The ‘Pie-Scraper’ Burger Has 30,000 Calories, Enjoy!

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For those of you in the New York City area celebrating Burger Week you may want to head to the United Kingdom to truly master a burger of epic proportions. While we’re sure most the burgers in New York City this week are “luxury” burgers with expensive ingredients on them, the ‘Pie-Scraper’ burger is just brute force. Period.

John Clarkson of Mister Eater’s Fish and Chips decided to create a mammoth burger that makes all other burgers look like a McDonald’s Happy Meal. The beauty of the dominating tall burger is that it has a meal at each level of the 10 burger patties. Some of the meals within those ten burgers are: spaghetti bolognese, meat and potato pie, pepperoni pizza and more. It’s actually pretty ridiculous – not sure I would dare attempt this thing.

The burger itself measures in at 5 feet, 4 inches tall making it only 2-inches shorter than Clarkson himself. The beast took over two-hours to assemble with his wife. It’s been declared the World’s Tallest Burger, but has not been certified by the Guinness Book of World Records just yet. Perhaps we should also inform you that the burger totals more than 30,000 calories. The good news about that is it’s about 10 meals so that’s nothorrible right?

Image via Mister Eaters Fish and Chips


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