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The McNugget McBurger McPizza

Just like the Aussie Hangover Cure, these guys took a few McBurgers and Fries, and added to the recipe! New, improved, McNugget McBurger McPizza! (with fries of course!)

From: http://www.forocoches.com/foro/showthread.php?t=758795

[Google Translated] One of the most curious mixtures of food I have ever seen. If you like pizza, hamburger, "nuggets" of chicken, mozarella cheese, french fries and barbecue sauce, this is your chance to try something different.

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Deep Fried Books

Deep fry a pizza? Sure! But deep fry a book? Not sure on the nutritional value, let alone the taste! I wonder if this guy likes SupersizedMeals.com?

From: http://youtube.com/watch?v=i2_Y7EyWtp8

Sculptor and conceptual artist John LaFalce (Buffalo, NY) and Drew Luan Matott set out to create an edition of altered books that were battered and deep fried, providing a commentary on America's obsession with an unhealthy lifestyle, unstable foreign policy and blatant disregard for intellectualism. The deep fried books range in topic from American foreign policy, American dietary recommendations and science encyclopedia.


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Schnitzel Pop-Tarts

Schnitzels are traditionally cooked in hot oil, but in this age of rush rush rush there's just not enough time to heat the oil up and cook them golden brown. Behold! All the flavor of a Schnitzel, but in a fraction of the time! It's the Toaster Schnitzel. Simply pop these breaded meat treats into your toaster, and in a few minutes you'll have yourself a tasty meal or snack. Instant meat satisfaction! (PS - Vid is in German)

From: http://youtube.com/watch?v=IBP2X_ElcOw

[Google translated] Schnitzel from the toaster. Breading was once tedious. For the modern Wiener schnitzel needed only a toaster -- and three minutes left. The innovation impressed at the food fair Anuga.


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My Burger is Bigger Than Your Burger

Back in 2006 at the World Pork Expo (how good does that sound?!?!), these guys made themselves a mighty large burger, 43 pounds to be exact! Interestingly enough, they predicted the future, claiming there would be a burger bigger than 50 pounds by 2010. They got that right!

From: http://asapblogs.typepad.com/theslug/2006/06/the_other_white.html

Forget about that big burger our mouth was drooling over a few weeks ago. At 29 pounds, that beefy badboy is dainty compared to this biglicious 43-pound pork burger made of blue cheese, peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, custom bun, 35 pounds of sausage and (probably) love.

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The 120 Person Beer Bong Party

These guys know how to start a party! With the help of what looks to be a 20ft high Beer Bong, 120 participants came, drank and partied. The complexity of the tubing is amazing, I wonder how long it took to chug that keg? Not long I'd say!

From: http://funhight.blogspot.com/2007/07/120-people-beer-drinking-party.html

120 People Beer Drinking Party

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The Muppet Show Cake

This cake is made from 100% awesome. It's the Muppet Show Cake. Created for the 2007 Kentucky State Fair (where it won the Blue Ribbon), it's got all the usual suspects from The Muppet Show. The detail is amazing! One of the best cakes I've ever seen. I don't know if I could bring myself to eat Beaker though!

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/withoutform/sets/72157601654815836/detail/

This cake was a blue ribbon winner at the 2007 Kentucky State Fair.

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Giant Chipotle!

Ah, I can't lie to you guys, it's a fake. But apparently you score two free ones if you take it into Chipotle at Richmond and Sage. I wonder if anyone has made one that big?

From: http://chipotlelovers.com/album.asp?id=11

Keflavich with a huge burrito

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Nokia Mooncakes

Mooncakes, a Chinese pastry traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. They usually taste pretty average, so I can't imagine they'd taste any better if they were shaped like a phone? But then again, what appeals to the eye can sometimes translate to the palate. Geeks celebrate, with your genuine Nokia branded Mooncake!

From: http://spluch.blogspot.com/2007/09/cellphone-mooncakes.html

These are edible mooncakes (a type of Chinese pastry for Mid-Autumn festival) for geeks. And it all appears to be of the Nokia brand.

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Food Challenge Friday - Entire Cheesecake in 2 Minutes

In this Food Challenge Friday Challenge, Luis tries to eat an entire Sara Lee cheesecake in 2 minutes. Could you do an entire cheesecake in 2 minutes? If you can, YouTube it and send it in!

From: http://www.foodchallengefriday.com/?p=11

Luis makes an attempt on a Sara Lee cheesecake in two minutes. Coming off of two previously failed challenges, maybe third times a charm?


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The Inside Out Hawaiian Burger

Hey..love the blog...check out this video I made for my entry as the next food network star. The burger was really good and stuffed.

From: http://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=19705990

Inside Out Hawaiian Burger