Duck is delicious. Fatty and rich and more flavorful and tongue punchy than chicken in every single way that I’m drooling over this duck burger topped with duck confit, pickled red cabbage, gruyere cheese and drizzled in hoisin sauce. It’s like if America and Asia and France teamed up to make a burger without beef.
I've spent almost a month out of the US eating the most delicious things, but right now all I want to put in my mouth is this delicious pornburger: Smokey shiitake mushrooms, caramelized onions, kimchi thousand island dressing, seared beef patty, swiss, and a couple of crispy root vegetable latkes as buns. Maximum…
This week's Pornburger is a French inspired sandwich with a parmesan cronut in lieu of the classic bun, beef marrow french onion dip—which I'm sure is to die for—cornichon relish, and black peppered bacon.
I always feel guilty eating plain double cheeseburgers at Shake Shack, but after seeing the Tower Cheeseburger by Korean-Japanese fast food chain Lotteria, I won't anymore. These people are crazy. And the real thing even looks crazier than this beauty marketing shot:
Holy crap, look at this thing. Believe it or not, this delicious vision is a real life McDonald's burger ordered by some dude in Australia, not a marketing photo. It is one of their new gourmet burgers that you can fully customize using a cool touchscreen app. Check it out:
The Pornburger of the week might not have the appearance of a proper burger, but who cares when it's so delicious: A gorgeous braised lamb patty, sauced with lamb demi glace, stuffed inside a golden yorkshire pudding, and topped with potato and parsnip gratin, crispy onion rings, and mustard caviar.
These burgers are not made of human flesh—but they taste like human flesh. That's what chef James Tomlinson and food inventor Miss Cakehead say. They developed the recipe using the description from cannibals like William Seabrook—a journalist who cooked human meat provided by a hospital intern at the Sorbonne.
Jamie Oliver's burger is insane in many ways. First its name: Insanity Burger. Then the picture, I started dribbling from the moment I saw the thumbnail. And finally because the way it's cooked. I couldn't describe it better than the guys at Serious Eats:
*OK, not really, but that's what they look like to me. In reality, PornBurger's Fugazim is not made of dragon or unicorn parts. Not even meat, it's just "crispy brussel sprouts, shallot confit, and black garlic aioli." But they seem delicious, even if they are a vegan burger sacrilege.
To no one's surprise, Burger King's all black burger looks like a disgusting turd in real life. Actually, it might be even worse than some turds. It looks like it tastes like ash. It looks like it's made from burnt cardboard. It looks like it'll bring death to anyone who dare eats it.
I want this for breakfast today, tomorrow, and everyday for the rest of my life: A coffee rubbed beef patty, covered in creamy pumpkin aioli, caramelized onion, pumpkin spice duck bacon, tomato, and cilantro and baby arugula salad.
The Basque Country is the culinary center of the world. Not only for its many gastronomical temples—like Martín Berasategui, Arzak, Zuberoa, or Azurmendi—but for the infinite amount of places where they prepare amazing plates—and pintxos. The Inglorious Basque-ard Burger is Pornburger's homage to the latter.
A toasted English muffin stuffed with seasoned grass fed beef and pork sausage patty, whipped avocado cream, crispy chile ancho rubbed carnitas, purple cabbage slaw and smoky grilled pineapple butter. Get two sunny side up eggs on the side and some fries and you'll have the perfect brunch.
Slow roasted lamb belly slathered in hot strawberry harissa sauce, balanced by a cool tarragon green goddess, grass-fed beef patty, and a schmear of fresh goat chèvre. All of that inside a toasted brioche bun. I'm literally salivating right now.
Corn dogs? Not a fan. A corn dog-inspired burger-on-a-stick made of "pickled beef frank and a slice of crispy pork belly, sandwiched between two smash-cooked beef patties, dipped in a jalapeño, whole kernel corn batter, fried, and drizzled with honey"?
The Foie-ck A Duck, ladies and gentlemen: "Sous vide duck breast, encrusted in a smattering of peppercorns, smothered in a foie gras cognac cream sauce, and feathered with freshly sliced summer truffle." I'm drooling so much right now—really, actual drool just came out of my mouth. I want this so badly.