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(The Vine (Australia))   It's a meal designed to offend. Feast your eyes upon the Douche Burger, a burger made of wagyu beef, topped with foie gras and slathered in three different sauces - jalapeno, lime, mayo   (thevine.com.au) divider line 111
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2013-11-17 07:51:15 PM
I remember veal burgers when I was a child. Top that with some froi grois, a bit of urchin roe and some black truffles...

Now that may offend some, but so what.
 
2013-11-17 07:55:55 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: Gunderson: [www.vegaschatter.com image 399x299]

This is a true doucheburger, but you probably never have heard of it before

"Have you ever eaten Kobe beef? No you haven't! You just paid for "Kobe beef"! In fact you can't even buy Kobe beef in this country, because it's only made in Japan, and it's illegal to import it. So if your local bistro is serving "Kobe sliders", just go across the street to White Castle, because IT'S THE SAME FARKING THING!!"

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/my favorite part, Lewis' response to a guy in a Dunkin Doughnuts commercial misrepresenting the term Artisan, "Well what a surprise, a Trust Fund Hipster talking out of his ass!"


try to keep up.  it's no longer illegal to import Kobe into the US from Japan.
 
2013-11-17 08:22:49 PM

stonelotus: DarkSoulNoHope: Gunderson: [www.vegaschatter.com image 399x299]

This is a true doucheburger, but you probably never have heard of it before

"Have you ever eaten Kobe beef? No you haven't! You just paid for "Kobe beef"! In fact you can't even buy Kobe beef in this country, because it's only made in Japan, and it's illegal to import it. So if your local bistro is serving "Kobe sliders", just go across the street to White Castle, because IT'S THE SAME FARKING THING!!"

[www.takepart.com image 464x321]

/my favorite part, Lewis' response to a guy in a Dunkin Doughnuts commercial misrepresenting the term Artisan, "Well what a surprise, a Trust Fund Hipster talking out of his ass!"

try to keep up.  it's no longer illegal to import Kobe into the US from Japan.


Still doesn't mean it wasn't true at the time (and a hilarious sketch by Lewis Black), and still is true in most restaurants that will try to sell you "Kobe beef" because they don't care about actually being truthful to their customers and only want your money. The Dunkin Donuts sketch still rings true, as well as other places that make bullshait "artisan" claims for their products, not to mention the Trust Fund Hipsters talking out of their ass when they try to sell you on paying $20 or more for a cheeseburger.
 
2013-11-17 08:31:07 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: The burger condiment mish mashing didn't really get that bad till they started doing this with it...



Mainly people who decide to make a bun out of an cheap, bottom of the barrel noodle, which actual poor people (mainly people who are not trust fund Hipsters making a fashion statement) subsist on when money gets tight; while charging out of the ass for it in price, should be skinned in the most ironic fashion.


Waaaaaah, someone wanted to use ramen as a bun, and some people eat ramen for its cheapness rather than its deliciousness. Waaaah
 
2013-11-17 08:39:00 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: The burger condiment mish mashing didn't really get that bad till they started doing this with it...

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Mainly people who decide to make a bun out of an cheap, bottom of the barrel noodle, which actual poor people (mainly people who are not trust fund Hipsters making a fashion statement) subsist on when money gets tight; while charging out of the ass for it in price, should be skinned in the most ironic fashion.


I think the ones that buy that burger deserve to...

/saw some hipsters on a quiz show answering questions about the exact era they claimed to be interested in and it was really apparent that their knowledge of the world was very superficial and they were not as smart as they thought or pretended they were.

They could sneer and diss quite well though but that was it.
 
2013-11-17 08:42:31 PM

Koodz: [upload.wikimedia.org image 850x637]

Wagyuu, eh?  Good luck grinding this.

I loved that the relatively lean Australian beef I could actually stand to eat in Japan was the cheap stuff at the grocery store while everybody paid top dollar for crap I'd have tossed straight in the dog's dish.

Had to relearn how to cook anything with beef in it in America because I got used to mentally estimating that half of it would be gone by the time it cooked.  First time I made some tacos back in Tennessee where I both started and ended with a pound of ground chuck I was confused.


That looks disgusting. Is that what they make lard from?
 
2013-11-17 10:08:17 PM

dready zim: Koodz: [upload.wikimedia.org image 850x637]

Wagyuu, eh?  Good luck grinding this.

I loved that the relatively lean Australian beef I could actually stand to eat in Japan was the cheap stuff at the grocery store while everybody paid top dollar for crap I'd have tossed straight in the dog's dish.

Had to relearn how to cook anything with beef in it in America because I got used to mentally estimating that half of it would be gone by the time it cooked.  First time I made some tacos back in Tennessee where I both started and ended with a pound of ground chuck I was confused.

That looks disgusting. Is that what they make lard from?


TALLOW! We've been over this twice already.
 
2013-11-17 11:21:44 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: ciberido: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: The mayonnaise redeems it.

/god bless mayonnaise

You go to hell.  You go to hell and you die.

If there is no mayo in Heaven, then I'll gladly go to Hell. :)


I think Hell IS mayonnaise.
 
2013-11-18 03:09:53 AM

Hot Lunch: DarkSoulNoHope: The burger condiment mish mashing didn't really get that bad till they started doing this with it...

Mainly people who decide to make a bun out of an cheap, bottom of the barrel noodle, which actual poor people (mainly people who are not trust fund Hipsters making a fashion statement) subsist on when money gets tight; while charging out of the ass for it in price, should be skinned in the most ironic fashion.

Waaaaaah, someone wanted to use ramen as a bun, and some people eat ramen for its cheapness rather than its deliciousness. Waaaah


Did you read what I wrote at all? What am I saying? Of course you didn't! Ramen noodle isn't delicious, it's crap, but it's cheap and is affordable. So what did the Hipsters do in response to this inexpensive product? They molded it into bun form, put a burger in between and now you've got cheap noodles, mashed between a cheap burger, with alot of condiments to hide the flavor, and a 500 % price markup on all the ingredients. Plus the people who make and market crap like this call themselves "foodies" and/or "alternative", when they give you a sneered upper lip when you tell them why it's crap and in their mind "You just don't understand, man!"
 
2013-11-18 06:57:20 AM

Marcus Aurelius: And they probably don't even know their beef is fake


Came here to say that.

If you're not in Japan, it's basically 100% guaranteed that your "wagyu" beef isn't the real thing.   They simply don't export it.
 
2013-11-18 02:48:10 PM
Tr0mBoNe: There's the hole in the wall pub not far from my office that serves a burger where bacon is contained within the patties.

I know what I'm making this weekend.

// do I partially cook the bacon before making the patties, or do I just throw raw bacon in there and cook the whole thing through? On one hand, you want the bacon to be fully cooked, but on the other hand, you want some juice in the burger.
 
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