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Quentin Tarantino is known for a great many things in his movies. You can usually count on quite a bit of violence, some unique way of storytelling and on more than one occasion, a presumably tasty burger. The burger in question first showed up in 1994's Pulp Fiction and came from a chain of restaurants known as Big Kahuna Burger. Now, a fan of Quentin Tarantino's movies has made that fictional burger a reality.
A YouTuber by the name of Andrew Rea recently posted a video to his YouTube channel in which, he actually makes a Big Kahuna Burger. For some reason, he includes a clip of the Frasier theme song in the beginning of the video, but then he does a more logical cutaway to the famous Pulp Fiction scene in which Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) eats the burger and reveals that it is from a "Hawaiian burger joint. »
Anyone who has watched more than one of Quentin Tarantino’s films knows about the Big Kahuna Burger. But, for those who don’t happen to be fans of the filmmaker or simply have not paid enough attention, this is a fictional chain of Hawaiian-themed fast food restaurants that have appeared in at least four of Tarantino’s movies: “Death Proof,” “Four Rooms,” “Pulp Fiction” and “Reservoir Dogs.”
It is the delicious-looking burger that Samuel L. Jackson’s character, Jules Winnfield, takes away from a terrified guy named Brett (Frank Whaley) in a scene from 1994’s iconic “Pulp Fiction.” “Hamburgers, the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast,” says Jackson’s character before asking »
- Yoselin Acevedo
The Big Kahuna Burger is one of many recurring figures that establish a consistent universe among Quentin Tarantino’s movies, along with the Vega brothers and Red Apple cigarettes. The Hawaiian burger joint pops up in Death Proof, Four Rooms, Pulp Fiction, and Reservoir Dogs, as well as Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn. It’s the burger that Samuel L. Jackson maliciously takes a huge bite out of while tormenting a chap named Brett early in Pulp Fiction. “This is a tasty burger!” Jackson tells the terrified man. If you would like to make that tasty burger and experience the joy that Jules did, a new video is here to help.
The video sort of cheats, since, by its own admission, the Big Kahuna Burger itself is not exactly inspiring—just some cheese and ketchup. It jazzes it up by smashing the beef against a smoking hot cast-iron »
- Clayton Purdom
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