Pita Burger

10 05 2011

Today is Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s independence day.

In this day it’s traditional to have a cook-out during which many  pitas are spread with hummus and stuffed with meat, salad and chips.

During last year’s celebrations I made a great discovery which will change the course of human history! A half defrosted hamburger split down the middle on the grill presenting a void just waiting to be filled.

So without further ado and in keeping with this blog’s mandate of dealing with things that begin with the letter P, I’m proud to introduce the Pita-Burger!


The world's first(?) Pita-Burger

This invention allows saving that resource which is always most scarce during barbecues, stomach real-estate, by leaving the pita out of the picture.

I was going to patent this stroke of genius and retire on my millions but unfortunately a friend of mine (NKA The Dude) pointed out that there was prior art.




One response

10 05 2011
Yossie Horwitz

Awesome! Looking forward to more food-related “P” posts. For starters, how about Pinot Noir, Pinotage, Prosecco or Phylloxera?


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