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Krispy Kreme burgers at the Ex..Who's has/gonna try one?

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  1. Whew! Gotta have a grudge against your arteries to whoof back those babies! Makes the Double Down look like a Jenny Craig entre!

    But really, petek, it's just a riff on the "Luther Burger." The original is still the greatest!

    http://gotsmile.net/45/luther-burger

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    1. re: Kagemusha

      Ha! Plus just the thought of going to the Ex makes me gag.Still haven't tryed the Double Down yet.

      1. re: Kagemusha

        Wholly crap! Are those Luther burgers for real or are they photo shopped?

        1. re: petek

          Real deal, dude. Good thing Lipitor's now available as a generic!

      2. This is going on north of the border? Thought you people up there had more sense than many of my compatriots here in the U.S.

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        1. re: pikawicca

          truth is, nobody here can come up with their own damn idea so we steal popular things from the US, like deep fried butter, and others. I think the dudes from Epic Mealtime should create an awesome food item. IF you havent seen their stuff, watch them on Youtube, like the 140000 calorie burger!

        2. Id be tempted,just to try it, but Im not sure. My only worry(lol) is if the burger patty itself is homemade or some cheap frozen puck, that and how much does it cost(any more than $10 and its a bit too much lol)

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          1. re: jmarcroyal

            Worth it just to get a shot of anyone eating one.

            1. re: Kagemusha

              There was a picture of that burger in the Globe and Mail about a week ago. Hurry down and you may see texsquared eating one!

              http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/n...

              1. re: foodyDudey

                Nah, I'll wait until they make the KK burger with Five Guys meat and cheese inside :-)

                I agree with the above, the Epic Meal Time guys should have a booth in the Food Building or a truck in the midway, just recreate some of their outrageous things (like the 84 egg sandwich) and cut those into normal-serving-sized pieces you can buy....

                1. re: TexSquared

                  Ill settle for something incredibly epic made with like 100 pounds of bacon, hell, Id take Bacon Wrapped Krispy Kreme donuts over the burger.

                  They should bacon wrap everything, like the waffles and ice cream, imagine that! It would be like a "Baconed Alaska". (term coined here if not already created!).

                  Those guys do need to come here, although I think they did an episode at Stockyards didnt they?

                    1. re: Kagemusha

                      iirc, Epic Meal Time did these too.

          2. And what is a "deep-fried cola"??

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            1. re: Teep

              Batter made with Cola. Deep Fried..

            2. Didn't try one - couldn't bear the thought of all those artery clogging calories! However, I did see a massive line up outside the Epic booth for people dying (pun intended) to try it.

              jmarcroyal - the burger is $8.

              teep - deep fried cola looks like brown worms that I guess are the "cola". Didn't try it but the stall was also selling deep fried balls containing slushies/slurpees. Not appealing enough for me. Saw someone eating the deep-fried oreos and she said they were great. As I'm not an oreo fan, I went for the deep fried mars bar instead! (Seemed there were a lot more choices this year - snickers, twix, pop-tarts, twinkies...!)

              Speaking of deep-fried, on the savory side, I saw the mac and cheese stall selling (surprise...) deep fried mac and cheese. It sounded intriguing until I watched them through the glass deep frying the stuff and it just looked way too greasy for me to stomach. Interesting concept though.

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              1. re: bluefirefly

                Reggies on King West has been selling deep fried mac n cheese since they opened a few years ago. I've never tried it - so no report.

                1. re: justsayn

                  The deep fried mac at the ex was pretty good last year if it's the same booth in the food building.

                  Both Reggies and Zelda's have been selling dee fried mac n cheese for awhile now. Both of their versions are kind of meh. They taste lke a processed frozen product from Sysco. The version at The Ex was much better.

                  1. re: abigllama

                    I'm fairly sure McCain supplies restaurants with some sort of deep fried mac & cheese product so you are likely right about that.

                    I love burgers and I love Krispy Kreme originals when hot but the two together just hold zero appeal to me. Not so much gross as mismatched and uninteresting. But who knows, I'd maybe take a bite of someone's and see... I suppose.

                    1. re: magic

                      Thanks to all for the correction. My diet is generally a healthy one (excluding the once a year indulgence at the Ex) so I don't normally keep an eye out for mac and cheese, deep fried or otherwise!