Cheeseburger in a Can

It’s the start of a new trend, a tasty fad, and a delicious find in a can! maybe!. Several companies have ventured to put a hamburger with buns inside can. The clever Swiss people have made available for us a product for the new millennia. Made for the extreme athlete, the all terrain camper, or the desert fox, this canned goodness will withstand the toughest conditions. Is it giving restaurants a run for their money! Back in the 1930s the modern hamburger was born. A little over 70 years later a Swiss company by the name of Trekking, helped the hamburger evolve yet again – by canning it. With a shelf-life of up to 12 months. The canned cheeseburger can simply be tossed into a pot of boiling water. After a couple minutes you can pull it out, crack it open and enjoy the comforts of home. Recently a company in Germany has created a new version of this innovative product. Never to be caught napping, these folks upped the ante by created a canned Bacon Cheeseburger. Reviewers of the different brands claim, not so good with the taste, a bit like chewing a sponge. With a soggy bottom bun. The average cost per burger $6…Would you give this a try?…Ed
Source: Sean Fallon/Cheeseburger Man Photo: Sean Fallon

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

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