>You may ask yourself how you hold the PizzBurg without getting cheese on your hands. That's simple. We add two more pizzas, their cheese turned inward towards the PizzBurg. Can I get a diet coke with that, please?
Why make a pizza burger when you can do this?
I remember seeing some pics of this creation a few years ago. It was like two Digiornos pizzas and a handmade massive burger patty between them. They cut it open like a cake. Anyone know what I'm talking about?
It's probably the go to destination for the rare nugg-free day.
>Ronnie. We only had fifteen boxes of nuggets per week. You ordered them all in one day. Truck doesn't come till next week.
>We have other options...
>No...no I'll just go to taco town...
Here, I found it. This isn't the full image, I think the full one had instructions on how to make it.
Damn it. I know I have the full image of that, but I can't fucking find it.
do you ever kinda want a food but also kinda dont? the macatacahodo 360 has me on the name alone, but.. corn shell? hell no
well i guess that'd be okay then, but tomato sauce and a mild cheese don't really go with plain beef to me. they go with a spicy sausage. plain beef goes with a sharp cheese and a tomato sauce with lots of sugar, salt, and vinegar in it (i.e. ketchup)
yknow this is all chemistry. mayo-pickle-onion-mustard-ketchup with cheddarmaybe is a fantastic sauce combo that elevates a nicely grilled piece of plain ground beef into something fantastic.. whereas the delicate layering of tomato, herbs, mozzarella, and maybe onions peppers spicy pork sausage of some kind is what gives pizza its power
as i said, no. you dont put a mild white cheese on a burger, you put a sharp cheese in the cheddar or jack family. and you dont put an herby tomato sauce on it, you put a vinegary sugary salty tomato sauce on it that derives from a fermented fish sauce. because burgers are all about vinegar and salt, man.
>you put a sharp cheese in the cheddar or jack family
most cheeseburgers made, the staunch majority, at least 60%, use shitty american cheese
>because burgers are all about vinegar and salt, man
they really aren't
literally the first google image result.
>hurrhurr shitty american cheese it's not even cheese
it's just a cheddar cheese sauce. what is your problem?
anyway what do you put on your burger?
>in b4 i dont pollute my body you amerifat
that is not a bad idea, and something a few pizza places do do. the problem is a pizza is inherently baked, and you kinda don't wanna bake pickles and mayonnaise
uh.. how is it harder?
i know you meant pizza, but.. that's so bland and terrible.
shit i didnt think i'd ever hear of a grosser burger than mushroom and swiss, but that comes close
calzone with silverware.. what? that's like intentionally punching a hole in the bottom of a sandwich
>mfw this is the first time in all my years on the internet that I've seen anything other than the tiny-as-shit gif version of this.
>Talking shit about calzones
You and me got problems, chap
Here's the shitty gif for old-times sake. But yes, I love having that webm.
If we're going to get into this, let's
american cheese only resembles cheddar cheese, sure it has common ingredients, but those ingredients are similar to most cheeses
american cheese was originally a combination of various white cheeses, so putting a white cheese on a burger is more than acceptable (which is why multiple burger eateries often have something with swiss)
mozzarella can be a salty cheese (especially if it's made by a large manufacturing company), so if a burger is indeed all about salt and vinegar, mozzarella would do fine
onions put a lot of the flavor into pizza sauce, so having an oniony herby tomato sauce on a burger would be fine
also, burger pizzas (as in pizzas that are burger flavored) have existed for quite some time, so putting pizzas and burgers together would work as well as it usually does, which is decently well
also, I am an american
ketchup belongs on burgers as much as mustard does, which means that neither is really all that essential to a decent burger
if you guys like this kind of junk, theres a youtube channel epicmeals or something, and they make crazy stuff. you will know you have the right channel if the dude has a ballin ass beard
I'm more curious as to when someone finally decided to redo it because it's been YEARS to where I couldn't even find a video version to make one myself. Every result was always just that tiny gif.
My point was that he was wrong to say the specific types of cheese/sauce belong on burgers, when burgers taste fine with various types of cheeses/sauces
oh and if he started pulling the "oh, but that's not a true pizza" or "oh, but that's not a real burger" thing, it'd be hilariously retarded given the origins of both burgers and pizza
I forgot that the channel still existed
I'm glad they tried to hop onto the let's play wagon before they went completely broke, even though I'll never watch their gaming videos ever
>american cheese was originally a combination of various white cheeses
no, it's a cheddar sauce. it's basically the same thing you put on beef n' cheddar sammiches, except congealed.
soluble fiber is great! helps slow that shit down and give you some sweet smooth poops
insoluble fiber? that's just gonna make your ass blow chunks. and if you ate one of these, imagine the chunks
american cheese, by US law must contain at least 2 types of real cheeses. if you buy slices that says cheese food, its not american cheese, its just same floppy style in those little plastic wraps. american cheese is real cheese, for all you naysayers
>american cheese is real cheese, for all you naysayers
You are technically correct in a historical sense, but that hasn't been the case for a long time. They stopped blending it and it's not actually cheese in a real, legal sense.
you posted a link to processed cheese, which most folk call american cheese i guess, but that is not american cheese. american cheese is still made, and it is not that kraft stuff, i used to work at a dairy farm, and worked with lots of cheesemakers. i didnt even think that 99% of people associate processed cheese with american cheese, because i grew up knowing the difference.
I'll take you're word for it, but I've never known anyone who is even aware of real American cheese existing. I've only ever known about the processed stuff, and that's what everyone else knows about if they tell you American cheese isn't cheese.
True story though. A taco inside a flour tortilla lined with beans is pretty fuckin good.
As a Mexicanfag I'm almost ashamed to ask, but holy shit is there a name for that kinda thing? Because that sounds bomb as fuck.
Who here Calzone master race?
Theres a fast food joint where they make delicious pizza burek but the calzone is just so much more satisfying.
>That american flag that pops up
>yeah calzones should be made smaller
if you forfeit the tomato sauce it works fine
>but bigger ones means more toppings-to-dough ratio
true, but you get more crust-to-dough ratio
Made one of those before, was pretty tasty.
Protip: Once you've assembled your pizzaburger, let it cool for a short while. This lets the cheese solidify; it's really tricky to eat a pizzaburger while its slipping and sliding all about. As an added bonus, the tomato sauce is no longer scalding hot.
I've also made the pizza+mac&cheese combo before; I don't really have any tips for that. I put little bits of pancetta/lardons in my mac&cheese, with a really thick (almost solid) cheese sauce. Rather tasty, as far as abominations against arterial health go.
There are people in this world who actually live like cartoon Ronnie. I am one of them.
Btw, that pic was a suggestion as to the pizzas to use for a pizzaburger.
Small enough for the corresponding patty to be made out of a single packet of minced beef. And you get two of them. Perfect!
I try to, but this has completely flown under my radar. Last I heard was the plane getting shot down. Jesus, they've fully assembled a complete invasion with a great reason to do so. Turkey invokes NATO Article 5 and it truly will be fucking WWIII. Shit is getting fucking real.
>Turkey invokes NATO Article 5
>Rest of NATO getting into World War 3 over fucking Turkey
lol, no. Turkey shooting down that jet will be considered "active aggression" if they try to go down that route. US, Canada, and Europe aren't going down for fucking Turkey.
Besides, Russia's only sending some troops around the borders to flex their muscle and protect the fly zone. They're not gonna fucking invade Istanbul or anything.
>tfw calzones are pizzas but with crust all around
Niggah that aint an empanada.
Empanadas dont have that much sauce on them, nor all those ingriedients.
Empanadas have dry stuff like meat and rice, the sauciest thing you'll get is cheese
my friends and i did this before but we kicked it up a notch
taco bell calls it a double decker taco
they used to be $0.99
Lets do this. Lets fuck shit up.
I think there are already pizza hamburgers
you can feed 10 people with it though. not worse than any buttercream based cake. Also there's a hard cap in the amount of fat your body can digest in one go, so you will shit quite a lot of it if you eat too much.
Everyone in this thread is so fucking wrong about the placement of the pizzas. You don't want them both cheese side out, for holding purposes obviously. But you ALSO don't want them both cheese side IN.
Have you ever put two pieces of pizza cheese side-together and tried to eat it? It tastes like shit because you're only applying pizza-underside to your tongue.
No, no, the way it should work is that the bottom support pizza will be cheese side up, then the burger, and then the top pizza is ALSO cheese side up, so it's like a regular slice of pizza when you bite into it.
This reminds me of a pizza dough recipe I once posted on /ck/...
8 fl oz lukewarm water
1 fl oz olive oil
1 tsp sugar
½ tsp salt
1 tbsp dried milk powder
1 lb flour
1 sachet yeast
Put that stuff into your breadmaker/mixing bowl IN THAT ORDER, then turn it on/mix that shit up. Leave it to prove for 15 minutes, then knead the crap out of it. You can make 2-3 pizzas, or one fucking huge calzone.
I think so - Wikipedia mentions there were two episodes and a prologue.
I use the above recipe to make myself a calzone for a treat. Can't finish one by myself in one sitting... fortunately, that just gives me a damn good lunch the next day!
Diet sodas have aspartame/sucralose which is a natural sweetener that the body takes in thinking of it as sugar, however when the body shortly thereafter finds no sugar nutrients it creates a sugar spike that makes you really badly want to eat sugary things, or more food.
From a body health view, a regular coke would probably have you better off, but your teeth would be worse.
Or you know, water. Water is fine too.
>mincemeat can't hold it's form
>heating pizza without a frypan
>the meat is not even cooked
but how would the body know it has no sugar nutrients if you consume it with the hamburger which is filled with carbs? i can agree with you if you drink the diet coke alone, but with the hamburger?
Glucose is purely composed of carbohydrates. Meat is a combination of protein, lipids (if there's much fat) and carbs. Compared to sugar, the carb intake from meat is minimal
I haven't had a biology class in five years, but if I'm not mistaken. After the body is tricked into beliving it ate sugar and realizes there's not enough carbs/glucose to suffice all the chemical processes it created after digesting the diet coke, leave you hungry for more.
Kek, yeah Switzerland is so 3rd world, I'm totally jelly of your "democracy".
I brought up America because only americans would think you're supposed to eat a calzone with your hands.
still in production
it has a ton of costume dlc tho
I literally have a webm for that.