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Burger King Pumpkin Burger: Have it Your Way

by Conner Flynn

It’s that crazy time of the year once again. Spooky costumes, haunted houses, bags full of candy, a pumpkin burger from Burger King. Wait, what? That’s right. The Burger King Pumpkin Burger is only available in Japan, and only for a limited time – unless it’s a big hit – then they will just serve it year round and start counting their stacks of money.


I never thought of combining a hamburger with pumpkin before, myself. I’m not sure how that would taste. Guess folks in Japan will soon find out. Starting next Friday, for a limited time only, Burger King Japan customers can buy a seasonal BK Pumpkin Burger.

It consists of two slices of fried kabocha squash (Japanese pumpkin) with bacon, lettuce, a beef patty, and special sauce made from sesame seeds, peanuts, almonds, cashews, and hazelnuts. Wanna give it a try? It’s just 310 to 590 yen (~$4 to $7 USD), plus the cost of a round trip ticket to Japan.

[via Eater via Gawker]

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