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How to make Deep Fried McHamburgers

SupersizedMeals.com delivers! Here's a couple of guys who give you a step-by-step guide on how to deep fry a McDonalds Cheeseburger and a McDonalds Big Mac. Not sure if their strategies are completely sound, but they get the job done!

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1XIK9y9z-Y

Project: "Le burger à la haute cuisine"
Part 1: McDonalds™ Cheeseburger cooked in a special way
Part 2: McDonalds™ BigMac™ cooked in a special way
Co-created by Max, Serge, Gaby and Virginia featuring a guest star appearance by Abe.


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madluckman and his Giant Burger

As far as giant burgers go, this one looks really well constructed. Not sure if he made the bun himself, but either way it's a fine looking specimen! What better way to celebrate a birthday than with a giant burger!

From: http://youtube.com/watch?v=aB-40eA8tTk

three and a half pound beast... slain!


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Donut French Toast

"It started on the way to a Superbowl party." I'm sure this wasn't the only person who echoed these words that day, but on this occasion some culinary magic happened. April Winchell figured that if Hamburgers could be made from donuts, then donuts qualify as a bread substitute. And if donuts = bread, then why can't she make French Toast out of donuts? Genius! And from that moment forward, Donut French Toast was born!

From: http://www.aprilwinchell.com/2008/02/19/food-porn/

We were driving along, talking about donuts, which is not unusual for us. Specifically, we were talking about the burger that the Gateway Grizzlies were selling at their games, and how magical it all seemed. Bacon, cheese and charbroiled beef, lovingly piled on a Krispy Kreme donut. I don’t know how long we talked about it before it finally sunk in. If donuts can be used as hamburger buns, then they’re basically bread. And if donuts are bread . . . shouldn’t someone be making French toast with them? That’s what I thought.

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Deep Fried Mars Bars

I've heard about these fat little snacks in my travels, and every time the reviews have always been positive. So one Friday afternoon a few of us got together and gave it a crack. Behold! The Deep Fried Mars Bar! (with recipe!). By the time we'd eaten about 20, we had a truckload of batter left over and wondered how big a ball of batter we could make from it. Believe me, if you haven't tried a Deep Fried Mars Bar yet, try one, they're frickin' awesome!

From: Nathan's Camera

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Toastvertising: The Making Of

Remember the Toastvertising Post we made a while ago? It's about how the creators of The Book Of Spam (A fantastic book I might add, I have a copy!) created and ad for the book by using burnt toast. Ever wondered how they did it? Watch and see them reveal their secrets!

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK5LpsL7eJQ

See how 220 pieces of bread and 1 overworked toaster became Toastvertising. Go to toastvertising.com or thebookofspam.com for more


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Avitable's Fryday

Thanks Bear Siber for posting in this one! Avitable went out and bought a new fryer the other day. And what did he end up frying? Well, everything by the looks. Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, White Castle Burgers, Pizza, Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches.... What I want to know is... just how much of it did he actually eat?!?! :D

From: http://www.avitable.com/2008/02/11/fryday/#more-1411

On Friday, a friend bought a large deep fryer. On Saturday, we got together, bought a huge variety of different foods, and had Fryday! As I consumed more fried food in one sitting than most people eat in a year, I could hear my heart sobbing and begging for mercy. So I just chewed louder to drown out its voice.

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The Meat Ship

Arrrr me harteys. Thar be a meatship ahead in the oven.... Floating high on the 17,000 calorie seas, made with Bacon, sausages, pastry, mince, it's all meat, and it's coming to rape and pillage your arteries! Har har!

From: http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=2753887

After making the Meat House we decided it was time to create something else, out of meat.
Welcome to the Meat Ship:

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100 Pancakes in 24 Hours

100 Pancakes. Enough for any man. These two bet each other that they could down 100 pancakes in 24 hours. That's a long time, but is it long enough to eat 100 pancakes?

From: http://youtube.com/watch?v=3JLT57mM71g

The "100 Pancakes in 24 Hours" saga. Thrilling and clever, you'll laugh, you'll cry... You'll never look at pancakes the same way again.


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The Meat House

Don't know if you've seen these before or not.

http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=2669292

Yesterday my flatmates and I created this, a house made only of meat.. Similar to a gingerbread house, but purely pork based. Vegetarians please look away now.. Here's the steps:

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Cheeseburger in a Can Pictures!

Thanks BobF4 for the link! Behold, one of the greatest mysteries in modern cheeseburger history, what a "Cheeseburger in a Can" looks like outside its tin prison. Honk from the SomethingAwful forums took the plunge, bought the cheeseburger, and documented the experience. Honk, you are a pioneer in the fast food world, and for that we are forever grateful.

From: http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?noseen=1&postid=339037869

As I am in Germany I just checked if there is a store carrying these products, and there really is a store having "Trekking Mahlzeiten" just 5 minutes away. So, in my lunchbreak I'll check if they have the canned cheesburger, buy it and open it (and if they don't have them then I will order one). Then I alone will know the secrets what really is in there.

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