Is Epic Meal Time a little too bro for you? If you're looking for something more extreme, with a hint of violence, headache-inducing screams, and endless rage, you have a couple options...
Much to the chagrin of the National Wildlife Humane Society (and a long list of others), Tuscon restaurant, Boca Tacos y Tequila, will be serving African lion beginning February 16th. For $8.75, patrons can sample the second most deadly animal in the world in a taco. The Mexican restaurant specializes in exotic game; other menu selections include python, alligator, elk, kangaroo, rattlesnake, and turtle. However, the latest addition has caught restaurant owner Bryan Mazon a lot of flack.
Happy Thanksgiving from WonderHowTo. (I think I'm going to hurl.) 20 pounds of pig (17,304 calories; 679 grams of fat)
Amy Wisniewski’s Thanksgiving Turkey Cake looks like a yummy carrot cake with fluffy pumpkin pie frosting, but it's not. SO not. Amy's creation may be shaped like a cake, but its ingredients include ground turkey breast, yams, and mashed potatoes.
For some reason, McDonald's hamburgers are mysteriously unsusceptible to Mother Nature's inevitable toll of decomposition. Yep, you pretty much have to dip a McDonald's cheeseburger in acid if you want it to decompose. So we're left with the question: Why? Why does a McDonald's hamburger retain its original shape, color and texture after 12 years?
Here's another jewel from Serious Eats series, The Nasty Bits: yummy cow tongue, complete with that lovely texture we all know so well. Though most us likely have a negative visceral reaction to the idea of tongue, Serious Eats make a compelling argument that it is actually one of the tastiest bits of the animal.
Graphic designer Neil Caldwell has developed a process for dying bacon highly saturated, psychedelic rainbow colors (don't worry - it's still edible).
Since I know you folks have an appreciation for exotic foods, here's another recipe for *balls*... grilled or fried, your choice. Courtesy of Serious Eats.
It's the American way. Bacon & guns. Here it is, step-by-step instructions for cooking bacon with an actual machine gun, via Reddit.
The secret to making a (healthier) Big Mac replica is all in the sauce. Gotta get that special sauce just right. Local Lemon does a somewhat gourmet spin on the classic fast food burger, ultimately aiming for true authenticity.
There, I Fixed It passes along an easy, redneck solution to grilling some dogs. All you need is a rake.
Ew. If you can stomach it, if you can even imagine yourself eating it, Not Martha (they really live up to their name with this one... this is definitely not a Martha Stewart project) has posted a tutorial on making a "Meat Hand".
Forget yankee ingenuity, this is redneck ingenuity. And redneck = fun.
What better way to celebrate the crisp fall air than by shooting some lunch in the backyard? Just mother and son.
Speed Eater Joey Chestnut beat six-time reigning world record holder Takeru Kobayashi, eating 66 hotdogs in only 12 minutes in July 2007.
Sunday morning. Don't cook at home. Been there, done that. Use the heat of the engine. Bake your meat. Put those 8 cylinders to work. Gas prices across the country average out at $2 to $2.50 a gallon, so you might as well get your money's worth.
Yummy in my tummy! No matter which way you shake it, the scorpion isn't a 'normal' meal to us, yanks.