Here's a meal that will certainly test America's hearty appetite for fast food.
One Los Angeles restaurateur has combined two of the country's favourite ingredients to come up with a meal that might not appeal to all taste buds.
The Bruxie food stand serves its burgers with waffles instead of a bun to provide a meal that offers breakfast and lunch on the one plate.
And creator Kelly Mullarney expects the waffle burger to go down well, even with calorie-conscious Californians.
Two for the price of one: The Bruxie burger is served in a breakfast waffle rather than the traditional bun
'Itís street food thatís perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as a dessert, mid-day snack or late-night treat,' he said.
The unusual combination has already won the backing of local foodies.
'It was crazy good,' Nancy Luna, of the Orange County Register wrote in a recent review.
It seems the latest food fad of combining unusual ingredients is sweeping from coast to coast.
Sweet satisfaction: Charles Phoenix shows off his 'cherpumple' dessert - ideal for anyone who can't make up their mind when scanning a restaurant menu
For New York - home of the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Grand Central Station - can now lay claim to another monumental construction - the cherpumple.
The three-layered tower of cherry, pumpkin and apple pies coated in 'frosting' is the creation of humourist Charles Phoenix.
'It puts the kitsch in kitchen - it intrigues and horrifies people,' Mr Phoenix told the New York Post.
'The physics of it provide a kind of "will it or wonít it collapse" situation. But if your cherpumple does collapse, you can act like it was meant to happen, and serve it with spoons.'
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