Peanut butter and jelly (or jam, as any sane Brit would call it) is as perfect a combination as there can be in sandwich form. A hamburger is the most delicious thing you can have between two buns. Is it possible that combining two perfectly delicious food things can actually backfire and be awful? I want to find out by eating this PB & J Burger from Cook With Meat.
I think it’s too weird to actually be good. The throat clogging of peanut butter with the sweetness of jelly mixed with the beefy brute flavor of a burger? Can it actually be good? Does this need to exist?
This article originally appeared on Sploid, a Gizmodo blog of delicious brain candy