Food of the Eighties, Space Burger
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All non-chain burger stores in Scandinavia introduced the Space Burger in the early 80's. Consisted of a circular slice of pineapple on top of a well-stuffed and mayo-dressing-soaked quarterpounder. Tasted pretty weird, but as kids we loved that. This was HUGE over here
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louie - July 07, 2012 - Report this comment
spaceburgers mechines were made 4 the 1962 seattle world fair,because of the space needle !i would like to buy one !anyone with info. please let me know. @ louie.049@hotmail.com
Margaret - August 31, 2014 - Report this comment
I remember as a child, visiting a drive-in in North Seattle, on Old Hwy 99, that served Space Burgers. It was a sealed disk with a meat pasty type filling that was WONDERFUL! I can almost still taste that burger and have often wondered about finding the recipe or how it was made. I didn't realize there was a specific machine - but I guess that makes sense because of the way it was sealed.
Margaret - August 31, 2014 - Report this comment
Louie - Check the Lioness Club in Moses Lake, Washington - they have the machines and make the burgers for fundraisers.

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