new year's resolution to seek and destroy London's finest buger offerings. Almost a year – and over 146,700 page views later – I thought I'd cast an eye back over a year of burger detecting and pick out the top five most read stories...
Wednesday, 21 December 2011
Friday, 16 December 2011
Burgermat Show earlier in the year, I've been talking to some of the artists involved about developing products, made with love here in the UK in limited numbers for discerning burger-lovers. Here's the first of those products: the Know Your Condiments tea towel brought to you by Burgerac and the super-talented Crispin Finn. Aren't they lovely?
Tuesday, 13 December 2011
Bukowski has just popped up in Box Park, a stack of shipping containers being used as retail spaces just outside Shoreditch overground train station. Bukowski describes itself as a "new-school fast slow-food American diner serving delicious burger innovations". What the heck that means is anyone's guess, so I decided I should head to Shoreditch and investigate...
Monday, 12 December 2011
While there are plans in the pipeline for a bunch of different Burgermat Show products, we have a number of very limited digital offset A3 prints that we've organised into four different packs of six prints. They're now available from London shop The Peanut Vendor. More info at www.burgermat.com
Friday, 9 December 2011
Regular Burgerac contributor Colonel Mustard remembers visits to Cheeburger Cheeburger as a student with some fondness. So when she recently stumbled across a branch of the US fast food chain in New York's JFK airport, she popped in for old times sake...
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Tuesday, 6 December 2011
Unsurprisingly these wrapping papers, available to pre-order from fledgling wrapping paper company Gift Couture, are right up my street. Yes, as its very first project the company has devised a set of five burger-themed papers. Respect!
Monday, 5 December 2011
I was in Paris for a few days so made a point of seeking out a burger or two. Simon over at Burger Anarchy used to live in the 17th arrondissement so was able to point me in the direction of a great spot just round the corner from my hotel at the foot of Montmartre, and that's where I began my Parisian adventures...