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Over-the-top YouTube cooking show Epic Meal Time have concocted one of their most bacon-tastic sandwiches to date. If you’ve never popped over to see what they do, you might want to grab a chair. The buns are custom baked, the patties are made from a mix of ground beef and ground bacon!, with a core of pure bacon strips, topped with a homemade bacon cheese sauce, a root beer/Jack Daniels sauce poured on a giant mountain of 400 additional strips of bacon. Dinner is served. Check out the epic video below.
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Breakfast served all day. The most exciting words you’ll ever see printed on a menu. Our house is the philosophical equivalent. When isn’t it a good time to have breakfast? I can’t think of one. A dish like this makes you wonder why you ever go out to eat.
I suppose you have to like scrambled eggs. I was in the camp of hating scrambled eggs for years. Let’s tally that in a column of “things people and restaurants have screwed up so badly they’ve ruined it for me.” Thankfully I’ve put my own little world right. Scrambled eggs made with love and attention, not cooked to within an inch of existence, and given a few minutes of thought are ohmygodthatsunbelievable!!! Dry scrambled eggs are best used to prop a door open. I know that’s personal taste, but really, who wants dry eggs? Continue reading
Burger King revealed a slew of new menu items this past week. It’s been seen as a move to bring their menu in line with McDonald’s. Beyond that, Burger King in Nashville, Tenn. (a test market location) recently unveiled a whole host of menu items that have never before been spotted at the chain. Among them, BBQ Sandwiches, Sweet Potato Fries, Frozen Lemonade, and BACON SUNDAES!!!
Yes – bacon sundaes. Perhaps Burger King is feeling some envy for the recent Jack in The Box Bacon Shake. Despite the fact that it contained no real bacon and tasted awful – Jack in The Box got some huge buzz around the hateful beverage. Ice cream topped with bacon is coming to Burger King. At least if you live in Nashville.
Right now as we speak, Joseph Leonard is ser ving several dishes made with parts from two locally-raised Tamworth pigs (a breed of “threatened pigs” – almost as threatened as Malvern Pudding.) Breaking down a whole hog is not child’s play, and chef James McDuffee makes it look pretty epic. Daily specials for this week-long “Pig Takedown” include: ribs, meatballs, trotters, belly, loins, and chops. MMMM, pork. To kick off the pork fest, the JoLeo team put together a time-lapse video of chef Jim McDuffee breaking down a whole hog, set to the tune of Jay-Z’s “The Takeover.” Check it out below. Oh and I really dig the flyer. That’s a mighty big pig next to that kid.