The “Aaron Rodgers Burger’ features bacon, swiss, onion rings and … peanut butter?

Anwar S Richardson
August 28, 2013

So let’s say you are a Green Bay Packers player or coach approached with a unique order to raise money for your charity. And let’s say that company is Delaware North, which is one of the world's largest hospitality management companies. You are told to create the ingredients of your own hamburger, and it will be featured for a week at Curly’s Pub inside of Lambeau Field. The burger that sells out the quickest will receive an additional charity donation on top of what was promised to your charity.

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How does peanut butter on “The Aaron Rodgers Burger” with a side of cheese curds sound for lunch today?

Here are the photos and recipes for each Packer competing in this contest (courtesy of Delaware North):

The "Aaron Rodgers Burger" by Aaron Rodgers (August 24-August 29)

Ingredients: bacon, peanut butter, swiss havarti, avocado, pickles, jalapeno, crispy fried onion rings, mayo and ranch.

The "Claymaker" by Clay Matthews (August 30-September 7)

Ingredients: bacon, fried egg, cheddar cheese, avocado, lettuce, tomato and crispy fried onion rings.

Here are the previous burgers:

The "Mac Attack Burger by coach Mike McCarthy (July 27th to August 2)

Ingredients: pepperoni, pepper jack cheese, avocado, lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapeno, mayo, spicy mustard and french fries.

The "Big Grease Burger" by Ryan Pickett (August 3-9)

Ingredients: bacon, pepper jack, avocado, lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapeno, avocado and mayo.

The "Jordy Nelson Burger" by Jordy Nelson (August 10-16)

Ingredients: BBQ brisket, pepper jack, American lettuce, onion, tomato, crispy fried onion rings, mayo and BBQ Sauce.

The Corn of the Cobb Burger by Randall Cobb (August 17-23)

Ingredients: bacon, cheddar cheese, corn and BBQ Sauce.

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