Thursday, August 7, 2008

the "hamburger hamburger"

Empirical investigation confirms that, while the namesake of the famous food may indeed be a city, it is most certainly not the most famous so named. In fact, the "Hamburger hamburger" proved to be the most revolting specimen of this foodstuff encountered in travels spanning four continents. A dank greasespot on a city-menu otherwise radiant with tasty foodstuffs.

1 comment:

Steven G. Harms said...

The “hamburger of Hamburg” has as its direct parent Steak Tartare, one can't imagine their hamburger to drift too far from the source material.

Ick.