difficulty to eat represents the true nose to tail experience of beef.
The Glam Burger
This burger is the most expensive burger in the world. The bun is served in gold pates, and can be found in no other place in the world than London. This burger is 1,100 pounds per deliciousness and is truly a meal for a burger lover. Who else dedicates a salary for a few bites of a gold burger? This burger is made with fine, in store curated black truffle brie cheese, Canadian lobster and Kobe beef with gold sprinkled and cooked all over it. It will make your mouth salivate, your eyes amazed and your wallet cry.
With of the worlds most intriguing cooking styles, and the simplicity of the burger, no wonder that people have taken it to far places. The simple burger has gone from the grill to the gold in just a few years of popularity; we wonder how far it will go. Make sure to stay tuned to next weeks blogs for more inspiration, salivation and an entrance into the world of burgers. Bon Appetite!