Love notes to the English language
Another fine example of North American gluttony. I like a good grilled cheese sammich as much as the next person and I do love a good burger but there are enough calories in that one burger for my whole family for a good day and a half!
If you want to point fingers, take a look at this comment from within that post:"This is nowhere near as artery clogging as the Scooby Snack. Available only in Glasgow, this burger-like treat consists of the following: double cheeseburger, a slice of bacon, a potato scone, a lorne sausage (square sausage found in Scotland with a spongy consistency and bright pink) all topped with a fried egg, smothered in ketchup and brown sauce and encased in a floury bun. Marvellous!"Besides, I think the "fatty melt" was more or less a joke. I can't imagine anyone eating that and living to tell the tale.I prefer to be awed....lol
Just because I live in Scotland doesn't mean that I or my family have ever eaten that thing!It is awesome in a OMG sort of way.
Don't forget to order a side of poutine!
ronnie: i'm afraid to ask...wot is poutine??
poteen is Scottish or Irish moonshine -- I think. As to the burger from hell, a loud, long and heartfelt YUCK!!!!!
I'm hungry - that looked fabulous!@
ME, click on the link (on the word "poutine")in my comment above to find out!
OMG....fence fries with cheese curds and GRAVY!! and they're available in eastern canada from mickey d's and the alf & willie!!!! 'tucky fried has 'em (it?), too.well, north america (sorry, canada, you're part of that) has blown it for sure with all of that. but you will notice that only one person had anything positive to say in her comment, and SHE lives just a couple hundred miles from FROSTBITE FALLS!!! you eat that when when you need LOTS of calories. the winter i lost 35 lbs in minnesota, i almost froze to death.