Game of Thrones Kaleesi Burger

May 20, 2014

Category: Food

If you’re a vegetarian, you’re gonna like this. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you’re gonna like this. And if by chance you’re a vegetarian who’s also a Game of Thrones fan, you’ll probably need to change your boxers in a minute.

The deliciously mad food scientists at PornBurger have come up with an edible salute to dragon mother Daenerys Targaryen, the character known as Khaleesi to her Dothraki loyalists on the hit HBO show. While meatless, the burger’s ingredients list still oozes with decadence. Stacked high are berberre-rubbed dinosaur kale patty, crisped shiitake “bacon,” beet gratin with Red Dragon cheese, heirloom tomato, and sumac aioli. We can’t deny it looks incredible, but whether you think this burger actually looks better than actress Emilia Clarke will likely depend on both your sexual and culinary persuasions.

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