Just when you think America has outdone itself, you're hit with perhaps its most gluttonous creation yet: a Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe.
Yes, the country that brought you KFC's Double Down and the Baconator burger has gone to new heights in fatty fare — slapping ground beef in a glazed donut bun and topping it, yes, with cheese.
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The Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe is the brainchild of Chef "Chicken" Charlie Boghosian, also known as California's "deep-fry king."
It's being sold by Chicken Charlie's at the San Diego County Fair.
According to The Consumerist, it's unclear whether it will ever be available in restaurants.
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But if you get to the fair by July 4, you can sample this heart attack on a plate yourself.
News of the meaty confectionary concoction comes days after National Doughnut Day and a week after Dunkin' Donuts unveiled its own artery-clogging disaster — a bacon doughnut sandwich.