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article imageDonut burger available at Slater's 50/50 during football season

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By Leigh Goessl     Sep 18, 2012 in Food
Anaheim - A restaurant has announced it is offering a special breakfast menu item during the American football season, a Donut Burger.
According to a Facebook announcement, the California-based Slater's 50/50 restaurant will be serving up the Donut Burger, complete with a burger patty, egg, and bacon sandwiched between two glazed donuts. This burger will be available on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to noon.
The burger itself is made of a "50/50 patty" which is half bacon, half beef, which is a signature item for this eatery. The sandwich is priced at $9.95 (menu courtesy of Laughing Squid).
The restaurant was founded in Anaheim Hills, California and has opened up a San Diego and Huntington Beach location, so unless you already live in Southern California and are feeling adventurous about calorie and fat-heavy food, you'll have to travel to try one of these three locations.
Although, donut burgers seem to be an emerging trend. The Inquisitr reported the Big KahunaDonut Burger made its debut at the New York State fair this year, bringing with it a whopping 15,000 calories.
"Slater’s 50/50′s concoction is bound to be a little lighter on the gut [compared with the BigKahunaDonut Burger] since it doesn’t include a quarter pound patty but it still can’t be the best way to start your day," the Inquisitr wrote.
State Fairs are notorious for various types of fried food concoctions, however it seems this is possibly becoming a trend for restaurant fare too.
Not into a donut burger? How about a Slater's 50/50 pancake chicken sandwich, complete with bacon and egg (and what looks to be syrup).
Would you try the Donut Burger? Or one like it?
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