If you’ve stopped at Curly’s Pub in Lambeau Field recently, you may have sampled the Aaron Rodgers burger. USA Today did a piece on it this week. Do a search for "aaron rodgers burger" and you’ll see what people are saying about it.
In fact, Rodgers, Mike McCarthy, Ryan Pickett, Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Clay Matthews all helped create their own special burgers for Curly's.
Rodgers’ burger is on sale this week. Here’s how Packers.com describes it:
"This week’s (through Aug. 30, 2013) burger was created by Aaron Rodgers and is called the 'Aaron Rodgers Burger.' It is priced at $13 and features Curly’s special Prime Blend Burger (fresh, never frozen) topped with bacon, fried egg, peanut butter, Swiss and Havarti cheese, avocado, pickle, jalapeno, crispy fried onion rings, mayo and ranch dressing. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The MACC Fund."
The site goes on to say that "only 500 burgers will be sold each week with a portion of all proceeds for that week going to the charity of their choosing. The most popular burger will receive an additional donation for their charity. Each burger will be accompanied by a commemorative photo and every 50th photo will be personally signed by the burger’s creator."
Next up? The Clay Matthews burger. Get to Green Bay to sample one for yourself.
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