The biggest hamburger in the world, again
For some time now, records for the world's largest hamburger have appeared in the news, time and again. Right here En Directo al Paladar, a long time ago we told you about exaggeratedly large hamburgers like the one made in Thailand on the occasion of the celebration of the accession to the throne of King Bhumidol in 2006, later that year we told you about a hamburger of cheese of 105 pounds (approx. 48 kilos), made in a place in the State of New Jersey in the United States that set a record that was beaten in 2007 at Denny's Beer Barrel Pub in Clearfield, Pennsylvania, with a hamburger weighing 123 pounds (almost 56 kilos).
Yes, now there is a new record and this time, the new largest hamburger in the world weighs 134 pounds (almost 61 kilograms) and was made in a place called Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar, in Southgate.
Below you can see a video of the moment when they released the hamburger that has broken the Guinness record as the largest in the world, for now ...
According to the news, the hamburger will soon be on the menu of the place for a price of US $ 350, will anyone dare to order it?
Via | Slashfood Photo | BRIAN KAUFMAN / Detroit Free Press More information | Freep.com Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar
Share The biggest hamburger in the world, again