A hamburger is not inherently an exotic food. However, in the hands of the right creative (or crazy) individual, that single slab of meat and two buns can become nothing short of spectacular. Herein lies the importance of the chef. As KoldCast’s resident chefs Ivan and Sergei teach us in their experiments with raw sugar, food is not only what you make of it, but how you make it. In honor of bootstrap cooking, the possibilities of the burger, and our very own Ivan and Sergei, KoldCast presents you with the weirdest and most unique hamburgers on Earth – or at least on the Internet. Just make sure you don’t read the rest of this article on an empty stomach. Enjoy!
Hailing from Butte, Montana, this burger is nutty! Many profess that it’s like eating a sundae topping on a burger…if your Sundae topping consists of mayo and nut clusters.
Simply put, it’s a burger crossed with grilled cheese. This heart attack-worthy burger originates from the Mossy Creek Cafe in Fisherville, Virginia.
The CCC stands for the Chili Cheeseburger of Champions. Yes, it’s a challenge even to look at it. Can your body easily metabolize over four thousand calories of chili-cheeseburger goodness?
Marketed primarily to German campers (thanks, Germany), this cheeseburger is absolutely portable, perfectly round, and well-preserved.
Sounds quite sophisticated, no? If your two favorite foods are hamburger and pizza, you’re in business.
Got dumped? Lost your job? Just want to eat something that will make you feel like a million, fat-laden bucks? A hamburger pie makes
everything better. Except, you know, your cholesterol.
This variant on the doughnut burger is a favorite of Luther Vandross. Take some glazed Krispy Kremes and use them as the bun of your burger. It’s an ingenious way to make a burger better/fattier! Graciously brought to our attention by the blog Nobody Puts Baby In a Horner.
Even in Scotland, deep frying is sacred. Sacred enough for a burger? Yes!
How did they come up with this hybrid name? Well, let’s see: It’s a cake. It’s vegan. It’s shaped like a burger. Vegan burger cake! It’s a great meal for all your friends who threw carnivorism to the wind.
Who’s raving about it? Burger lovers in San Mateo. The “Rave” Burger towers enough fried onions to earn the distinction “culinary skyscraper!”
And if “Rave” wasn’t tall enough or unhealthy enough for you, how about the cheesescraper! It’s like a meat surprise amidst miles of cheese and some bun thrown in for good measure. Save room for fries!
Like sweet more than salty? Don’t want to upset your burger-loving friends with your lack of burger zealotry? Then enjoy these burgers in disguise!
This burger should come with a Surgeon General’s warning. We lost count of the number of patties in this thing. We’re not sure of its precise origin – it looks vaguely like the work of a crazed In-and-Out customer – but we’re pretty sure it’s from another planet!
What? I feel like this burger might slither away before I can eat it. Leeds is the proud home of this sausage-inspired monstrosity.
Though this burger might look standard, guess again. The patty is literally bacon ground up and re-fried to create the ultimate in bacon-tastic deliciousness. Throw on some pepperjack cheese and you have yourself a good ol’ fashion cardiac arrest.
Yes, that’s sarcasm. This poor waitress-dressed-as-nurse must be struggling to hold that thing up. And as a waitress-nurse (I’d like to see your credentials, ma’am) she has the ability to both heal and destroy with this 6,000 calorie monolith! Cheers to your health!
Can’t decide between a cheesesteak and a burger? Well, Primanti Brothers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has a solution. It’s an ode to excess: beef patties, tomatoes, French fries, provolone, sweet and sour coleslaw and two hunks of bread all wrapped in wax paper. Do we even need a burger patty anymore?
A nerd and a burger lover? This one’s for the old-school Nintendo lover in all of us. Graciously brought to you by GeekoLogie.com.
I almost hurled all over my screen when I found this gem of origin unknown. Meat wrapped in meat over cheese. Plus, look at the outside stuff!
Courtesy of Steve Mallie of Southgate, Michigan. The Guinness Book of World Records officially declared it the biggest burger with its weight of 185 lbs!
Eating the Barfood Burger is like playing a game of Jenga with beef, bacon, and onion rings. Not exactly meant for polite company.
Torn between processed fish and processed beef? Try this McDonalds fish sandwich and a Big Mac with extra tartar, cheese and a bun. It gives a new definition to the term “mystery meat.”
Literally, it’s a bite! And, it comes with a thimble of cola and fries to floss your teeth. This homemade creation holds the unofficial record for being the cutest burger to grace the pages of the Internet.
Harry Sperl, nicknamed by his friends “Hamburger Harry,” loved both hamburgers and Harley Davidsons. So he did what any burger/motorcycle enthusiast would do. He created a burger-cycle. The attention to detail is pretty incredible. Is it edible? No. But it takes diesel.