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The World Now Has a $400 White Castle Slider

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$400 of high-end ingredients make the world’s fanciest slider

The $400 White Castle slider has an ounce of white truffles, an ounce of caviar, and reportedly tastes absolutely disgusting.

There are a lot of things a person could do with a $250 Williams Sonoma gift card, but few people would think of putting it towards the creation of the world’s most expensive White Castle slider.

According to The Braiser, Nick Chapman of Dude Foods spent his $250 gift card on an ounce of white truffles, and then decided the most hilarious thing to do with those truffles would be to put them on a White Castle slider. From there, he writes, the idea “spiraled out of control,” and he wound up going for broke--or $400--to see how much expensive stuff he could pile on that one tiny, square burger.

Chapman wrote: “I decided to combine the truffles with every other insanely expensive food I could think of to create the most expensive White Castle slider ever assembled.”

In addition to the truffles, Chapman added Hook’s 15-year Cheddar, which sells for $80 a pound. He also added prosciutto, foie gras, port wine pate, a full ounce of Russian caviar, and a fried quail egg. Then he sprinkled 24-carat gold all over it, because at that point it would have been silly not to.

In the end, Chapman said his high-end Frankenslider cost $400 and tasted absolutely disgusting.

“In retrospect,” Chapman wrote, “I probably should have just spent the $400 on 20 Crave Cases from White Castle, or in other words, 600 sliders.”

Here is a Glazed Doughnut Stuffed With a Cheeseburger

Doughnuts and cheeseburgers aren't exactly the best of friends but, in recent years, they've become at least acquaintances. The world has its share of doughnut burgers, but they all share one thing in common, the doughnut simply replaces the bun. Here is a doughnut that is actually stuffed with ooey, gooey cheeseburger goodness. It's like jelly . with protein.

Philadelphia's PYT Burger is no stranger to these pages, making something of a habit out of unveiling kooky burgers. This is the only one that doubles as both dinner and dessert, however. The D'oh Nut Burger is essentially a cheeseburger forced inside of a glazed doughnut, with chocolate-covered bacon bits sprinkled on top. Sweet, delicious heart disease. This burger is only available for a limited time, however, so you had better get on it. Either that or you can just buy your own doughnut and wedge a burger inside of it.

For more outrageous doughnut creations, check out a new episode of Donut Showdown tonight at 9pm ET.

Forget the Ramen Burger Here is the Spaghetti Burger

Since it was unveiled several weeks ago in Brooklyn, Keizo Shimamoto's Ramen Burger has taken the culinary world by storm. To the uninitiated, it's essentially a burger patty topped with shoyu sauce and wedged between two bunches of fried ramen noodles. What if you wanted to try out a similar recipe with spaghetti? Philadelphia's PYT has got you covered.

The aptly named Spaghetti Burger is a burger patty wedged between two bunches of fried spaghetti noodles. That's where the similarities end, however. This patty is seasoned like a meatball and stuffed with mozzarella cheese. There is plenty of sauce and the "bun" is fried in garlic for extra authenticity.

This isn't PYT's first novelty item to make news. They are the restaurant that previously gave the world the bacon taco shell. Their Spaghetti Burger is available now so book a flight to Philly, or buy some ground meat and boxes of spaghetti, if you want to experience it.

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15 Burgers that Will Change Your Life

1. THE FRIED EGG MAC’N’CHEESE BURGER Easy Mac, Fried Egg, beef patty, on a sesame seed bun.

2. THE EVERYTHING MEATY BURGER A A Triple Layer Cheeseburger, Country Fried Steak, Fried Chicken combo with Ham, Bacon, Cheddar, and Provolone Cheese.

3. THE $400 WHITE CASTLE BURGER A $400 White Castle Slider with: white Italian truffles, foie gras, prosciutto, Russian caviar, a fried quail egg, Pleasant Ridge Reserve cheese, Hook’s Cheese 15 Year Cheddar and 24K gold flakes.

4. CHEESE-FRIED CHEESEBURGER Cheeseburger with a Fried Mac’n’Cheese Patty

5. FILIPINO TOCILOG BURGER A rice bun with tomato, sugar cane, vinegar, olive oil, arugula, and fried egg.

6. BISON SAUSAGE BURGER Open-faced half Bison / half Breakfast Sausage Burger, with Bacon, Egg, and Cheese on a Hawaiian Roll.

7. CHILI SLOPPY JOE BURGER Chili cheesebirger with jalapeño jack, Sriracha mayo, jalapeños, chili, onion, and tomato.

8. THE BLACK BURGER Charcoal bun, double patty, egg, onion rings, bacon, and cheddar cheese.

9. MAC’N’CHEESE WITH A SIDE OF BURGER Baked Mac’n’Cheese over a beef patty.

10. PB & J BACON BURGER Pumpernickel bun with peanut butter, jelly, maple cream cheese, and a beef patty.

11. THE LUTHER BURGER Grilled beef patty with a glazed donut for the bun!

12. THE RAMEN BURGER Grilled beff patty with fried ramen buns.

13. PEPPERONI PIZZA BURGER Mozzarella cheeseburger with marinara, pepperoni, and basil.

14. THE CRONUT BURGER Cronut buns (croissant + donut), beef patty coated in cheddar, with maple bacon.

15. DESSERT BURGER Toasted Hot Cross Bun, Fudge Brownie, Strawberry Coulis, Salted Caramel Praline Mascarpone, and Fresh Strawberries, Blueberries, & Raspberries.

Luzerne County auctioning unused vehicles Wednesday

Luzerne County government is attempting to sell 17 unused vehicles Wednesday in a silent auction.

According to auction documents:

Starting bids are set at the estimated fair market values, and all but one range from $300 to $900.

The exception is a 1999 blue Dodge 3500 pickup that has 10,422 miles and a minimum bid of $5,500.

The sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the county record storage facility, 85 Young St., Hanover Township. The building is located across from the county 911 center.

To place a bid, prospective buyers must write the opening amount they are offering on a sheet along with incremental bid submissions, the county said.

Full payment must be presented the day of the auction through check or money order issued to Luzerne County. Credit card payments won’t be accepted, and all sales are final.

Vehicles may be picked up after payment and title transfer, and bidders must agree to assume all risks and hazards related to their purchases.

The county has the right to add or withdraw auction inventory without notice.

Listed at $300 starting bids are the following vehicles, along with their mileage: black 2006 Chevy sedan, 108,776 silver 1999 Chevrolet SW, 105,735 and a silver 2000 Chevrolet van, 152,523.

The other vehicles at various starting bids:

$350: green 1999 Chevrolet Venture, 112,816 silver 2004 Chevrolet Impala, 122,580 cream 2004 Chevrolet Impala, 67,388 gray 2005 Ford Crown Victoria, 239,995 blue 2006 Chevrolet Impala, 183,015 and a white 2006 Chevrolet Impala, 118,371.

$400: white 1993 Ford van, 73,015 white 2000 Dodge van, 102,281 and a black 2006 Chevrolet Impala, 87,615.

$700: red 1996 Chevrolet Blazer, 104,306.

$750: blue 2004 Ford Expedition, 137,629.

$850: white 2002 Ford Explorer, 101,237.

$900: blue 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe, exact amount over 100,000 not specified.

So what’s in an Impossible Burger?

Here’s the ingredient list:

Water, Textured Wheat Protein, Coconut Oil, Potato Protein, Natural Flavors, 2% or less of: Leghemoglobin (soy), Yeast Extract, Salt, Soy Protein Isolate, Konjac Gum, Xanthan Gum, Thiamin(Vitamin B1), Zinc, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Vitamin B12.

Consider that wheat protein is one of the most well-established allergens that exist in the Western diet today, containing not one but over 23,000 different potentially problematic proteins. We’ve collected a vast array of data on the adverse effects associated with its consumption, and have written extensively about how this food has a dark side that has a deep history stretching all the way back to Roman times when it was a critical tool in cultural/biological imperialism. There is also growing awareness that Roundup herbicide, which is often used in wheat production as a pre-harvest desiccant, contaminates thousands of consumer products, amplifying its allergenicity and toxicity. Potato is also EPA-approved for Roundup herbicide dessicant treatment. The soy protein isolate in this formula is also genetically modified, making this one of the least natural and least healthy products on the market today.

The Impossible Burger is a great example of how the pro-GMO agenda has shifted its marketing message from “saving the world from hunger” to a “save the planet through sustainability.”

Image from the Impossible Burger website.

Veganism and so-called plant-based diets have become increasingly trendy expressions of an over-simplification of complex environmental and ethical issues that face humankind today. By proclaiming wheat, soy, and lab-grown GM fungal proteins as “sustainable” and “planet saving,” while ignoring the obvious devastation that modern monoculturing and GM farming methods have exacted upon the arable surface of the planet (which incidentally displaces and kills billions of animals each year), Bill Gates-backed Impossible Foods and it’s Impossible Burger are just another example of an intrinsically unhealthy food being marketed as healthy and sustainable to the masses without any of the safety precautions necessary to represent the interests of the consumer.

Note: ‘Organic’ food chain Bareburger should remove Impossible Burger from it’s menu, or at least refrain from marketing this GMO product alongside hashtags like #organic and #nongmo, as evidenced by their Instagram post below. Read the article on Grub Street exposing their hypocrisy here.

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Sayer Ji is the founder of, a reviewer at the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, Co-founder and CEO of Systome Biomed, Vice Chairman of the Board of the National Health Federation, and Steering Committee Member of the Global Non-GMO Foundation.

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Macaw in a Coal Mine

By Genevieve Rajewski | Tufts Veterinary Medicine, Winter 2010

For 27 years, Jamie Pendleton’s blue and gold macaw, Lady Cromwell, enjoyed perfect health&mdashuntil the day Pendleton heard her pet screeching in distress. She found the bird flapping her wings erratically, her talons clenched and eyelids fluttering.

It marked the start of near-weekly seizures.

“It was just horrible,” says Pendleton. “I’d hold her until she stopped seizing. A couple of times I caught her starting to fall off her perch.”

After months of unsuccessful treatment near her home in New York, Pendleton drove her beloved companion three and a half hours to the Cummings School’s Foster Hospital for Small Animals. What transpired next was a medical mystery worthy of the television show House.

The parrot’s previous blood tests showed a toxic level of zinc. Joerg Mayer, Tufts’ exotic animal specialist, hospitalized the macaw for intensive hydration and chelation therapy, injecting agents that bind with the metal in the body’s tissues so it can be released into the bloodstream and flushed out through urination.

Mayer asked Pendleton to have the bird’s cage tested for heavy metals since some have been known to have toxic finishes. The cage indeed tested positive for both zinc and lead, and Pendleton replaced it with a toxin-free one. However, Lady Cromwell continued to have seizures, and her blood tests still showed high levels of zinc.

“I told Jamie, ‘You still have zinc somewhere in your house. We have to play detective,’” says Mayer. He introduced her to Eric Koslowski, of Environmental Testing and Research Laboratories in Leominster, Mass., a client of Mayer’s with whom the vet has worked on cases and scientific studies.

“We looked at the toys. The food. The room,” recalls Koslowski. “The well water was supposed to be OK, but we double checked.”

It was clean, but the water coming out of the kitchen faucet was loaded with zinc. The culprit: several corroded galvanized tanks used to store the water. The family switched to bottled water until the tanks were replaced by fiberglass ones—an urgent fix, given that zinc toxicity can be fatal in humans.

“I always compare exotics’ high metabolism to grand prix racing engines,” says Mayer. “You wouldn’t take a Ferrari to Joe’s Gas ’n Gulp because regular gas is too dirty for them they need very pure fuel. Well, the same goes for birds, which is why coal miners and submariners used to take along canaries [as sentinels of air quality]. When a bird fell off its perch, they knew it was time to surface for fresh air because the carbon monoxide level was dangerously high.”

Today, Lady Cromwell’s blood levels have returned to normal. Although the macaw still experiences seizures, she has gone more than a month between incidents. “She is doing well on anti-seizure medication,” says Mayer. “Hopefully we can wean her off it eventually.”

I first started thinking about goat meat when I went to “open barn day” at my first meat CSA farm. I blogged about that and more at Wicked Tasty Harvest.

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The Origin of Nations

The Holy Spirit is Christ

The nonsense Trinity

BRO. WHITE : The following questions I would like to have you give or send, to Bro. Loughborouh for, explanation.
Toted, Ohio.

What serious objection is there to the doctrine of the Trinity?

ANSWER. There are many objections which we might urge, but on account of our limited space we shall reduce them to the three following :

1. It is contrary to common sense.
2. It is contrary to scripture.
3., Its origin is Pagan and fabulous,.

These positions we will remark upon briefly in their order.

1. It is not very consonant with common sense to talk of three being one, and one being three. Or as some express it, calling God "the Triune God," or "the three-one-God." If Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are each God, it would be three Gods for three times one is not one, but three. There is a sense in which they are one, but not on person, as claimed by Trinitarians.

2. It is contrary to Scripture. Almost any portion of the New Testament we may open which has occasion to speak of the Father and Son, represents them as two distinct persons. The seventeenth chapter of John is alone sufficient to refute the doctrine of the Trinity. Over forty times in that one chapter Christ speaks of his Father as a person distinct from himself. His Father was in heaven and he upon earth. The Father had sent him. Given to him those that believed. He was then to go to the Father. And in this very testimony he shows us in what consists the oneness of the Father and Son. It is the same as the oneness of the members of Christ's church. "That they all may be one as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us that the world may believe that thou halt sent me. And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them that they may be one, even as we are one." Of one heart and one mind. Of one purpose in all the plan devised for man's salvation. Read the seventeenth chapter of John, and see if it does not completely upset the doctrine of the Trinity.

To believe that doctrine, when reading the scripture we must believe that God sent himself into the world, died to reconcile the world to himself, raised himself from the dead, ascended to himself in heaven, pleads before himself in heaven to reconcile the world to himself, and is the only mediator between man and himself. It will not do to substitute the human nature of Christ (according to Trinitarians) as the Mediator for Clarke says, "Human blood can no more appease God than swine's blood." Com. on 2 Sam. xxi, 10. We must believe that in the garden God prayed to himself, if it were possible, to let the cup pass from himself, and a thousand other such absurdities.

Read carefully the following texts, comparing them with the idea that Christ is the Omnipotent, Omnipres-
ant, Supreme, and only self-existent God: John xiv, 28 xvii, 3 iii, 16 v, 19, 26 xi, 15 xx, 19 viii, 50 vi, 38 Mark xiii, 32 Luke vi, 12 xxii, 69 xxiv, 29 Matt. iii, 17 xxvii, 46 Gal. iii, 20 1 John. ii, 1 Rev. v, 7 Acts xvii, 31. Also see Matt. xi, 25, 27 Luke i, 32 xxii, 42 John iii, 35, 36 v, 19, 21, 22, 28, 25, 26
vi, 40 viii, 35, 36 xiv, 13 1 Cor. xv, 28, &c.

The word Trinity nowhere occurs in the Scriptures. The principal text supposed to teach it is 1 John i, 7, which is an interpolation. Clarke says, " Out of one hundred and thirteen manuscripts, the text is wanting in one hundred and twelve. It occurs in no MS. before the tenth century. And the first place the text occurs in Greek, is in the Greek translation of the acts of the Council of Lateran, held A. D. 1215."—Com. on John i, and remarks at close of chap.

3. Its origin is pagan and fabulous. Instead of pointing us to scripture for proof of the trinity, we are pointed to the trident of the Persians, with the assertion that "by this they designed to teach the idea of a trinity, and if they had the doctrine of the trinity, they must have received it by tradition from the people of God. But this is all assumed, for it is certain that the Jewish church held to no such doctrine. Says Mr. Summerbell, "A friend of mine who was present in a New York synagogue, asked the Rabbi for an explanation of the word 'elokim.' A Trinitarian clergygyman who stood by, replied, ' Why, that has reference to the three persons in the Trinity,'- when a Jew stepped forward and said he must not mention that word again, or they would have to compel him to leave the house for it was not permitted to mention the name of any strange god in the synagogue."* Milman says the idea of the Trident is fabulous.

This doctrine of the trinity was brought into the church about the same time with image worship, and keeping the day of the sun, and is but Persian doctrine remodled. It occupied about three hundred years from its introduction to bring the doctrine to what it is now. It was commenced about 325 A. D., and was not completed till 681. See Milman's Gibbon's Rome, vol. iv, p, 422. It was adopted in Spain in 589, in England in 596, in Africa in 534.—Gib. vol. iv, pp. 114, 345 Milner, vol. i, p. 519.

LA Police Gear – Atlas Tactical Christmas Stocking

Yeah, it’s not even Halloween yet, but on the other hand why wait until just after Thanksgiving to start prepping for the Christmas season? And a great, tactically-inclined way to do it is with LA Police Gear’s Atlas Tactical Christmas Stocking. An evolution of the MOLLE Elite Tactical Christmas Stocking, the Atlas features laser-cut webbing for attaching various external stocking stuffers, and a 6.5″ x 3″ Velcro loop panel for patches or name tapes. Plus, the external 3″ x 2″ x .5″ and dual 3.5″ x 1.5″ x .5″ offer even more carrying capacity, if the internal space and webbing isn’t enough.

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