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Hillbilly Hotdogs 10 pound burger, Huntington, WV
For a place that specializes in Hot Dogs, these guys sure know how to make a Supersized Burger! Not satisfied with making just one, they made two, a 5 lb Burger called "The Big Bad Bubba's Singlewide", and the 10 pound version, "The Big Bad Bubba's Doublewide". As well as the beef, it takes two pounds of pickles, two heads of lettuce, three tomatoes, three onions and 25 slices of cheese to cover it. Not bad for $31.95! One question though, 10 seconds into the vid... W... T... F...!!!

From: http://arbroath.blogspot.com/2007/07/hillbilly-hotdogs-unveil-10-pound.html

Hillbilly Hotdogs of Huntington made history on Friday, July 20, 2007, when it brought out their first ten pound hamburger on a bun with pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, onions and cheese for the hearty hamburger appetite. Hillbilly Hotdogs already made a five pound hamburger called the Big Bad Bubba's Singlewide. The new ten pounder is called the Doublewide.

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A hamburger this size requires a special large size bun that is made by Brunetti's. The meat comes from Logan's. It takes two pounds of pickles, two heads of lettuce, three tomatoes, three onions and 25 slices of cheese to cover it.

Hillbilly Hotdog Proprietors Sonny and wife Sharie Knight are behind the making of the large ten pound hamburgers.

Sonny said, "We wanted to have a big burger. We already had a five pounder and someone said make it a double wide. We had a contest to see who would come up with the best name. Doublewide and Boss Hog were the top ones and Doublewide won out."

He said, "The hamburger is expensive to make with all those ingredients. Right now the price is $31.95, but I think it might go up."


Frying the burger


Getting the Alfoil ready


The Burger Cooking


The Buns


Lifting the patty


Placing the patty


Putting on the cheese and sauce


Placing the top bun


Placing the second patty


Rolling the patty out


Admiring the burger


Stacking the burger


Placing the ingredients


Hooray!


The finished product


The Hillbilly hotdogs 10 pound burger


Cutting the burger


Cutting the burger


The cut burger


Showing off the burger


Eating the burger?


Taking photos


Wrapping and shipping


Loading into the car


Happy customers


Enjoying the burger


The finished product


Handing it out


Cutting it up


Enjoying the 10 pound burger


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Hillbilly Hotdogs 10 pound burger, Huntington, WV
Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, October 09 2007 @ 11:01 PM EDT
Holy crap WTF indeed. Some batshit crazy fat guy dressed as a evil clown getting his kicks by seeing a giant burger and laughing about it is what is at the 10 second mark.