Oct 11, 2010
Got any other heart-stoppingly spectacular culinary combos to share?
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Category: Food & Drink
Have a webpage full of them: http://www.thisiswhyyourefat.com/
I can’t stand it myself, but did feel obligated to share the horror.
Oh yeah! I’d forgotten about that site. Thanks for the reminder….I think.
Thanks for that link! Sadly, this is exactly what some in my family consume as snack food. My bro will especially get a laugh out of it. I think he’s made that all bacon sandwich a few times.
OMG… I’m… I’m… getting really hungry.
Bacon-wrapped hotdogs are amazing. UH-MAY-ZING!
A mom in our ministry brought in cupcakes with whole cookies baked into the top. They were delicious.
There’s the whole turducken thing, though maybe that’s too high-falutin’ for this inquiry.
Then there’s this, which goes in an annoyingly nutritious and self-consciously gourmet direction, so maybe it doesn’t count:
Cute for the first two seconds you look at it, then you think about actually eating one. Bleah.
So actually, maybe I got nuthin’ after all.
But I really want that Iowa pitcher.
doritos with cheese and bacon.
Another pie-cake: http://bit.ly/draDsx
Do bacon-cheese fries loaded with sour cream and ranch dressing count?
My favorite is coconut-fried cheesecake. To. Die. For.
Anyone ever had chocolate gravy and biscuits? Delicious, buttery biscuits and thick, homemade chocolate gravy… so, so good!
I’d never heard of that. Is there a difference between chocolate gravy and regular old chocolate (or fudge) sauce?
Aye! What of the meat-ship?
Ask Phil Johnson or Dan Phillips. They’ll be able to give you a few
Iowa representing with the bacon pancakes. Which isn’t surprising since the Iowa State Fair has the most heart-stoppingly spectacular culinary combos all in one place– and all on sticks. I must admit being partial to the fried oreos.
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