Sean Evans, Matty Matheson, and Miss Info Judge a Stunt Burger Showdown


When it comes to food on the Internet, the bigger and bolder—and more rainbow colors—the better. It’s a formula that’s spawned a wave of “Stunt Food”—food whose sole purpose is to rack up likes on your Instagram feed. Chefs may not crave this kind of food, but it’s no secret that they’re also natural competitors. When they see something on their social feed, their first instinct is to say “I can do it better.” So in the spirit of duking it out in the kitchen, Alvin goes head-to-head with Top Chef alum Ilan Hall to see who has the chops to make the craziest, most gonzo Stunt Burger. And they’ve got an all-star panel of judges—Sean Evans, Matty Matheson, Miss Info—to see if they’ve gone too far.

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  1. Wow, the burgers were lackluster. What caught my attention most was listening to them talk about likes and DM's and how they would just put up whatever to get some more IG followers. I mean, I know the reality of the IG celebrities and everything but I don't have to like it. 😛 The thing was the fact that these people are supposedly informing people about food, etc. and they just straight up tell us that they will just put up whatever will get more likes (like he said, it has to be more offensive lol). Congratulations, your IG accounts are tantamount to freeway accidents that people just can't help but slow down to see. I'll stick with Alton Brown from now on. I used to really like Hot Ones until I saw Sean in this video. Anyway, hate if ya want.

  2. Banh mi means bread in Vietnamese, I know because I am Vietnamese. You just made a Bread Poutine Burger.

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