Amping up their popular Double Down, KFC Korea has outed this special edition Double Down that sandwiches a hamburger patty, bacon and cheese between two chicken patty “buns.” No word on if we’ll see this heartstopper stateside.
The Type Sandwiches series, a typographic series of food created using only color and the Helvetica font, is part of David Schwen’s MSCED project and was inspired by his original Burgervetica design.
Conan O’Brien answers Facebook fan questions. This Q&A is all about sandwiches, and how to make his favorite sammie, dubbed “The Conan.” We’re surprised KFC hasn’t started making these yet.
5 layers of fried chicken skin, American cheese and bacon, slapped on a bun. The Skinwich appears to be a hoax, but it’s only a matter of time before KFC finds a new way to fatten us up for the kill.
The trend of artery-clogging “extreme junk food” continues at your neighborhood Denny’s, with this grilled cheese sammie loaded with fried mozzarella sticks. Why didn’t they deep-fry the whole thing?
Besting the paltry previous record of 185.8 pounds, Canadian chef Ted Reader created this insane 590 lb hamburger from 307 lbs of beef, 100 lbs of bread, 20 lbs of lettuce, and 150 lbs of condiments.
Go to McDonald’s at around 10:35 in the morning. Buy an Egg McMuffin and a McDouble, then take the bacon and egg from the McMuffin and put it on the McDouble. Boom! Super sandwich.
Just in time for your arteries to unclog from KFC’s Double Down, Friendly’s has outed this insanity – a cheeseburger stacked inside two grilled cheese sandwiches. At least it’s not deep fried – yet.
This ridiculous creation from KFC does away with that pesky bread, sandwiching two slices of bacon and Monterey Jack cheese between two deep-fried chicken filets. Clog your arteries starting 4/12.
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