Are you offended that a trendy restaurant would create a burger of the month served with a communion wafer and red wine sauce? From NPR blogger Mark Memmott:
Kuma’s Corner, a Chicago restaurant that’s built a reputation with foodies for its venturesome dishes, “has cooked up a controversial burger of the month for October, garnishing it with an unconsecrated communion wafer and a red wine reduction sauce,” The Associated Press says.
The burger is supposed to be in honor of a Swedish heavy metal band called Ghost. … Jeff Young, who blogs at Catholic Foodie, tells the Chicago Tribune that the burger “is a mockery of something that is holy.”
Read more, and see a photo of this is-nothing-sacred menu item, here. What do you think?