Chicago restaurant garnishing burgers with communion wafers

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CHICAGO, IL – How do you like your hamburger? Most do the usual ketchup, mustard, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes…you know, the works. But a Chicago restaurant is cooking up a controversial burger.

For the month of October, Kuma’s Corner is garnishing their burger with an unconsecrated communion wafer and red wine reduction sauce.

The restaurant is known for naming their burgers after metal bands. This specific burger is named after the Swedish band ‘Ghost.’ They dress up in religious robes and wear skeleton face makeup.

Naturally, some find it in bad taste. Others aren’t taking it so literally.

But hey, if you break your diet with this bad boy, at least it might easier to forgive yourself, eh?!