londonarbuckle wrote:I'm very conflicted on whether I should be disgusted by burgers that look like that. This is an uncomfortable feeling.
Pardon my foreign ignorance, but how are you supposed to eat these tall burgers that seem to be a thing in the States without it turning into a digusting, undignified mess?
Well, this is kind of like the haute couture
of hamburgers. Or if you prefer, the FIA Group B of hamburgers. A Nearly unlimited class that produced marvels, but in practice, an unsustainable mess.
such creations were never meant to be consumed, they must be admired and lusted after from afar!
You could squash it flat and cram it in
:twilight: use a fork and explore it from the top down, scientifically!
you dorks paid $14 for a hamb-
expertly crafted black bean burger made from single source organic heirloom beanz on a gluten free bun with a side of artisanal kale
The hipsters working this joint won't judge you!