It’s a good thing Aaron Rodgers is a damn fine quarterback because he’d never make it in the culinary world. His “Aaron Rogers Burger,” featuring avocado, pickles, and peanut butter, might be the worst thing on a bun.
Each week a player or coach has been tasked with creating a signature burger for Curly’s Pub in Lambeau Field. When it came time for the QB to design his burger, he had a brain fart and just named it “Aaron Rogers Burger.” In comparison, other names include Mac Attack Burger, Big Grease Burger, Corn on the Cobb Burger, and ClayMaker. He then acted like a kid in a buffet line and added everything he liked. Many of these ingredients go incredibly well together, just not all of them at once.
It is priced at $13 and features Curly’s special Prime Blend Burger (fresh, never frozen) topped with bacon, fried egg, peanut butter, Swiss and Havarti cheese, avocado, pickle, jalapeno, crispy fried onion rings, mayo and ranch dressing. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The MACC Fund.
Damnit. You throw charity and there, and now I feel like a bad person for mocking it. Only 500 of these monstrosities will be sold though, so there’s no risk of MACC not getting their full boat of burger bucks. Plus, people in Wisconsin will eat anything. Every 50th burger sold gets a signed picture of Aaron Rogers, so you might want to order 50 just in case.