Legendary hot-dog restaurant Callahan’s is charity a gigantic pants-busting burger until a finish of November that radically stuffs an whole Thanksgiving feast between a bun.
Dubbed a “Feast Beast” burger – promoted with the aphorism “Who is going to feast like a savage this November?” – a sandwich packs 10 ounces of breaded-and-fried ground turkey filled with homemade virtuoso bread stuffing into a sourdough hurl along with traditional Thanksgiving trimmings: mashed potatoes, turkey gravy and cranberry sauce.
“It’s ridiculous,” pronounced owners Daniel DeMiglio, who brought back the long-shuttered Callahan’s 4 years ago, initial as a food truck, afterwards a year after as a brick-and-mortar grill in Norwood. “I had a half of one yesterday and never felt so sleepy and full in my life.” With his evil enthusiasm, DeMiglio added, “This is a best thing to occur to Thanksgiving given Thanksgiving.”
The Feast Beast follows three other over-the-top burgers Callahan has introduced in a past year: a Mac Burger, a pressed truffle Gouda mac-and-cheese burger ball; Cap’n Crunch Fried Chicken Burger, ground duck patty deep-fried in Cap’n Crunch cereal crumbs, dipped in a sugar sriracha glaze, and sandwiched between dual thick slabs of white bread with slimey Munster cheese; and the Now Tater burger done with tater kid buns, caramelized onions, queso dip, smoked whiskey ketchup, bacon, lettuce, tomato and pickles. They are all a creations of executive cook Daniel Fabian.
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“He strike it out of a round park with a Beast,” DeMiglio said. “It’s comfort food during a finest.”
Asked how many calories a burger has, DeMiglio quipped, “It’s one Weight Watchers point.”
And if it’s not adequate of a feast for you, DeMiglio pronounced he is throwing in – for giveaway – a side of pecan cake fries: boiled honeyed potatoes swathed in a chef’s pecan cake reduction served with a dollop of Cool Whip. “So we get dessert too.” The burger costs $15.
Callahan’s is located during 10 Broad St, Norwood, 844-468-3641 callahanshotdogs.com
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