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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-22-2008, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Exhaustburger: cooking while driving!

Reclaim the heat lost through your car's tailpipe and use it to cook a good ol' fashioned hamburger. The device plugs straight into your tailpipe, collecting the heat to cook your meat, as the exhaust fumes pass right through. The clamshell design supposedly keeps your patty safe from the hazardous gases, but I'm not sure your cheeseburger won't end up with a little of that flavorful smoggy goodness.

The Exhaustburger was submitted into Designboom's 'Dining in 2015' design competition, which sought out futuristic kitchen and cooking tools. The Iranian team that came up with the Exhaustburger might have just changed the way we grill forever -- just imagine what you could do with dual exhaust!




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A BMW M v8 header.


Reminds me of the Buell :P



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those fumes would make the burger taste gross, unless it was biofuel


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It says the fumes don't get to the burger, just the heat.



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Re: Exhaustburger: cooking while driving!

Wife: "Where you going Joe?"

Husband: "Oh, I am gonna drive around the block for an hour and cook dinner."

Wife: "Don't forget I like mine well done!"

Husband: "Damn you nag. Go drive your own burger, I'm almost out of gas."


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LOL

taste the meat and not the heat

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I dont care to get under the car everytime I want to cook. This have been thought of before, where people travel across states to there families while cooking a roast under the hood. Pull over every few hours and baste then resume driving

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