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A Meal To Die For Video

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  1. ImBack234

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    Bill Geist visits the Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Ariz., where you can almost feel your arteries clogging.
    A Meal To Die For Video - CBSNews.com:eek2:
     
  2. Cholly

    Cholly Old Guys Rule! DBSTalk Club

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    Indian...
    Leave it to the Southwesterners to come up with something like this! Food to die for, or rather "from"! :eek2: :barf:
     
  3. Richard King

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    Nurse!!! Nurse!!!! I need a nurse!!! Forget the burgers. ;)
     
  4. Polardog

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    Boy they look great.......errr....the nurses that is.
    And the burgers.
    Awhile back I saw a TV program (either Discovery or Food Network) which featured great burgers nationwide.
    One midwest joint sold "butter burgers". 1/2 Lb burgers fried in butter and served on a bun which both the top & bottom was smeard with butter.
    Looked great...was great. I made one at home for myself. No catsup or toppings of any kind. Just butter.
    Try one...
     
  5. Matt9876

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    It's best I stay out of such a place 8,000 calories in one burger:eek2:
     
  6. dbconsultant

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    You want to see big food? Watch "Man vs. Food" on the Travel Channel. Adam Rich goes around the country eating what he calls "man food" (steaks, burgers, burritos, etc.) but being a happily carnivorous woman, I enjoy watching, too!:lol:
     
  7. Steve H

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    the staff...........................
     

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  8. fluffybear

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    Peachtree...

    I have seen stories on the heart attack grill dating back to 2005, what took CBS so long to get to them?
     
  9. xIsamuTM

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    aren't thoses costumes from Tripp, NYC? My ex had a very similar looking outfit.

    (on that note, i miss married life sometimes...)
     
  10. SayWhat?

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    http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2013/feb/11/heart-attack-grill-spokesman-dies-heart-attack/
     
  11. cj9788

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    I love the fact that they use Coke with real sugar, wonder if the local bottler makes it for them or if they just import it from Mexico. Genius for a business when you think about it. I am sure there are no free refills and you have to buy each bottle you suck down.

    The rest of the restaurant industry should take a lesson from the Heart Attack Grill, quit bowing down to the extremist health crowd and do what you do best and make yummy bad for you food.
     
  12. longrider

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    We have a restaurant like that here in Colorado, check out Crave Burgers I have eaten there several times and just like Heart Attack Grill as long as you dont do it daily it is not a problem. However I cant believe anyone could beat their Big Bad Wolf challenge, I have had ONE Three Little Pigs and I was stuffed. I cant imagine THREE, however it has been done
     
  13. Nick

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    But it's ok, they have 'nurses' on duty. ;)
     
  14. Drucifer

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    NY Hudson...
    I'll take a little mouth-to-mouth.
     
  15. acostapimps

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    I'll just go for the nurses not that humongous greasy food, But then again I go to McDonald's twice a week :)
     

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