October 11, 2011 Leave a comment
Found by Jason K. of Santa Clarita at “some fair”, here is a neat looking Burger Wooden Idol Statue.
Burgers are everywhere. ()
September 9, 2011 Leave a comment
Found online by MayLynn, here is a great recipe for Juicy Lucy Hamburger Cupcakes!
From Rock Ur Party:
We all know there’s nothing better than a burger. Unless it’s a Juicy Lucy, which one-ups a regular burger as it is two patties stuffed with a hot gooey, cheesy center (Beware: That first bite can be dangerous!). It sounds odd to the uninitiated, but the Juicy Lucy is truly a burger graduated to the proverbial next level.
So it’s easy to see then, how the new Fun-da-middle cupcakes, with their ingenious creamy filling, could take the Burger CUPCAKE to a completely new and previously unimagined realm. The “Juicy Lucy” Burger Cupcake is everything that you would expect in its less-adorned bretheren – a faux “bun” studded with sesame seeds and a stylized application of various icings and colored coconut for visual tomfoolery. The filling adds both the “juicy” and the “lucy”! So let’s ask the question a different way – what could be more fun than a tiny burger cupcake? A “Juicy Lucy” Burger Cupcake, that’s what!
Check out the full site with detailed instructions here:
[Image: Rock Ur Party]
September 7, 2011 Leave a comment
The Los Angeles Tanabata Festival was recently held down in Little Tokyo.
Tanabata (七夕?, meaning “Evening of the seventh”) is a Japanese star festival, originating from the Chinese Qixi Festival. It celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi (represented by the stars Vega and Altair respectively).
While walking by, we came across this super cool Tanabata Hamburger decoration, which we were informed, was one of the winners.
June 12, 2011 Leave a comment
If knives and burgers were really best friends, one wouldn’t stab the other with itself. (Found by J)
Available from the Best Friends Forever series, but blind boxed, so you’ll have to get lucky, although the other ones are pretty cool too:
June 7, 2011 Leave a comment
“What happens when the hamburger on your hat looks much better than the hamburger you’re eating?
Predictably, East Village favorite gift and t-shirt store Alphabets (115 Avenue A, 212-475-7250) has been accumulating food-themed gag gifts over the last couple of years. But do you really want to give one of these to your foodie friends, who’d probably prefer a paring knife or handsome pot holder?”
See the full article here:
June 6, 2011 Leave a comment
Awesome 2″x2″ mini oil painting of a cheeseburger sent in by Noah.
From the Cupcake Manor Art Etsy site:
“This is the cutest little cheeseburger around! This teeny burger is loaded with cheese, lettuce, and tomato. Delicious! Painted white background. “
Buy it here:
June 1, 2011 Leave a comment
Yara is part of a 365 Creative Creations project and for Day 100, she created these yummy looking “burgers”.
See more and follow here progress here: http://www.projectyara.com/2011/04/365cc-day-100-100/
May 26, 2011 Leave a comment
Would you eat a cheeseburger from a can?
“Cheeseburgers in a can. Can be taken on every trip but we not suggest you live of them!! Easy to prepare by simply heating the tin in water, take the lid off and enjoy or alternatively heat up in the frying pan, too. With juicy beef, tasty cheese, fried onions, cucumber, mustard and ketchup.
We have tasted these and they are edible, like most ready meals they are not as good as the real thing but if you are stuck on a hill somewhere or snowed in they will suffice. They are not big enough on there own to be one meal, you will need either a couple or something else to go with it. Enjoy! “
Thanks Emily, for sending this by.
January 10, 2011 Leave a comment
This “Found Burger” was sent in by my friend Bev from Palo Alto. She writes:
“oh yeah – and i’ve been meaning to send you this pic, too. taken in
dan’s parents’ hotel room. it’s an internet cable keeper that looks
just like a burger, no? =)”
Perhaps it wasn’t intended to, but it totally does look like a burger. Thanks Bev!
Remember, send in those burger photos to everythingburger “at” gmail.com and they will be featured here. ()