My hipster friend Todd sent me an email about Krispy Kreme bacon cheddar cheeseburgers. All the email had was a link and the single phrase, “Self explanatory”.

Todd was right, after clicking the link I was greeted with the bountiful image above. Instantly my mouth began to water. I quickly read the short post to find out more about this tasty combination. They were made in Google’s NYC cafeteria, for the birthday of the chef cook. After reading that, I quickly fired off a resume to Google HQ.

I think at my next cookout, which should be soon since my buddy’s birthday (Matt Gondek) is coming up, I will try to make these. I think the hardest part will be cutting the doughnut in half like a bun. I might have to wait till they are a little less fresh. We will have to wait and see, if this happens I will be sure to post video of it.

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7 Responses to Krispy Kreme bacon cheddar cheeseburgers

  1. todd says:

    “hipster”
    heh

  2. Jason Mosley says:

    Well you do like music and spell your name with a lower case “t”.

    I was just assuming hehe… Hey next time I am at Dee’s sixpack I better see you there!

    Thanks again for the link!

  3. Darren says:

    Just say no.

  4. Dug says:

    Now if they only had a bacon beer to wash that down with.

  5. Emily says:

    Those things look gross!!

    They were selling Dublin dogs (hot dogs wrapped in bacon) at the Irish festival this weekend. I don’t remember if they were there last year when we went or not, but they looked good.

  6. Jason Mosley says:

    Darren, I think you meant just say YES!!!

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