Food

Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs

July 3, 2009 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Food |

Outside of every club in Hollywood at 2am you will find these little carts cooking up sizzling artery clogging goodness ready to be consumed by legions of drunken clubbers and bar gnomes. A long slab of bacon wrapped around a hearty hot dog and sloppily topped with grilled onions and all the condiments your heart could desire….its as simple as that and I have to say that it is one of the most delicious hot dogs you will wrap your mouth around



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Breakfast Sushi

June 22, 2009 | No Comments » | Topics: Food |

Bacon, egg, hash browns and rice rolled into sushi = pure awesomeness!

breakfast sushi

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The Sasquatch Burger!

April 23, 2009 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Food |

the sasquatch burger

This monster creation known as The Sasquatch Burger from The Lodge in Scottsdale, Arizona, smushes a half-pound of Angus chuck, cheese, bacon, and fried onion sticks between two whole grilled cheese sandwiches. Eating one of these will supposedly fortify you with 1,995 calories, 155 grams of fat, and 371 mg of cholesterol, all of which will probably make your pants expand a couple of sizes before you even leave.

Put this Behemoth blender and i’ll chug it the fcuk down….there will be no survivors!!!

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The Om Nom Heart Attack: The Two-Pound Cheeseburger

April 14, 2009 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Food, main, Sports, WTF |

two pound cheeseburger

I present to you the Om Nom Heart Attack: A Two Pound Cheeseburger! Take a McDonald’s Quarter Pounder, times that by 8 and you get… a DOUBLE POUNDER! The beast needed two McNuggets boxes to contain it. You think it looks hard to eat?
Imagine it on the way out. It would be like clenching a grenade in your ass and pulling the pin.

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Top 10 Ramen Recipies

March 31, 2009 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Food, List |

top ramen recipes

Ramen can be used as the cornerstone for every simple, delicious and most importantly of all, cheap meal. Here are 10 simple yet delicious recipies for Ramen that could satisfy any anyone looking to save a buck or two.

1. RAMEN AND CHEESE
Cook 1 pkg. Ramen Noodles in water for 5 minutes. Drain. Add 1/2 cup grated cheese and 1/4 cup milk. Heat. Stir until cheese is melted. Serves one.

2. RAMEN SPAGHETTI
Cook a brick of Ramen Noodles for each person. Drain the noodles when done. Place in center of a plate. Add some butter, salt, and pepper, and some heated canned spaghetti sauce and toss well to mix ingredients. Serve with garlic toast and a green salad.

3. RAMEN THAI
Cook 2 pkg. Ramen Oriental with flavor packets. Do not drain. Add 2 Tbsp. soy sauce, 2 Tbsp. peanut butter, 1 Tbsp. brown sugar, 1/2 tsp. lemon peel or lemongrass, and 1/2 tsp. cayenne or hot sauce. Mix well. Garnish with chopped peanuts and a few chives.

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Caveman Worthy Food: The McGangbang

March 18, 2009 | No Comments » | Topics: Food |

mcgangbang

I found this hunker on EatMeDaily.com. Basically its a McChicken Sandwich stuffed inside a double cheeseburger and both items are on the dollar menu, so the total price of one of these babies comes out to $2.16. It gets the Cavmean stamp of approval for size, craftiness and value.

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Caveman Worthy Food: Animal Style Fries

March 12, 2009 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Food |

animal style fries

If any item is to be championed as the successor to the almighty bacon, it would definitely have to be the Animal Style Fries from In-N-Out….pure artery clogging godness. Animal Style….What does that mean? Your tray of fries comes topped with a mass of melty cheese, grilled onions, and a heart-stopping ladle of Thousand Island dressing. The Animal Style Fries from In-N-Out is part of their ‘secret menu’. Here are a list of the other items you can find on their secret menu:

“3-by-3” = three meat patties and three slices of cheese.

“4-by-4” = four meat patties and four slices of cheese.

“2-by-4” = two meat patties and four slices of cheese.

*Note: You may get a burger with the exact number of meat patties or cheese slices you want (up to 4×4). Just tell the In-N-Out Burger cashier how many meat patties and how much cheese you want and that is what you’ll get! For instance, if you want 4 pieces of meat and 3 pieces of cheese tell them you want a “4-by-3.”

“Double Meat” = like a Double Double without cheese.

“3 by Meat” = three meat patties and no cheese.

“Animal Style” = the meat is cooked and fried with mustard and then pickles are added, extra spread and grilled onions are added.

“Animal Style Fries” = fries with cheese, spread, grilled onions and pickles (if you ask for them).

“Protein Style” = for all you low-carbohydrate dieters, this is a burger with no bun (wrapped in lettuce).

“Flying Dutchman” = two meat patties, two slices of melted cheese and nothing else – not even a bun!

Fries “Well-Done” = extra crispy fries . . . even better than the regular!

Fries “Light” = opposite of fries well-done, more raw than most people like ’em

“Grilled Cheese” = no meat, just melted cheese, tomato, lettuce and spread on a bun.

“Veggie Burger” = burger without the patty or cheese. Sometimes we call this the “Wish Burger.”

“Neapolitan” Shake = strawberry, vanilla and chocolate mixed together.

 

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