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Posted: July 11, 2017
Sarah Elsesser, Palm Beach Post
An American cheeseburger, weighing 1,794 pounds, has just become the world’s largest commercially sold burger.
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Mallie’s Sports Grill & Bar in Detroit spent the past four years cooking up a plan to win back its Guinness World Records title from a Japanese restaurant, WXYZ reported.
Mallie’s reclaimed the title Monday after creating a super-sized hamburger with 300 pounds of cheese and 250 pounds of pickles, according to WXYZ.
This beefy meal, which stands 3 feet high, was made “in memory of his wife Renee who died from breast cancer, and as a birthday gift to his two daughters,” WXYZ reported.
“It's a lifetime memory for them. I mean how many kids get to get an 1,800-pound hamburger on their birthday?” Steve Mallie told WXYZ.
If you’re getting hungry reading this, you can order the burger for a small fee of $7,799.
Read more at WXYZ.
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