# A filling Vowelburger™ Riddle

I ordered 5 Vowelburgers™ with buns, cheese and meat - help me identify each one from the menu!

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Inspired by Avi’s Vowelburger™ Riddle

Today's Vowelburger comes with:

A P bun and a K bun and with meat C.

I think they are

A - PACK
E - PECK
I - PICK (like "cream of the crop")
O - POCK
U - PUCK

• I was thinking the same. Why I and U though? – Karan Atree Feb 21 at 13:19
• Wow, that's a fast answer! – David Feb 21 at 13:20
• @KaranAtree Cream means "the very best of a group of people or things" like "cream of the crop". I've also added a link for U – hexomino Feb 21 at 13:20
• Got it. Kudos on the great (and speedy) answer! – Karan Atree Feb 21 at 13:21
• Since the OP stated, cheese and meat along with buns, in contrast to only meat (as in the original puzzle), you ought to split your two-letter buns to a meat and a bun (+1) – Ébe Isaac Feb 21 at 14:25