Minnesota casino makes a 1-ton cheeseburger, feeds it to hungry onlookers

Last Sunday, at Black Bear Casino in Minnesota, Guinness World Records named a new world-record for biggest burger. The casino’s culinary creation was made of buns and a patty that had to be flipped with a crane and contained 60 pounds of bacon, 50 pounds of lettuce, 50 pounds of onions, 40 pounds of pickles and 40 pounds of cheese. In its entirety, the burger weighed in at 2,014 pounds.

Immediately after it was fully prepared and the representative from Guinness World Records had signed off on it, the burger was sliced and served to the hundreds of people who had watched it all come together…

(via Black Bear Casino, News.com.au)

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4 responses to “Minnesota casino makes a 1-ton cheeseburger, feeds it to hungry onlookers”

  1. Stevie says:

    Aqua Teen did it first.

  2. Buck says:

    You must be so proud of your state, Abraham!

  3. Samuel says:

    Mickey: I don’t think the disparaging remarks about the hamburger nor the mid-Westerners was necessary, but I agree that they should have gathered needy people. The damn things weighs over 2000 lb, you could easily feed 2000+ people with that. I wonder how much went to waste.

  4. MickeyMouse says:

    Wow that’s one nasty-ass looking hamburger. I wonder how many cows it took.Why not feed it to some homeless/needy people instead of a bunch of overweight mid-Westerners and well-to-do college students?

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