Krispy Kreme Hamburger's at the Tulsa State Fair [Video]

By on October 2, 2010

If you’re like me, you have a food bucket list which is basically a list of foods that you want to try at some point or another.  This year I am happily putting a check mark by the Krispy Kreme Hamburger.  Other things checked off my list include rocky mountain oysters (Thanks Ryan & Erica) and Fuagra (Thanks Chef Amanda).  With so many great foods to try, my goal is always to live with an open mind…and an open mouth.

Krispy Kreme Hamburger

By now the Tulsa State Fair is in full force.  An event that most consider a once-a-year opportunity to step out of the box of normal everyday eating.  As we found after distributing the video you are about to see below, some people consider state fairs disgusting and inhumane.  But hey, to each his own and Bon Appetit!

Krispy Kreme Hamburger

The Krispy Kreme Hamburger, first off, was surprisingly delicious.  I never expected the saltiness of the beef and melted cheese to counteract and compliment the two full-size Krispy Kreme doughnuts used as buns.  The lettuce and tomato didn’t add any individual flavors and actually helped to tone down the shock that you would expect to initially receive when biting into this special burger.  A few things that shouldn’t have been on this burger were onions and pickles, maybe grilled onions would have been okay.  Other notes, cheese is a must, and I should have got bacon because with every bite I took I imagined it with bacon and thought how much better it would have been if I had paid the extra dollar.

Krispy Kreme Hamburger on the Grill

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this burger, good or bad, especially if you tried the Krispy Kreme Hamburger for yourself.  If you decide to look for the burger yourself, it can be found fairly easily within the main cluster of food vendors.

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