Sunday, January 29, 2006

"The Collosal Colon Blocker Combo"

A close up picture of The Quadruple C Burger

More pictures of the The Quadruple C Burger


Here's a pic of a burger appropriately known as the "The Quadruple C" served at Dangerous Dan's Diner in Toronto. (Measured at to be about 6 inches in height)

( From the menu, it's a 24oz burger served with a quarter pound of cheese, a quarter pound of bacon, and 2 fried eggs - yikes. For those that want to be a hero, you can order the "Collossal Colon Clogger Combo" which, along with the Quadruple C burger, comes with a "small" poutine and a large shake.

For the less adventurouse, Dangerous Dan also offers what's known as the "Coronary burger" that is made of 2 8oz Patties, 4 Slices of Bacon, 2 Slices of Cheddar and a Fried Egg on top.

To be honest, I didn't actually eat this thing (the quadruple C), but a family member of mine did. It took him over half an hour just to eat the burger without ever touching the fries and gravy. During the meal, the urge to hurl was ever present. Oddly enough, this was caputred all on video - I'll try to get it soon. The next day (and for several days thereafter), he didn't really want to eat anymore. He only wanted to have soup. I guess it didn't help that his burps smelled and tasted like burger.

The funny thing about the menu is that at the very bottom, it says "Dangerous Dan's uses 100% Canola Oil" - I guess it helps in grand scheme of things....or not.

Anyway, I have no rating to give just yet. However, I do plan on going sometime in the near future after I stock up on some metamucil.

Who wants to go check out grease pits and rate nachos around Toronto?


To be honest, this is my very first blog. I'm not sure what I'm doing, so I guess I'll just stick with something everyone likes - food. At the moment, there are hundreds of well known and obscure grease pits around the city just waiting to be discovered - by myself. Yeah it's true, eating deep fried food over three times a day isn't exacltly helping me win a gold medal or anything, but who cares? Come to think of it, you know things are going down the drain when you're daily serving of vegetables is the carrot that's served with the wings. Anyway, the purpose (if any) is to provide everyone with an highly unscientific rating of the local bar/grease pit food scene in Toronto. I'll probably be wrong most of the time...oh well.