Thursday, April 24, 2014

The Story Behind The Stinkburger

Over the years I've come to learn that when Ray gets excited about something he truly gets passionate about it.  And of course politics are no different. While I'm in no mood or position to ever debate politics, it's always entertaining to sit and listen to him rant a
Obama Calls Republicans' Healthcare And Economic Plans 'Stinkburger' And 'Meanwich'
Obama Calls Republicans' Healthcare And Economic Plans 'Stinkburger' And 'Meanwich'
nd rave over liberal and conservative issues that are making headlines. Just recently president Obama referred to the Republican Party trying to repeal Obamacare for the 50th time, and proclaimed that the information they are feeding us could be referred to as a "stink burger."  

Ray had been pitching a burger with Limburger ( I think he likes it ) for quite a while so what better opportunity to sell the "Stink Burger". He said just dedicate it to political discourse.  

Limburger is a famous German cheese notable for its pungent smell. This cheese became notable in America due to the German settlers settling in Wisconsin where the only two Limburger manufacturers in the us can be found, one of them in Monroe Wisconsin. Traditionally the cheese is allowed to age and ferment for 3 months so the cheese becomes spreadable and is served on rye bread with red onions. While we can't promise you it'll leave you with fresh breath, we can assure you that it would live up to the now infamous stink burger. Smell you later.

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