Gonna Need A Whole Lotta Lent After This Burger

In honor of Fat Tuesday, here’s the story of how we learned nothing from experimenting with the Luther burger. Never has taking ten years off your life tasted so good.

As always, we skipped the donuts and went straight for the fried dough.

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As always, we skipped the donuts and went straight for the fried dough.

Andy had some friends up from down south in Rhode Island.

. When you grow up on a frozen island in Maine, Providence is practically tropical.

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When you grow up on a frozen island in Maine, Providence is practically tropical.

We decided to be gracious hosts and pump our guests full of fat and cheese. For those unfamiliar with our spin on the classic culinary suicide note, instead of the traditional donut and fried egg, we build ours with doughboys and Kraft Dinner.

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…and bacon weaves and provolone and a solid pound of meat.

Look at these little monstrosities:

. Banned in 37 states and the Bible.

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Banned in 37 states and the Bible.

Eating the ball of grease came with the typical side effects.

Cramps, acne, jaw fatigue, extreme lethargy, general unhappiness with oneself, mouth joy.

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Cramps, acne, jaw fatigue, extreme lethargy, general unhappiness with oneself, mouth joy.

Of the seven people at our apartment that night, only two could finish what they started. That’s double our previous record.

Afterwards, we all just kind of hung out, quietly ashamed with ourselves.

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It was a great night.

How are you celebrating Mardi Gras? Got any burgers to top ours?

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