‘Merica Burger 2.0 at Slater’s 50/50 | The Burger Crawl – Ep. 26
Cue’s Bacon Weekend 2015 consisted of Bacon & Barrels’ food festival in Solvang, CA on Saturday; OC Fair’s Media Preview on Sunday; then this overloaded bacon burger filming at Slater’s 50/50 yesterday (Monday). Why? Because America! America loves bacon! The weekend finale was me laid out for 45 minutes on the table where I filmed this video. #BOMnation.
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The ‘Merica Burger is a 100% ground bacon patty, Sriracha bacon, bacon jam, American bacon cheese, fried Mac N’ Cheese, tomato, field greens, all between a bacon pretzel bun. It is paired with Ironfire Synner Extra IPA.
Every July Slater’s 50/50 releases the ‘Merica Burger. This year’s ‘Merica Burger differs a bit from the previous years. I believe the fried Mac N Cheese was one of the major differences. Last year had a fried egg, and leaf lettuce whereas this year’s has fried Mac N’ Cheese and field greens.
Slater’s 50/50 – Pasadena
61 N Raymond Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91103
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