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Rissol Gigante!

Remember Tiago from the Pizzaburger Experiment? Well he's back, this time with a creation that he's made from scratch! He's named it "Rissol Gigante", mainly because he's not sure of the true English translation. No matter, I like the name, it's catchy! Behold! Rissol Gigante, a mince filling wrapped in pastry and deep fried till golden brown!

From: http://flickr.com/photos/12686527@N07/sets/72157602198931138/

This is Tiago, once again, from pizzaburger experiment fame eheh. I have some pics of a supersized thing i did a while back, that i think is kinda cool for your site. I call it RISSOL GIGANTE. (giant rissol) dont really know whats the english word for rissol.. maybe some kind of dumpling.. anyway.. here are the pics..

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Deep Fried Corn Bread!

Um, what? Why?

From: http://www.4chan.org

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The Turdumalguinpheas partpigewoodsniken

Thanks Michael B for this one! It's called, "The Turdumalguinpheaspartpigewoodsniken", or put simply, a 10 bird roast. Remember the Turducken? Well instead of just a chicken inside a duck inside a Turkey, this one has Woodcock, Partridge, Pigeon, Pheasant, Guinea Fowl, Mallard, Chicken, Ailsbury Duck, and a Goose, all inside a monster Turkey!

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

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A cheese-stuffed, deep-fried, bacon burger!

Thanks Anon for this one! Can bacon get any fatter? It can if you deep fry it! These guys ground bacon, wrapped it around some Mozzarella Cheese, battered it, deep fried it, then served it on a bun with some deep fried Jalapenos. I'm surprised they didn't just deep fry the whole damn thing!

From: http://www.peppersandsmoke.com/bbq/deepfried/

Our goal today - one pound of bacon, stuffed with cheese, deep-fried, topped with more cheese.

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Food Battle Club - Kobayashi drinks 25 coffee milks

It's times like these I wish I could speak Japanese. There's a Japanese game show called "Food Battle Club" that is beyond awesome. It's kinda like a cross between Iron Chef and Street Fighter, and is all about who can eat the most and/or the fastest in a series of different events. In this particular excerpt of the show, contestants are asked who can drink the most Coffee Milks in the one sitting. Whoever bids the highest has to attempt the feat. Failing I would assume would mean elimination? Anyway, enough talk, more drinking coffee milks!

From: http://youtube.com/watch?v=qvtZ963uQXI

2001.12 japanese TV program. Takeru Kobayashi's (Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Champion) performance. He drank 25 of coffee milks in 5mins. "HangOver" is Eating Auction battle. you must eat the amount you called.


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Spam, Treet, Tulip? Mystery Meat Showdown

Spam or Treet? The age-old question. Well, now from Hawaii, the Spam kingdom of the civilized world, comes a showdown between the two as well as a Danish upstart named Tulip. Personally, I like both of the originals and would like to give Tulip a try! Enjoy and here's to another year of FOOD!!

From: http://tastyisland.wordpress.com/2007/12/07/tulip-vs-treet-vs-spam-musubi-showdown/

Back in 2003, a new kid, umm, make that can in town entered Hawaii’s ever-popular luncheon meat market by the name of Tulip Luncheon Hash “with Real Bacon”. With Hawaii statistically being the nation’s largest consumer of Hormel’s SPAM, the distributor of Tulip thought their product, which is imported from Denmark, would be a formidable contender to grab some of that market share.

Soon after its debut, the Honolulu Star Bulletin held and published a TULIP vs. SPAM blind taste test, with results having SPAM maintain its dominance by their judges, both by familiarity of its flavor, and more importantly its brand name. Still, Tulip did prove its worth and stood up to SPAM on almost all aspects, even winning over one of the judges. What Star Bulletin DIDN’T do in that likely fun and tasty (hey, I like that word!) showdown was to pit the two against each other in their truest form… as SPAM MUSUBI!

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The Perfect BLT

The ingredients of the perfect BLT? Bacon, lettuce, tomato.... that's it. Where's the bread you may ask? Well the "Perfect" BLT doesn't need no stinkin' bread, it's got it's own bacon weave to hold in all the lettucy/tomatoey goodness!. Bacon weave, it's what's for lunch!

From: http://www.4chan.org

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Giant Garfield Cake

Mighty fine effort this cake. It's a Giant Garfield Cake, made using a heck of a lot of icing!

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Chocolate Covered Bacon Recipe

Having a hard time deciding what to buy your friends or relatives this Christmas? Why not make them something instead! Everyone always says, "everything tastes better with bacon", why should chocolate be any different? You too can have this tasty snack in 5 easy steps. Imagine the jubilation when your friend/relative opens their presents to find Chocolate Covered Bacon!

From: http://karagitz.blogspot.com/2005/09/chocolate-covered-bacon_28.html

On a sunny day some friends and I had ordered some bacon cheese burgers for lunch. After a couple of bites someone commented on how bacon was able to make an already delicious hamburger even more delicious. This started a conversation on the power of bacon in-which it was able to make everything it came in contact with taste better. Whether it’s a filet wrapped in bacon, bacon on salads, pizza, or sandwiches it’s always that much better with bacon. We wondered if it was possible that any other foods had this special property. Someone quickly identified chocolate as a food with similar complimentary properties.

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The Bacon Mat

The Interwoven Bacon Mat. Think of the applications! It could go on sandwiches, pancakes, rolls, you could use them as tasty frisbee's.... If you had enough of them you could make a Bacon House of Cards! Someone should commercialize this, I know I'd buy bacon mats. Bacon mat topped with egg for Sunday breakfast. Perfect!

From: http://www.4chan.org

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