A restaurant chain in Canada is serving a burger stuffed with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups


Oh, Canada.

Ontario burger restaurant The Works has a new special on its menu: the Reese PBC. It’s a hamburger —you know, ground beef — stuffed with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Candy.


Here’s a look at the strange sandwich. You can see the cups oozing out of the burger in the picture.

Pork and chocolate, together again!

Wait; what?

A Borders butcher has created an “eggsperimental” delicacy to mark Easter.

On sale at Foston’s Fine Meats in Duns are scotch eggs – with a chocolate twist.

For butcher Greg Foston has replaced the traditional hens’ eggs with Cadbury’s Creme Eggs.

He has wrapped the Easter treats with sweet chilli pork meat which, he claims, compliments the chocolate “perfectly”.


Australian paleontologists can be paid in chocolate

Who knew?

In 1987, paleontologist Tom Rich was leading a dig at Dinosaur Cove southwest of Melbourne when student Helen Wilson asked him what reward she’d get if she found a dinosaur jaw. He said he’d give her a kilo (2.2 pounds) of chocolate. She did, and he did.

Encouraged, the students asked Rich what they’d get if they found a mammal bone. These are fairly rare among dinosaur fossils in Australia, so Rich rashly promised a cubic meter of chocolate — 35 cubic feet, or about a ton.

The cove was “dug out” by 1994, and paleontologists shut down the dig. Rich sent a curious unclassified bone, perhaps a turtle humerus, to two colleagues, who recognized it as belonging to an early echidna, or spiny anteater — a mammal.

Pork sausage and chocolate, together again!

Wait; what?

Have a butchers at Graham Eyes’ cracking Easter invention – Scotch Creme Eggs.

The creative meat man proved he’s not chicken of trying new things and regularly sweetens up his customers with seasonal treats.

Graham, from Southport, Merseyside, has created the wacky Easter-themed snacks in a bid to entice more customers through the doors of his shop.

The 53-year-old is renowned for his unusual concoctions and, after the success of last year’s Cadbury’s Mini Egg sausages, he decided to put his thinking cap on once again.

His latest offering is a Cadbury’s Creme Egg, wrapped in sausage meat – or not, for those watching their waistlines – and flavoured with a variety of seasonings.