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Popular California Burger Chain Creates An Eggs Benedict Burger With French Toast Buns

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Man, Slater’s 50/50 can really make a hearty burger. The customizable burger chain based in California is best known for their 50/50 patties that combine both ground beef and ground bacon. They also do a Burger of the Month that’s usually something crazy, terrifying and delicious.

January’s burger is the French Toast Benny Burger, based on the Eggs Benedict breakfast dish. Made with a breakfast sausage patty, the burger is served with Canadian Bacon, spinach, a chipotle hollandaise and a sunny-side up egg that’s served on sourdough French Toast.

Kind of a middle finger to anyone with a New Year’s goal of dropping a few pounds.

A 1/3-pound burger is available for $10.95. Slater’s suggests pairing it with Elysian Loser Pale Ale. Sound off in the comments if you were able to try it this month.

Also, remember that Kangaroo Burger they made a while back?

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California Burger Chain Unveils a Deep Fried, Bacon and Guacamole-Stuffed Supreme Nacho Burger

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You’re supposed to outgrow these things. Supposed to make better decisions for yourself and for your body. Supposed to stop eating like a college freshman by combining every cafeteria junk food within reach just because you can.

And you probably will, one day. But not today.

Creators of such gut-busting burger behemoths as the 100% Bacon Burger, the Guinness-Infused Steak Burger and the Donut Sunny Side Up Burger, California burger chain Slater’s 50/50 is serving up a deep fried Supreme Nacho Burger as its featured burger for the month of August. Burrrgeeeerrr.

Here’s the official description:

“Inspired by Make-A-Wish kid Justyn and his alove for nachos, this beef patty is topped with melted cheeses, lettuce, onion, tomato, black beans, bacon, tortilla strips, fresh salsa, and guacamole. Wrapped in a flour tortilla and deep fried, we smother it in nacho cheese sauce, sour cream, and sliced jalapeños.”

Twenty percent of proceeds from the burger’s sales will go to the Make-A-Wish foundation, up to $4000, which will probably leave you with enough guilt-breaking good-will feelings to justify that dessert.