11 9 / 2014

eataku:

Burger King Japan first tested “Black Burgers” about two years ago, so when I saw their press release about another go-round starting next week, I didn’t think it was even worth mentioning. Been there, done that, right?
Boy, was I wrong!
Just saw this story mentioned on NBC! A Japanese gimmick burger on national news?! (So many of you may have already seen this by now.)
I guess what’s different this time around is the black cheese.
Yes, black cheese!
Made with the same bamboo charcoal they use to color the buns, supposedly.
These new versions also are also topped with a squid ink and garlic sauce.
The patties are made with copious amounts of black pepper, just like last time.
The “Black Pearl” comes plain for maximum blackness. It’ll set you back about five bucks.
The “Black Diamond” is topped with lettuce, onion, tomato and mayo to help make you feel healthier downing one. It’s also about two dollars more.
On sale September 19th nationwide.
Image courtesy of burgerkingjapan.co.jp

eataku:

Burger King Japan first tested “Black Burgers” about two years ago, so when I saw their press release about another go-round starting next week, I didn’t think it was even worth mentioning. Been there, done that, right?

Boy, was I wrong!

Just saw this story mentioned on NBC! A Japanese gimmick burger on national news?! (So many of you may have already seen this by now.)

I guess what’s different this time around is the black cheese.

Yes, black cheese!

Made with the same bamboo charcoal they use to color the buns, supposedly.

These new versions also are also topped with a squid ink and garlic sauce.

The patties are made with copious amounts of black pepper, just like last time.

The “Black Pearl” comes plain for maximum blackness. It’ll set you back about five bucks.

The “Black Diamond” is topped with lettuce, onion, tomato and mayo to help make you feel healthier downing one. It’s also about two dollars more.

On sale September 19th nationwide.

Image courtesy of burgerkingjapan.co.jp

11 9 / 2014

10 9 / 2014

upnorthtrips:

INDUSTRY RULE #4080

(via three-hunna)

10 9 / 2014

eyesontherim:

Chauncey Billups announces his retirement after a 17 year career in the NBA. Many people were given the name “Big Shot” but few lived it as well as he did. Considered by many (myself included) to be one of the 50 greatest point guards and leaders of all time. He wasn’t as flashy as the rest, but he knew how to control the rhythm of the game as good as anyone. Those early-2000s Pistons were about as dominant as possible. They were a force of nature given direction by this man. Enjoy the cool breeze and palm trees Chauncey. You deserve it. 

eyesontherim:

Chauncey Billups announces his retirement after a 17 year career in the NBA. Many people were given the name “Big Shot” but few lived it as well as he did. Considered by many (myself included) to be one of the 50 greatest point guards and leaders of all time. He wasn’t as flashy as the rest, but he knew how to control the rhythm of the game as good as anyone. Those early-2000s Pistons were about as dominant as possible. They were a force of nature given direction by this man. Enjoy the cool breeze and palm trees Chauncey. You deserve it. 

(via three-hunna)

10 9 / 2014

bombshellbootys:

Dolly Castro

bombshellbootys:

Dolly Castro

10 9 / 2014

(Source: psyducker, via three-hunna)

10 9 / 2014

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10 9 / 2014

mercedesbenz:

The Inside Job.
Interior design of the new Mercedes-AMG GT.
[Mercedes-AMG GT | Combined fuel consumption: 9.6-9.3 l/100 km | CO2 emission: 224-216 g/km | http://mb4.me/EfficiencyStatement]

mercedesbenz:

The Inside Job.

Interior design of the new Mercedes-AMG GT.

[Mercedes-AMG GT | Combined fuel consumption: 9.6-9.3 l/100 km | CO2 emission: 224-216 g/km | http://mb4.me/EfficiencyStatement]

10 9 / 2014

09 9 / 2014