Thursday, March 09, 2006

The In-N-Out 100 x 100

This has been circulating on the net for awhile, but certainly deserves mention on Fast Food News. It is the story of what is certainly the largest In-N-Out burger ever created. The 100 x 100 is a single set of buns with 100 meat patties and 100 slices of cheese in between.

It was was the brain child of blogger Will from San Francisco, and many more glorious photos of the 100 x 100 are available on his blog. Having discussed its creation for some time, Will and his friends finally ordered it at a Las Vegas In-N-Out Burger on Halloween at a cost of $97.66 (1 Dbl/Dbl, 98 Extra patties!)

6 comments:

slatham100 said...

The additional photos and narrative are worth reading. I think I'll post this photo on my fridge. I'd get nauseated before I could even open the door.

Cate said...

That's some burger. No In-n-Outs here, I'm afraid, but we do have Fatburger at least.

Doris-seo said...

The Atkins Diet was launched in the 70's when Dr. Atkins published theNew Diet Revolution. Atkins diet spoke up against the medical establishment and told us of the effects of sugar and carbs in foods, and how managing your intake of carbs would lead to weight loss.

The two week induction phase of the Atkins Diet, is the strictest phase of the diet, where only pure proteins are allowed, and a very limited amount of carbs. The proteins allowed include meat, fish, poultry, and eggs, an pure fats such as olive oil, butter, and mayonnaise.

The dieter then moves through two more phases, slowly building their carbohydrate intake, atkin sdiets until they know how much can be eaten without putting on weight - and moves into the Life time maintenance phase
http://www.fairdiet.com/

Anonymous said...

I don't see anyone asking about the Atkins Diet...

Ryan said...

Yeah but as long as you don't eat the bun the 100x 100 is fair game . . .

thesusieness said...

dude. so not the biggest burger..
101X101. in n out in San Pedro.
107ish $