Monthly Archives: September 2010

Carl’s Jr. Foot-long Burger

Carl’s Jr. is coming out with an 850 calorie belly-buster. Made of three meat patties and three cheese slices, it doesn’t even fit in a take-out bag. Carl’s Jr. says, “It’s inherently American to push for something bigger and better … Continue reading

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Balut

Popular in the Philippines, Balut is a fertilized baby duck fetus that is boiled and then eaten in the shell. Some say gross, others say delicious.

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Sweet Potato Dog

The Sweet Potato Dog is a hot dog merged with a greasy sweet potato and then coated and fried. It is then served with a stick for your consumption at the San Diego County Fair.

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Strawberry Cheetos

In Japan, they’ve come out with strawberry-flavored Cheetos. Very bizarre.

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The Brockness Burger

Introducing the “Brockness Burger” — named in honor of new Milwaukee Bucks forward Jon Brockman. The Brockness Burger contains peanut butter smothered on two hamburger patties, two fried eggs, cheese and two pieces of bacon that are placed vertically on … Continue reading

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Lion…it’s what’s for dinner?

Now who’s the king of the jungle? Continue reading

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Bacon Explosion

Unveiled 2 days before Christmas in 2008, the Bacon Explosion was invented by the crazy guys at Burnt Finger BBQ. This lovely slab of death has 5,000 calories and 500 grams of fat; making one requires two pounds of bacon, … Continue reading

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