It's a "No Disrespect" from BBNT in Melbourne. Camera used was a Canon 50D, with a 17-35 f/2.8L lens. Photo was taken at 35mm, f/2.8 @ 1/250s and ISO 100 -Tharaka Pathirage

LG Voyager cell phone 2.0mp. we call it the "McGangBang". step1: purchase a Mcdouble cheese burger from mcdonalds. step2: purchase a mcchicken sandwich from mcdonalds. step3: place the entire mcchicken sandwich between the 2 pattys of the double cheeseburger. optional step4: add sweet and sour sauce. conclusion: the best bang for your buck from mcdonalds at $2.12 -Jason Scofi

This is a Pat's King of Steaks Original Cheese Steak from the heart of Philadelphia. Taken w/ a Nikon D60 f/7.1, 1/200sec shutter, ISO-200. In Philly we just call them "Steaks" and this is one of the most delicious you can find. -Brad Fitzpatrick

Needed to eat some real food after getting out of class at 8pm. We decided on going to In-and-Out Burger to eat some meat. By the way, see the droplets all over the tray from? That's not water... It's grease. *gasp* Delicious nonetheless. Photo was post-processed in Adobe Photoshop CS3, just curves and color balance to make it pop. EXIF data: Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T1i; Lens: Sigma 30mm f/1.4; Shutter Speed: 1/30 sec; Aperture: f/2.8; Focal Length: 30mm -Isabell Lin

i took this shot of some nice five guys stuff. you know its good
because you can almost see through the bag. i used a d90 with a 35f1.8 lens, and a table lamp set back and to the left of the pile. d-ligting was on, and picture control was standard with one click extra saturation. -Seth Kirkendall

8 Bigmacs. Two SB-800 speedlights and on-camera flash (nikon CLS kicks ass) Nikon D80 I think at 1/125 f/5.6. Fast enough to shoot hand-held before it would tip over. The macs are skewered with two wooden kebab skewers to a piece of plasticine (unfortunately visible). Some photoshop curves and black and white mixing. -Zach Slootsky

This photo was taken at my son's school cafeteria. We had lunch together. It was abysmal. Jello was good though. I snapped this photo with my Verizon HTC Touch. Basic settings. My technique was to hold back the vomit before I barfed on my phone. -Robbie Amburgey

Local Döner Kebab place. Used a Nikon D300 and Sigma 24mm f/1.8 lens, no flash, plenty of beer, 4 drops of fire. -IceBone

For this, I used a handheld Canon G10 with a mounted 430EX Speedlite with a diffuser cap on, pointed straight at the ceiling. I set the shutter at 1/250 and the aperture at 3.2 with an ISO of 400. But enough of the boring photo shit. I cooked some 89/11 ground sirloin tip over a medium flame in a cast-iron grill pan. While doing that, I toasted the poppy seed buns under the broiler while cooking 3 rashers of Boar's Head thick-cut bacon over a medium-high flame on a cast-iron griddle. The bottom patty is resting on two rings of Bermuda onion and two Belgian endive leaves and is topped with local New York made Cheddar which is also flavored with Frank's Red Hot (used for making Buffalo wings). The top patty is resting on two of the rashers of bacon and is topped with Danish Roquefort, two slices of organic vine-ripened tomato, another slice of Bermuda onion and California avocado. The mustard is Grey Poupon; the ketchup is Heinz 57. The martini is made with Plymouth English Gin and Stock Extra Dry Vermouth. -OMG! Ponies!

This 1/3 burger from Fuddruckers was dressed with jalapeno peppers, gooey liquid hot cheese and Bold and Spicy A1 Steak Sauce (in photo). To the side is an impromptu salad made from the "Produce Bar," dressed with honey mustard sauce and Heinz Malt Vinegar. Fudd spice wedge cut fries complete the meal. This photo was shot with a 3GS iPhone and slightly optimized with Aperture. Ambient light was used. There were no other adjustments or devices used for the shot. -Eric Taylor

"Corporate Lunch Time Escape 2"; Canon T1i; Kit 18-55mm f/4-5.6 lens; F/22.6; ISO 1600; 1/125 sec; Cropped in Picassa -Eric C

Shot with: Canon EOS 5D; 100mm f/2.8 Macro; 400 ISO, f/16; Alien Bee 800 in 18X24 softbox high left, slightly behind subject; Triggered with Pocket Wizards. To me, this is proper fast food. Came from my local supermarket, but made from high-quality, fresh ingredients you won't get at Burger King. -Ben Zvan

From left, clockwise: Hummus with tkhina, fried eggplants and falafels, pittas, extra falafel balls and pickles. The traditional accompanying drink - industrialized grapefruit juice - not in picture. Photo info: Canon 40d camera, Canon 85 1.8 lens (1/200, F/8), assisted by two flashes: an LP120 on 1/4 power to high-right of picture, and a Canon 580 EXII on 1/4 power slightly above and left of picture, pointed at the hummus, with a snoot on it for good measure. Overkill, probably, but hey. -Yossi Gurvitz

lunch from a restaurant called fastacos. taken on my iphone 3 -Don Francis

"Food" photos from whistle-stop work/fun trip this week in Seoul and Taipei. Shot using a Nikon D40, kit 18-55 lens and a 50mm 1.8 prime. -Nik Daum

Alright, I don't have a fancy camera to take nice pictures with. Just my aging Helio Ocean*. I thought I'd submit my photo anyhow because it comes from my favorite burger joint and is amazing. In the attached photo we have a honey glazed hamburger that uses, for each bun, a whole grilled cheese sandwich with 2 kinds of cheese, 2 strips of bacon and fried onions. I ate the whole thing despite many arguments from my digestive tract. It's from The Nook in St. Paul Minnesota and is their burger of the month. It's fast food because by the time I got home, it was already ready to leave my body. -Race Vidman

My favorite fast food lunch is chicken flautas with hot chili sauce from Alicia's in Boonville CA. Camera used: LG Voyager Titanium taken 11-2-09; 2.0 mega pixel on auto settings. Not bad for a cel phone camera. -McKrush

Had 5 Guys for lunch with one of my teammates. Took it on my first-generation iPhone - nothing fancy. Contents: Little bacon cheeseburger w/ pickles and sauteed mushrooms and onions...oh - and a heap o' fries. Location: 5 Guys Burgers and Fries - Atlanta, GA -Candace Hall

Nikon D-80; AF-s NIKKOR 35 mm 1:1.8G, ISO 1600, F 5.6, 1/60, shot above right in apt at desk. I got home and noticed my Double was a Single and in the midst of reading Gizmodo for lunch I thought this was a fitting submission. -Michael Townsend

The Coburg Cafe's monster burger. Regular sized burger on top for size reference; 1 lb. hamburger, ham, bacon, swiss & american, on an 8" bun w/all the fixins' -Trask Blueribbon

"The Diet Starts Tomorrow" hot dog from The Dog in Nashville, Tenn. (deep-fried frank, wrapped in bacon, smothered in cheese). Notice how the flash shows how the deep-frying causes the hotdog to shrivel. Camera: My sister's Canon PowerShot SD630; Settings: It was under patio with very poor lighting. F-stop 2.8; 1/60 exposure; ISO auto -Brian Koonce

Sorry I didn't know how to rename the picture my name is jeff Palmer. My gizmodo user name is palmer74. This is what I have every Monday for lunch. It's Mexican chicken soup with chips and a white cheese dip. It's from a hole in the wall called Taco Rock -Jeff Palmer

Took this with my iPhone so 2/f and yeah. This was lunch and it is now gone. This picture should win since it tasted so good. -Steve Kalina

delicious mushroom avocado burger -Oliver Liebig