I'm really glad they decided to do this. The burger consists of: 8 oz Sweet BBQ-glazed Island Beef Patty, Sweet Onion Marmalade, Housemade Potato Chips, Crispy Bacon, Gouda, Beefsteak Tomato, Greenleaf Lettuce, Roasted Garlic Mayonnaise, Pickle Slices on a Toasted Black and White Sesame Seed Bun, topped with a Bacon-wrapped, Cheese-stuffed Wonton and Cherry Tomato.
I've had their burgers the past couple of years and they always rank near the top of the heap and this one is no exception. The mix of sweet from the BBQ glaze and marmalade mixed well with the tang of the garlic mayo. The burger itself was cooked to perfection and the bacon wrapped cheese wonton was a nice topper.
If you are in the Morell area or have a chance to get to their food truck I would highly recommend trying out this burger. The Holy Cow knows how to cook a great burger and this years creation is worth a try.
Thankful that the crew from Holy Cow Restaurant in Morell decided to send their food truck west to spread @PEIBurgerLove goodness. Really enjoyed "Mr. Irresisti-bull" today for a late lunch. #PEIBurgerLove pic.twitter.com/hb9EK4p8eN— Rod Gallant (@Rod_Gallant) April 2, 2018