Would this work?

#1 Posted by Zigsfi (10 posts) -

A burger with Cheese in the bun. Like cheese in the crust of a pizza, but for burgers. How does that sound?

#2 Posted by crusader8463 (14327 posts) -

Messy, and sexual if it was oozy and mozzarella.

#3 Posted by Pie (6937 posts) -

What about if the bun was just cheese

#4 Posted by crusader8463 (14327 posts) -

Best way to do that would be to lace the bun with thin strips length wise. if not you would ether have too little to taste or so much it over powers the rest of the burger.

#5 Posted by Kohe321 (3522 posts) -

No, I think it's physically impossible. Damn physics.

#6 Posted by JokerClown88 (1051 posts) -

A piece of mashed up beef in a bun, sure. 
 
But cheese throws off the laws of Physics.  It would be the end of the world as we know it if such a combo ever exists.
#7 Posted by Fezz (440 posts) -

The diner in my town used to have that. It wasn't as good as it sounds.

#8 Posted by TheHBK (5416 posts) -

It would have to be the right cheese for the burger.  But it would not be as gooey as it would directly on the meat.  American or cheddar?  The best way to try it is to cut over the bun and insert the cheese and see how that works.  Although I believe that the best way cheese is to be enjoyed is when it melting on top of the meat.
#9 Posted by Mrnitropb (2090 posts) -

You could use fried mozzarella fritters as the bun, and skip the bread. but it would likely kill you.

#10 Posted by HT101 (1150 posts) -
@Mrnitropb: Buy you sure would die a happy person though.
#11 Posted by natetodamax (19142 posts) -

What about replace the buns with the meat and put the buns where they meat is supposed to go?

#12 Posted by TheMustacheHero (6654 posts) -
@Pie said:
" What about if the bun was just cheese "
Then you couldn't hold it. 
@natetodamax said:
" What about replace the buns with the meat and put the buns where they meat is supposed to go? "
That's dumb.
#13 Posted by natetodamax (19142 posts) -
@TheMustacheHero: Not if the meat is from a galtrovian space slug.
#14 Edited by TheMustacheHero (6654 posts) -
@natetodamax said:

" @TheMustacheHero: Not if the meat is from a galtrovian space slug. "

Then it would be like jelly, and that would be really messy.
#15 Posted by natetodamax (19142 posts) -
@TheMustacheHero said:
" @natetodamax said:

" @TheMustacheHero: Not if the meat is from a galtrovian space slug. "

Then it would be like jelly, and that would be really messy. "
Not if you freeze it in a carbon radiation tank for 2 weeks.
#16 Posted by TheMustacheHero (6654 posts) -
@natetodamax said:
" @TheMustacheHero said:
" @natetodamax said:

" @TheMustacheHero: Not if the meat is from a galtrovian space slug. "

Then it would be like jelly, and that would be really messy. "
Not if you freeze it in a carbon radiation tank for 2 weeks. "
With all that work for that,, it better be a goooood burger.
#17 Posted by AgentJ (8778 posts) -

That sounds like it could be pretty yummy. Get on it!

#18 Posted by Gamer_152 (13977 posts) -

Personally I don't really see what's wrong with just having a slice of cheese on top of/underneath the meat patty. Putting it in the bun just sounds like making things needlessly messy and eating burgers can be a pretty messy business to begin with.

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#19 Posted by CharleyTony (923 posts) -

I think it would be great,,  
 
not really hamburger related but subway does have cheese infused bread... just bring some real meat to that place and you can try it out

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