It’s like a heart attack on a bun…

except there’s no bun.

This is perhaps the most insane “sandwich” I have ever seen. A fried chicken patty, 2 slices of cheese, 2 slices of bacon, and another fried chicken patty.  Wow.  Sorry I don’t have much else to say, it is like the Monster Burger of chicken.  My mind is boggled…

What, no pickle?

It’s literally a chicken sandwich.  Soon to be coming to tailgate near you.

(h/t The Agitator)


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6 responses to “It’s like a heart attack on a bun…

  1. Lowcountry Dawg

    Not bad, not bad at all. Maybe even makes the Cholesterol Hall of Fame along side the Bacon Explosion.


  2. Chuck

    One Monster Burger could feed a family in Africa for a week, but it tastes great. I have enjoyed a few of the smaller versions without the bacon. McDonald’s Angus burgers are a pitiful imitation, and probably have as many calories


  3. hodgie

    I don’t comment much but I would like to thank you once again for your wonderful blog. Thanks for the work that you do. Next, this chicken thing probably tastes great and is astronomically caloric. However, the bacon explosion blows this away. This samich is alomost like going for two when you’re up by forty. Contrastingly, the BE has imagination and has a great difficulty of preparation. I know nobody asked me what I thought about this, or cares. I just had to get it off of my chest. Ha! Have a great week.

    PS Will you do a blog on foods like this? I love to try and make them. For the Super Bowl last year I made the BE and it was a hit. Thanks once again for doing a great job!


  4. Keith

    Bacon explosion is truly one of lifes great treasures. I did one last year and can’t wait to do another.


  5. DAve

    You can find many more impressive gastrointestinal delights at

    Take, for example, the Luther Rory, a “one third pound of sirloin topped with two slices of white American cheese, four strips of bacon, peanut butter, between two Krispy Kreme donuts.”

    Also known in some circles as the “Fulmer”.