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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Perhaps the most disgusting Halloween candy ever devised are edible candy scabs. Blecch! Avoid this one. Other candies should be okay to eat, according to Grist writer Tom Laskawy. Advertisements
Four Loko, or “blackout in a can” as the kids are calling it, is a caffeinated alcoholic fruit drink equivalent to drinking “three beers, a can of Red Bull and a large espresso.” After hospitalizing scores of Central Washington University … Continue reading
Lasagna is typically an innocuous Italian dinner favorite. Someone at the Olive Garden decided, “let’s dip it in the deep fryer!” The chain has unleashed on the public the Deep Fried Lasagna Fritta, an appetizer of unholy proportions. Packed with … Continue reading
Here’s a Halloween-inspired DO NOT EAT THIS! for your stomach turning displeasure. Remember getting “Circus Peanuts” as a young Trick-or-treater? These little monsters contain absolutely no real peanut and usually have a mild artificial banana flavoring. Although they are made … Continue reading
From the classy folks at the Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Arizona comes the Quadruple Bypass Burger, taking food porn to a whole new level. Comprised of four burger patties and clocking in at 8000 calories, serving this burger should … Continue reading
Koolicles, more specifically, pickles marinated in Kool-Aid, have been spotted at the North Carolina State Fair. Oh yeah!
The infamous McRib was taken off the market for sixteen long years but McDonald’s is finally bringing it back for human consumption. The McRib locator provides a service for those looking to track it down; but what’s really in it?