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5 epic burgers you can eat at the CNE this year

When the CNE rolls into town each year we know we can expect some outrageous eats. Among the crazy creations are countless burgers that leave us pondering, how will that fit in my mouth? From burgers rocking churro buns to ones topped with Greek fries, the sky is the limit for these epic offerings.

Here are my picks for some of the most epic burgers you can eat at the CNE.

Threesome Burger
Corrado's monstrous burger combines Greek, Italian and Canadian ingredients. A ground beef meatball patty is piled high with house-cut Greek fries, Canadian mac and cheese, ketchup, coleslaw and bacon.

Churro Burger CNE

Churro Burger
Epic Burgers & Waffles and I Love Churros collaborate on this sweet and savoury masterpiece. It's a classic cheeseburger on two churro buns.

Ramen Burger CNE

Ramen Burger
The infamous ramen burger has finally landed in Toronto courtesy of Yatai Street Food. Ramen noodles are formed into a bun and topped with a grilled beef patty, lettuce, pickled cabbage, processed cheese and drizzled in a special sauce.

Bad Boy Burger CNE

Bad Boy Burger
This epic creation debuted at Bub's Badass Burgers in 2015 and can still be seen being devoured throughout the food building. It's a spicy cheeseburger and fried chicken sandwiched between Jamaican patties.

Pig Mac Burger CNE

Pig Mac Burger
If you're fan of bacon this burger is for you. Bacon Nation serves up a bacon-beef patty topped with strips of maple bacon, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and BBQ sauce on a bacon studded bun.

What did I miss? Add your favourite epic burger from The Ex in the comments.

Photos by Miranda Whist, Jesse Milns and @finest_one.


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