Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub in Clearfield, Pennsylvania has claimed to have created world’s largest hamburger, weighing 123 pounds. Facts provided claim that the burger consists of 80-pound beef patty, a 30-pound bun, 12 tomatoes and 160 slices of cheese, along with mustard, mayo, ketchup, lettuce and onions. Priced at $379 the burger will be sold on the Beer Barrel Main Event Charity Burger and much before the event the pub has compiled specifications of the burger for submission at the Guinness World Records this week. Owner Denny Leigey claims that he could make it to supposedly ‘World’s Largest Burger’ with an evolution of burgers weighing half pound, 2 pound, 3 pound, 6 pound and 15 pounds respectively. Doubtless it takes skill and practice to assimilate a large burger, but the quality of beef and the way it is cooked makes all the difference.
Until now the largest with 73.5 pounds Bob’s cheeseburger appears to be a better deal with a juicier Argentina beef patty weighing 25kg, slow-cooked until it was reduced to 20.4kg. However, what matters here is food art in rolling out record-breaking burgers to be better ‘belly busters’.