You daredevil, you.
You daredevil, you.
Including just so much stodge.
Sometime you take two foods and bring them together and both items are ruined, but, other times, the results are awesome. Here’s to the Labradoodles of the food world.
Tired of your usual flavors? Try some of these flavors from around the world. Or not.
For Obamaphiles and sushi lovers who’ve read Bottomfeeder: spam sushi! A pool report yesterday noted that our president-elect ordered two pieces of sushi musubi during his golf-outing in Hawaii. Apparently, it’s made with fried egg and a piece of Spam and is something of a local delicacy. It’s kind of surprising that Mr. Arugula is down with the Spam, but whatever it takes to get that six-pack, I support. Read More ›
A tasty, healthy treat from Portland, OR. If they could cut it open and add a Philly cheesesteak, then we’d be talking. View Image ›
Strange tales from the U.K. of people surviving while eating only one thing for years. Keith Sorrell claims to have eaten just Mars Bars for 17 years; Faye Campbell says she’s subsisted mostly on French fries (aka chips) for the last decade. Monofoodism: the new monochromatism. Read More ›
A hot dog wrapped in ground beef then deep-fried, topped with chili, cheese, grilled onions, and served in a hoagie roll. It was very difficult trying to find an appetizing photo of something that sounds so insanely delicious. You know it’s summer when you’re stuffing a giant hamdog in your face! Read More ›
A Georgia senator named Doug Stoner wants to ban the sale of marijuana-flavored candy. It’s hard to say we’re going to miss a product that we never even knew existed. But now that we know it does, where can we get some?? Read More ›
Michelin-starred techno-chef Heston Blumenthal OBE wins an award for splicing together grapes and cocoa beans to create chocolate wine. A way to damage your liver and get diabetes at the same time! Get the recipe here. Read More ›
British ice cream truck now serves a cone stuffed with mashed potatoes, peas, and sausage alongside its regular ice cream offerings. This is pretty much the ultimate stoner food. Read More ›
How do Japanese women manage to look so good? Easy! By drinking pig placenta! As part of the FOSHU movement (Food For Specific Health Use), drinking Placenta 10000 Jelly Drink is said to rejuvenate one’s energy and approve appearance. Fair enough, but if we’re going to drink pig, it had better get us tipsy, too. Read More ›
An eatery in China that specializes in preparing penis and testicles. The Guo-li-zhuang restaurant in Beijing serves yak, buffalo, dog, goat and deer penis, among other specialties. Yum! By which we mean: We wish we could un-know this. Read More ›
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, but why limit yourself to green beer? There’s always something simultaneously alluring and disgusting about foods that people dye green for St. Patty’s Day. Please don’t pinch us. Read More ›
Lollipops now come in intriguing flavors like marijuana, absinthe, and maple bacon. For those of you without a sweet tooth, there’s this new trend of salty candy. We always kind of favored those popcorn-flavored jelly beans. Read More ›
Two great tastes that go great together. The technical definition of a donut muffin is somewhat tricky: There’s no frying involved, but usually plenty of butter and sugar. They exist in that grey “third realm” of the baked good world. Read More ›
Warning: These foods may kill you. It’s breakfast-for-lunch day at the BuzzFeed office, but these heart-stopping sandwiches are all we can think about. Send us more examples if ya got ‘em! Read More ›
Cheese and shrimp stuffed crusts, mayo, cream cheese and corn are some of the delightful combinations awaiting you on pizza combinations from Korea to Hong Kong. Like our own recent personal obsession with Popeye’s Fried Chicken (and bicuits!), this is both repellent and alluring. Read More ›
Kraft announces “Bagel-Fuls,” frozen bagels that come filled with cream cheese. Save time! Just let the bagel defrost for 30-60 minutes, instead of taking that 30 seconds to spread on the cream cheese yourself. Read More ›
Innovative fast food technology let’s you hold soda and chicken nuggets in one container. BBQ Chicken has launched what may be the greatest leap forward in fast food consumption since the McDLT (“The hot stays hot! The cool stays cool!”) or maybe even the syrup-infused McGriddle. We predict the Chelsea location will sell out by the day’s end. Read More ›
The Pickle Sickle is just that: A pickle in frozen popsicle form. Another potential ‘08 trend: Weird packaged food. Like the cheeseburger in a can, it’s the pairing of an everyday foodstuff with a novel delivery system (in this case, a squishy tube) that makes the Pickle Sickle noteworthy, and also gross. Read More ›
The title sort of tells you everything you need to know. We can only hope this canned cheeseburger - it’s real; brought to you by the Swiss outdoor goods maker Katadyn - is only the tip of the iceberg in terms of new canned foods. Canned pizza is something we can all get behind. Read More ›
New York Times reports on a new taste sensation: pickles brined in Kool-Aid and vinegar. Leave it to the residents of the Mississippi Delta to revolutionize pickles. They sound disgusting, but we won’t trash talk them until we’ve tried them. Read More ›