Oh man, this week's French-inspired Pornburger is making me drool real bad: I drooled when I saw the picture. I drooled when I read the ingredients—I'm dying to try the bone marrow onion jam. I just can't stop drooling, really.
Seeing Chef Maxime Bilet talk about how the Modernist Cuisine created the most ultimate hamburger in this entire world makes me cry happy meat tears. Everything was scientifically considered, from the fluffy bun and lab made cheese to the sous-viding and cryofrying process. I'll go vegetarian for you, baby.
Dave Arnold is the Director of Technology for the French Culinary Institute—basically, he develops the gear that makes the craziest chefs' most ridiculous dreams come true. And this is his burger of the future.
What better way to clean that dusty screen than rubbing it down with a cheeseburger? If a cheeseburger isn't your thing, how about a donut, piece of cake, cookies or a BLT?
Designed for high-end restaurants, the "Chompr" hamburger grasping device concept ensures that your delicate hands never actually come in contact with the bun—only elegant walnut and polished aluminum.
Does art imitate life or does life imitate art? That's one of many, many questions that arose in my mind when I saw this art exhibit in France that's made up of 10,000 "Canburgers." And no, these aren't just purchased from the place we found the originals in, they were specially commissioned by the artist, Mike…