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TSTW
April 14th, 2011, 01:39 PM
not a lot to say.

Anyone tried some of this shit?

http://uk.lifestyle.yahoo.com/food-drink/the-world’s-most-unhealthy-sandwiches-blog-1-sabrina-ghayour.html

otek
April 14th, 2011, 02:15 PM
While all of this is kind of ridiculous, the thing that really cracked me up was this:

http://l.yimg.com/i/i/any/blt.jpg

BLT, anyone?

:lol:


otek

Tim Halligan
April 14th, 2011, 02:27 PM
I see that the "most unhealthy" meal - the Quadruple Bypass Burger - has around 8000 calories.












Fucking wimps.







Epic Meal Time breaks the 100,000 calorie barrier with this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCxFn3sAw68


Cheers,
Tim

TSTW
April 14th, 2011, 09:45 PM
I see that the "most unhealthy" meal - the Quadruple Bypass Burger - has around 8000 calories.












Fucking wimps.







Epic Meal Time breaks the 100,000 calorie barrier with this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCxFn3sAw68


Cheers,
Tim

Nice :)

PRobb
April 14th, 2011, 10:51 PM
The Pork Hammer looks fabulous. I'd love to sit down with 2 or 3 other people and attack it.

plughead
April 15th, 2011, 12:46 AM
LOL - a topic near and dear to my heart!

There's a great diner in the east end of Toronto that's slogan is:

"probably the MOST unhealthy burger in ALL of Canada".

They have a run of the mill 2 lb burger, but the clincher is their own concocted 'Elvis Burger' with peanut butter, bananas, mayonaise, and a 4 lb. log of ground beef. It's an understatement to actually call it 'food'.

And I'm dying to try it!

Sadly, the 'boss' would never approve: might have to be after a late gig night before heading home - if I actually fit back into the car afterward...

PRobb
April 15th, 2011, 01:03 AM
LOL - a topic near and dear to my heart!

There's a great diner in the east end of Toronto that's slogan is:

"probably the MOST unhealthy burger in ALL of Canada".

They have a run of the mill 2 lb burger, but the clincher is their own concocted 'Elvis Burger' with peanut butter, bananas, mayonaise, and a 4 lb. log of ground beef. It's an understatement to actually call it 'food'.

And I'm dying to try it!

Sadly, the 'boss' would never approve: might have to be after a late gig night before heading home - if I actually fit back into the car afterward...
Really? A 2 pound burger is run of the mill?
I think that's a sign of the apocalypse.:icon_eek:

Tim Halligan
April 15th, 2011, 03:53 AM
Really? A 2 pound burger is run of the mill?
I think that's a sign of the apocalypse.:icon_eek:

Everything's bigger in America...er, Canada.


:lol:


Cheers,
Tim

otek
April 15th, 2011, 05:01 AM
....'Elvis Burger' with peanut butter, bananas, mayonaise, and a 4 lb. log of ground beef.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

majestikc
April 15th, 2011, 07:08 AM
Is it deep fried?

PRobb
April 15th, 2011, 04:39 PM
Is it deep fried?

There's a place in Brooklyn famous for deep frying anything and everything.
I went for the fish and chips, which were fantastic, and just couldn't resist. I tried the deep fried Twinkie. Just as disgusting as it sounds.

seaneldon
April 15th, 2011, 05:59 PM
An Eldo-Cave dinner earlier this week, more meat than is probably necessary...deep fried rabbit hinds and baked lamb chops basted in rabbit blood and dark beer. Also, a hot potato salad with zucchini squash and a homemade spicy mayo-y-sauce for everything.

And yes, I had seconds of everything.

Hanging the rabbits from my water heater pipe to skin them had my neighbors peering through the windows in disgust.

http://img861.imageshack.us/img861/6286/bunnylambyum.jpg

Tyrus
April 15th, 2011, 06:18 PM
Europeans know it...

American Euro Trippers love it...

Who hasn't been drunkenly delighted by a 4am Doner Kebab?

I know i've had my fair share.

That burger sandwiched between 2 grilled cheese sandwiches looks damn tasty to be honest.

PRobb
April 15th, 2011, 07:06 PM
An Eldo-Cave dinner earlier this week, more meat than is probably necessary...deep fried rabbit hinds and baked lamb chops basted in rabbit blood and dark beer. Also, a hot potato salad with zucchini squash and a homemade spicy mayo-y-sauce for everything.

And yes, I had seconds of everything.

Hanging the rabbits from my water heater pipe to skin them had my neighbors peering through the windows in disgust.

http://img861.imageshack.us/img861/6286/bunnylambyum.jpg
Where's the drooling Homer Simpson smilie? That looks amazing!

Johnny
April 15th, 2011, 07:08 PM
I'm proud to announce a Texan has figgered out how to deep-fry beer.

seaneldon
April 15th, 2011, 08:12 PM
Where's the drooling Homer Simpson smilie? That looks amazing!

Was amazing.

http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/4435/bunnygone.jpg

Tim Halligan
April 15th, 2011, 08:28 PM
I'm proud to announce a Texan has figgered out how to deep-fry beer.

Whoa!


Hold the phone.


I'll be right over!



:lol:


Cheers,
Tim

TSTW
April 17th, 2011, 02:54 AM
Whoa!


Hold the phone.


I'll be right over!



:lol:


Cheers,
Tim

yum ;)

beer batter is a traditional, quality fish batter/

Noice

otek
April 17th, 2011, 04:48 AM
That burger sandwiched between 2 grilled cheese sandwiches looks damn tasty to be honest.

Except for the fake cheese.

I remember my first few days in Florida when I had my first experience of what Americans call cheese. Fortunately, I found a good delicatessen after that.

It is also interesting how they managed to pile that much fat into a Kebab, which should essentially be fairly lean spit-roasted or grilled meat (it can also be stewed in some cases).


otek

eagan
April 17th, 2011, 06:07 PM
Except for the fake cheese.

I remember my first few days in Florida when I had my first experience of what Americans call cheese. Fortunately, I found a good delicatessen after that.


<ahem>

Not having the details of your experience, I'm guessing you're talking about the horror of what SOME Americans call "cheese".

Bleh.

We all know the stuff here. Humans in other parts of the world, I hope, have never experienced it.

The disgusting (often orange colored) syntho-pseudo "cheese food type product" mystery wonder of chemical engineering that, unfortunately, in the minds of many here, has somehow come to be thought of as "cheese".

That semi-solid goo that had to have been the failed result of some industrial experiment to come up with a cheaper general purpose sealant and gasket making/repair material.


I speak for more than a few Americans when I say "hey, man, that shit wasn't MY idea", and we have to deal with it often at times when we were actually hoping for, you know, actual food. (Along with other things, like getting a cup of coffee and asking for cream, and getting some sort of container with a mystery chemical powder compound, handed over by someone absolutely baffled if you suggest that this isn't exactly what you asked for).


JLE

PRobb
April 17th, 2011, 07:25 PM
I've seen packages that say "Cheese food product".
They need to identify it as "food" or you'd be tempted to caulk your walls with it.

Knastratt
April 17th, 2011, 07:32 PM
Except for the fake cheese.

I remember my first few days in Florida when I had my first experience of what Americans call cheese. Fortunately, I found a good delicatessen after that.

It is also interesting how they managed to pile that much fat into a Kebab, which should essentially be fairly lean spit-roasted or grilled meat (it can also be stewed in some cases).


otek

Spit-roasted (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=spit%20roasted)?