On July 4, a 136.2 kilogram (300 pounds) burger was unveiled in Miyazaki, Japan, at the Phoenix Seagaia Resort. According to The Mainichi Daily News, the burger was made by 15 chefs over eight hours, and contains 70 kilograms of beef and 30 kilograms of pork. For the crazy people who want to buy this burger, the resort is pricing it at 150,000 yen (about $1,574), which would make it the world's largest commercial available hamburger, a record now held by Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar and their 74.75 kilogram burger.
If anyone has any insight as to why the bun is black (does this Japanese article say anything?), let us know. Update: According to hmw0029, it's squid ink! Yum. [via Eater, Cold Mud]
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