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Did anyone see the glazed donut burger with bacon and fried egg?

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It was on you guessed it, Paula Deen. It was a repeat but new to me. Not my taste actually I found it awful. I am surprised she didn't slather it with mayo, bread it and deep fry it, the gag reflex would have kicked in.

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    1. there's also a Major League ballpark that does this using Krispy Cream donut as the bun.
      and i want one now.

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      1. re: ScubaSteve

        Partly inspired by the Deen creation, I walked into my local Tim Horton's/Wendy restaurant and put together what I called the Glazed Bacon Burger. Two honey dip donuts for the top and bottom, with the innards of a Wendy's Baconator. It was actually pretty good. The sweetness worked well with the bacon and meat, but ended up being really rich.

        Check it out on my blog - http://bit.ly/bjXPVg

        1. re: raidar

          Close but no cigar. Bacon has to be choco-dipped. Back to Tim's...

      2. Should come with a "family pac" of stents and a big jar of Lipitor:

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luther_B...

        1. I saw that...and it wasn't as bad as what I saw today: a casserole of white bread, sliced boiled ham, bananas, cream, eggs and crushed potato chips. WTF is that combination of crap doing on a cooking show? I decided right then and there that the FN is dead to me and whoever produced that paula dean segment should be run out of the network on a rail...a reak LOW for cooking shows.

          Fn potato chips and bananas and ham...gross.

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            1. re: nolapark

              As cooking shows grope for new schticks--and eyeballs--I keep thinking a show inspired by Ernest Mickler's low-brow classic ,"White Trash Cooking, " will surface, one that would make Paula Dean look like Martha Stewart.