fat-&-furious

Mystery Box Burger. Raw salmon. Smoked bacon. Mint, basil, garlic and yogurt sauce. Rice cake. Rice bun. Black sesam. Salmon eggs. Mint and basil leafs. Balsamic cream. #masterchefUSA #mysterybox #challengeaccepted 
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Heart Breaker Burger. Bun aux sésamours perdus. Cœurs d’artichauts. Cupithon cru mariné au Saint-Valenthym. Cœur fendu de laitue. Tomate cœur de meuf. Vinaigrette au miel citrompée au cocumin. Moutarde seule qui maille. Barbapapa infidèle.

#burcœurbrisé #gouternestpastromper

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French graphic design duo Thomas and Quentin have created an awesome ongoing photo series of aesthetically dazzling and mouthwatering burgers called Fat and Furious Burger.

"Influenced by pop culture, history, and religion, the tasty concoctions are artfully set in various landspaces and scenes, correlating to their name and featured ingredients. "

Every burger is posted along with a title and ingredients list that explains the inspiration for the piece. You might be surprised to learn that each of their burgers is completely edible.

Follow Thomas and Quentin’s fabulous burger series here on Tumblr or via Instagram.

[via designboom]

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WHY YOU’RE FAT


This is the best thing in all of everything.

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It’s been over a year since we first discovered the camp culinary creations of French designers Thomas Weil and Quentin Weisbuch for their Fat and Furious Burger project (previously featured here). We’re delighted to see that their mouthwatering project is still going strong.

This wonderful food-oriented madness first began when Thomas and Quentin met while working at the same design firm in Paris and decided to team up to make their boring lunches more interesting.

"The culinary challenge? Burgers. The rules? None, except they had to be edible. Because lunch break is only so long, Weil and Weisbuch gave themselves 90 minutes to come up with an idea, run to the store, and cook the burger. Using their office kitchen, the men began experimenting. Things quickly spiraled out of control."

Today the creative duo is still creating all sorts of outrageous burgers, from the Neil Armstrong moon burger to “The Burgirl" (complete with blonde wig and lipstick, sometimes spending as much as 50 Euros ($61) on a single meal. They’ve also published a Fat & Furious Burger cookbook [Buy on Amazon].

If you aren’t already following along, Thomas and Quention post their burgers along with a title and ingredients list, explaining the inspiration for each meal, here on Tumblr at fatandfuriousburger and on Instagram.

[via Wired]