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Posted Sep 12, '12 at 5:33pm

Armpit

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Not quite the same, but here's a chocolate-dipped corn dog.

http://s3-media4.ak.yelpcdn.com/bphoto/jVpaBbyVqI_iC1r7Bf_iiw/l.jpg

 

Posted Sep 14, '12 at 10:52pm

Ernie15

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Chocolate pizza. It is topped with chocolate chunks, melted marshmallows, candied hazelnut and peanut butter.

That looks amazing. If only it would go commercial.

And there is also the Chocolate burger with strawberry "ketchup" and vanilla cream "mustard". I'm really hungry right now...

I could eat that for dessert every day for the rest of my life.

It appears that the setting is that of a restaurant for both the chocolate burger and the chocolate pizza; and judging by the pictures, these two amazing-looking desserts can be found in the same place.

The question is, where?

Also, the chocolate burger reminds me a bit of the Brooklynite, which is a regular burger except it contains chocolate-covered bacon.

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3103/2799985496_49106b82b4_z.jpg

Wouldn't the vanilla cream be mayonnaise rather then mustard? (Since it's white?)

I would think the marshmallow slab atop the chocolate patty would be more mayonnaise-ish considering that it's much whiter and much less-yellow than the vanilla cream in the dish to the left of the burger.

Not quite the same, but here's a chocolate-dipped corn dog.

Welcome to America.

 

Posted Sep 15, '12 at 3:33pm

Armpit

Armpit

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Chocolate-covered bacon is strange enough by itself.

http://seotini.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/ch-bacon.jpg

I don't know why it's in a cup, or on a burger for that matter.

 

Posted Sep 17, '12 at 9:48am

MrDayCee

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Even though it sounds awful... I have to admit that it does look rather tasty! =)

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-wmOukBJBjBg/Tgy1pQPDRcI/AAAAAAAAAFE/loV9NbfRvqQ/s1600/20081125_choco_33_Chocolate_Covered_Bacon-s500x375-100151-580.jpg

Well, how about chocolate covered Squid?!

http://www.forkparty.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/chocolate-covered-squid.jpg

Or, chocolate covered sushi?!

http://www.forkparty.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/chocolate-covered-sushi.jpg

And let's go down the road of dipping insects into the god-like fluid, shall we?! =D

Chocolate covered scorpion!

http://www.channel4.com/media/images/Channel4/4Food/week_one_new/unusual/sub/unusual_sub_02_A1.jpg

Chocolate covered ants!

http://natemichals.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/chocolate-covered-ants.jpg

and...

Chocolate covered crickets!

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00461/chocolate_crickets__461377a.jpg

For that sweet crunchy moment... (o.O)

 

Posted Sep 17, '12 at 5:28pm

Armpit

Armpit

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Even though it sounds awful... I have to admit that it does look rather tasty!

I will not argue there. It does look very tasty.

However, it is still a strange idea to combine meat with chocolate. Creative, and resourceful, but still strange. As a fat man, I applaud the unusual and probably chubby mind behind marketing this inevitability.

I'm not a picky eater, so no doubt I would even eat those creatures as long as they were dipped in chocolate.

 

Posted Sep 17, '12 at 9:14pm

Ernie15

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All of those chocolate-covered oddities (with the exception of the sushi I posted on page 40, and the bacon of course) have one thing in common, and that thing is that they would all be almost equally as strange as food products if they were not covered in chocolate.

Like this chocolate-covered Porsche Carrera:

http://everybodysucksbutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/chocolate-covered-porsche-09.jpg

http://blogs.sfweekly.com/foodie/chocolate-covered-911-Carrera588x441.jpg

Personally, I find commonplace foods dipped in chocolate more strange than strange foods undergoing the same circumstances.

Like these chocolate-covered Slim Jims:

http://cdn.foodbeast.com.s3.amazonaws.com/content/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/chocolate-covered-Slim-Jims-with-can1.jpg

Or a chocolate-covered steak (image too large to post here).

Or my personal favorite, drumroll please...

Chocolate-covered chocolate.

http://www.funcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/National-Chocolate-Covered-Anything-Day.jpg

 

Posted Sep 17, '12 at 9:28pm

beckitten27

beckitten27

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chocolateception

 

Posted Sep 18, '12 at 4:09am

MrDayCee

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Chocolate-covered chocolate.

That's RICH! In every way possible... LOL

All of those chocolate-covered oddities (with the exception of the sushi I posted on page 40

Really?! Oh shute... I haven't checked the thread often enough... I seemed to have missed those! Sow-wee Ernie! =/

Haven't we run out of really "bizarre" food flavors right about now? =)

 

Posted Sep 18, '12 at 6:25am

kegaumongo

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The question is, where?

I couldn't find anything about the Chocolate Burger, but the Chocolate Pizza is served in the Max Brenner restaurant in Boston.

Anyway, two more chocolate-covered foods: a pickle and some Jalapenos.

http://i1163.photobucket.com/albums/q550/kegaumongo/Pickle.jpg

http://i1163.photobucket.com/albums/q550/kegaumongo/Jalapenos.jpg

 

Posted Sep 18, '12 at 1:42pm

xeano321

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Chocolate covered onion... Might not be too bad.

http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l543/xeano321/chocolate-covered-onion.jpg

Chocolate covered mushrooms.

http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l543/xeano321/chocolate-covered-mushrooms.jpg

Chocolate covered chicken.

http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l543/xeano321/chocolate-covered-chicken.jpg

Like this chocolate-covered Porsche Carrera:

That is more appealing for looks rather then eating.

Chocolate-covered chocolate.

Sheer awesomeness.

the Chocolate Pizza is served in the Max Brenner restaurant in Boston.

If I ever go to Boston, I know where my first stop will be.

Anyway, two more chocolate-covered foods: a pickle and some Jalapenos.

The jalapeno might not be too bad. Spicy chocolate is actually pretty good. Not too sure about the pickle.

 
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