Tuesday, August 3, 2010

"To the pain"

Posted By on Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 10:30 AM

IT BURNS!  The aftermath
  • GRAV WELDON
  • IT BURNS! The aftermath
THE OFFENDER:  Lewis Inferno Burger
  • Kat Robinson
  • THE OFFENDER: Lewis' Inferno Burger
I recall that phrase from my favorite movie ("The Princess Bride," if you must know) now and invoke it for this particular situation. See, I went to Lewis' Family Restaurant in Fort Smith for the pecan waffle as part of my continuing breakfast research. My photographer, Grav Weldon, went for a burger. This burger. This burger that's so quickly gained reknown it has its own club for survivors, er, people who have managed to eat the whole thing.

So once again I've gone for one story and come away with something completely different. Yeah, it's on Tie Dye Travels. It's extensive. And it includes a series of photos showing the pure heat power of this burger. Check it out if you dare.

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