How to make your own Twisted Burger mascot

There are many mascots out there, and many are a little too twisted.

The Burger King mascot, for example, looks like a twisted version of a hamburger.

But there are plenty of other things you can do to turn your twisted burger into something even more delicious.

Here are five of my favorite twisted burgers that you can whip up yourself.

1.

Bacon Bacon is a protein and is usually used to flavor foods, but it can also be used to make a flavor, like the Bacon Buns.

They’re great on their own, too, if you’re trying to add some bacon to your food.

2.

Chicken-Fried Chicken is another meaty meaty protein, often found in fried chicken sandwiches, burgers, and other entrees.

This is also one of the most delicious and versatile meats.

Chicken can be used for all sorts of things, but the best chicken fried chicken sandwich recipe I’ve found is from the Food Network show The Kitchen Rules.

3.

Spicy Spicy sauce is another kind of protein, and is also usually used for dipping, as well as topping burgers, burgers and other dishes.

It can also add a nice tang to dishes, like grilled chicken, chicken salad, chicken nuggets, chicken burgers, or other entree dishes.

4.

Cornbread Cornbread is a staple in many countries, especially in the United States.

It’s often used to fill breads, or serve as a filling for breads and rolls, and in some countries, it’s also used to coat meatloaf or other meats.

I love cornbread recipes like these, too.

5.

Corn on the Cob This recipe is great because it’s easy to make, and it comes together quickly.

Just follow these instructions and you’ll be good to go!

Here are the steps: In a food processor, pulse together all of the ingredients, including the bacon and corn.

Blend until smooth.

If you’re using dry ingredients, like cornmeal, pulse until you have a coarse texture.

Pour the batter into a 9-inch springform pan, filling the entire pan and then spreading the batter out evenly.

Bake for 35 to 40 minutes, until the bread is golden brown.

Cool for about 10 minutes.

Top with shredded lettuce and drizzle with cheese. Enjoy!