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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Combine a Burger with a Doughnut and What Do You Get (Besides Arterial Plaque)? The Craz-E

Posted By on Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 2:52 PM

click to enlarge The doily makes it classy. - BIG E BLOG
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  • The doily makes it classy.
Bacon burger and doughnut lovers unable to make it to Massachusetts this weekend, you may be able to get some visual love from the Craz-E Burger lighting up news channels and blogs lately. It was Headline News where SFoodie first locked eyes with all 1,500 calories of Craz-E. Can't claim it was love at first bite, but the sight, anyway, of a grilled glazed doughnut with two pieces of crisp bacon, gooey cheese, and a beef patty nestled inside had us all googly-eyed with savory-sweet anticipation.

The Craz-E made its debut at the Big EZ Café, a concession stand at The Big E in Springfield, Mass., otherwise known as the Eastern States Exposition (it ends this weekend). The fair features appearances by Seether, Bret Michaels, and Foghat, which should give you some idea of the audience for the Craz-E Burger. According to the Big E blog, Marty Brownsey of West Seneca, New York, came up with the "Craz-E" moniker in a naming contest on Facebook. Brownsey beat out the aptly named "Heart Attack on a Bun" and somewhat lamer "The E-Normous."

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