How About a Hamburger With Slices of Pepperoni Pizza for the “Bun?”

February 13, 2014 at 11:03 AM 1 comment

A lot of people are spending a lot of time coming up with the most outrageously fatty foods imaginable.  Here’s the latest entry:

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The professional stunt-burger makers at Philadelphia’s PYT — who have deep-fried everything from twinkes to lasagna in an effort to rid the world of its normal hamburger bun problem — are back at it. This time around, PYT owner Tommy Up heads to the grocery freezer case for a couple slices of Ellio’s Pizza (pepperoni flavor), which are breaded, deep-fried, and used for buns.


I don’t think this puppy is complete without three or four slices of bacon. ;)



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  • 1. Tim Truett  |  February 13, 2014 at 11:32 AM

    I’d call it an awfully new low on an old theme.
    In the north of Italy, pizza is but one variant style of focaccia, an Italian style of bread. Using it to make sandwiches has been done for many years. Next time you’re in San Francisco visit Mario’s Cigar Store on Columbus Ave for a grilled chicken (or burger) on focaccia. It’s great!

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