After Lum’s shock of serving his world infamous Lumburger to the famous food critic, Duncan Hines, he’s recovering from his swoon today.
Despite the shabby treatment by Lum, Abner tells how Duncan Hines thinks the Lumburger is a trademark menu item that will make the restaurant famous. If that don’t beat the bus a fighting. Duncan Hines even wants the recipe.
Lum’s ego swings from low to high as he dreams about the world wide fame that’s sure to come his way. After all the great ideas that he has had in his life, has he finally hit on one that’s so simple, and a sure thing to success? Lum reviews other famous inventers, and the things that made them famous. Alexander Graham Bell inventing the graham cracker, Isaac Newton inventing the fig newtons, and others. A phone call from grandpap seems to indicate that Lum’s restaurant is booming with people demanding his Lumburger. There’s just one little problem, what goes into a Lumburger anyway?