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The Pickleback Burger

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What does a phallus patty of pickled goodness have to do with whiskey anyway? Turns out: everything. If you aren’t already familiar with the pickleback, you’re only hurting yourself. The concept is simple: a shot of whiskey, followed by a shot of pickle juice. For this week’s burger, I’ve changed the game but kept the rules the same. A shot of whiskey, followed by a mouthful of fried pickle, spicy cabbage slaw, beer-braised pork cheek, and a naughty cheddar-beer sauce. Hold onto your butts.

Click here for the recipe.

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Burger pervert and donut enthusiast. When I'm not delving into the dark arts of hamburgery, I work as a creative gun and food pornographer for hire. Hang with me on Twitter and Instagram @MathewRamsey

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  1. Wow, what an awesome concept for a blog – a heavenly collection of burger art! Simply love it – and your photos are absolutely mouthwatering! Congrats and keep up the fantastic work!

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  2. The reflection of light on the top bun looks like eyes which makes it look like some mutated monster.

    A DELICIOUS MONSTER OF A BURGER I WANT TO FUCKING DEVOUR OH MY FUCKING GOD GIMME GIMME GIMME!

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  3. Hey terrific blog! Does running a blog like this take a lot of work?
    I’ve very little expertise in computer programming however
    I had been hoping to start my own blog in the near future.
    Anyways, if you have any recommendations or tips for new blog owners please share.

    I know this is off topic but I simply had to ask. Kudos!

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