This is probably an unnecessary use of genius but I won’t deny the awesomeness of turning a taco into a vehicle for hamburgers and fries. That is, the fries become the taco shell that holds the burger food together. The form of a taco is nearly perfect and the taste of a hamburger is unbeatable (it is true vice versa…
The end is here. The pinnacle has been reached. Gimmicky hamburger buns no longer need to exist. Stop creating. Because nothing will ever top The Vulgar Chef’s French Fry Burger Bomb because it makes a bun out of french fries, the hamburger’s natural mouth slush and womb co-inhabitant.
Our beloved burgers needed eight centuries to evolve from the raw meat Mongolian soldiers kept under their saddles, to the grilled juicy beauties we enjoy inside a bun nowadays. This excerpt of The History of the Hamburger, a documentary by National Geographic, explains that evolution.
McDonald's struck first with its dedicated french fry holders, but Burger King's new Hands Free Whopper Holder has dramatically raised the bar when it comes to making fast food even more convenient. At this rate of innovation, in a few years we won't even have to chew our combo meals anymore.
Seeing Chef Maxime Bilet talk about how the Modernist Cuisine created the most ultimate hamburger in this entire world makes me cry happy meat tears. Everything was scientifically considered, from the fluffy bun and lab made cheese to the sous-viding and cryofrying process. I'll go vegetarian for you, baby.
Over at Williams-Sonoma, a meat-gizmo beyond your wildest dreams is being sold for just $12. It lets you make stuffed burger patties using any meat and filling. ANY. You know what to do, carnivores. [Williams-Sonoma via Uncrate]
Not quite a true tube steak, not quite a hot dog, the Ham Dogger does one thing and one thing only—it molds your hamburger meat into a hot dog shape. But that's not as stupid as it sounds.