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MBFF - Most Bizarre Food Flavors - 2013 Edition!

Posted Oct 28, '12 at 6:21pm

Ernie15

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Barack Obama has one the battle of the cookies by a landslide!

He's also been president for four years, and he was outrageously popular in 2008. Some of those cookies, if not most of them, were probably baked before or during the early years of his presidency.

This would have been an interesting election:

http://images.politico.com/global/news/090406_cookies_courtesy.jpg

 

Posted Oct 29, '12 at 10:31pm

Ernie15

Ernie15

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I apologize for the double post, but the cookie discussion was going nowhere and I couldn't wait more than 24 hours to tell you all about the burger I had for dinner last night.

Actually, the burger pretty much explains itself.

http://cdn.foodbeast.com.s3.amazonaws.com/content/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/redrobin.jpg

(I ate it without the cheese of course, because that's just how I roll)

I also just found out about the Memphis BBQ burger from Carl's Jr. (Hardee's for those of you east-coasters). What makes this burger interesting is that in addition to a beef patty, it's also topped with pulled pork.

http://imgsrv.sunnycountry.com/image/ksni/UserFiles/Image/CarlsJrMemphisSMALL.jpg

Maybe this will be enough to fill the pork gap while the McRib postpones its fall appearance.

 

Posted Oct 29, '12 at 10:55pm

Skeleton_Pilot

Skeleton_Pilot

1,290 posts

Lol, that Oktoberfest Burger truly is a ham-burger! =D

In all seriousness, though, it does look delicious, as does that Carl's Jr burger... really, though, they aren't too different from one another. Burger, onions, cheese, pork product... it's really the same burger with a different sauce! =P

I'd eat burgers like those more often, but...

http://f.kulfoto.com/pic/0001/0027/YK7dJ26053.jpg

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 12:54am

Skulltivator

Skulltivator

645 posts

This would have been an interesting election:

That's for sure. They're both republicans, even though the republican party was drastically different in the Civil War era. They'd be running on the same ticket.

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 5:57pm

Armpit

Armpit

655 posts

So much meat on one burger. So wonderful for the tongue, so rough on the cholesterol. A chocolate ice cream donut burger could be considered a healthy alternative.

http://myfoodlooksfunny.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/funny-food-photos-ice-cream-burger.jpg

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 6:21pm

VonHeisenbourg

VonHeisenbourg

215 posts

beer mustard onion

****, that sounds like the nastiest thing ever 0.o

http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRniTyfdQrVPZ8D8yWoREPot4Rta0WjazYlh-F8qmZJOSe1enCu3Q

The flavour above is spaghetti and cheese icecream...

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 6:57pm

Clancy12

Clancy12

3,938 posts

I was looking online at some weird Doritos flavors and came across this one. Can anybody tell me what it is?

http://s3-ak.buzzfeed.com/static/enhanced/terminal01/2011/3/23/16/enhanced-buzz-24352-1300913726-2.jpg

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 8:38pm

Ernie15

Ernie15

12,538 posts

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Both of the unique food creations above would look reasonably good if they didn't have cheese on them.

But at least they don't use cheese in excess, like the fried cheese melt from Denny's:

http://andywibbels.blogs.com/.a/6a00d8354f1fb569e20154328b1cd8970c-580wi

Or Friendly's grilled cheese burger melt:

http://frankandjan.com/WIT/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/friendlys-Grilled-Cheese-BurgerMelt.jpg

And I'm sure we're all somewhat familiar with KFC's Double Down:

http://static.culturemap.com/site_media/uploads/photos/2010-04-13/KFC_double_down_closeup.350w_263h.jpg

And last but certainly not least, the famous Quadruple Bypass Burger from the Heart Attack Grill. At 10,000 calories, this monster burger undeniably lives up to its name (and then dies shortly after of a heart attack):

http://www.supersizedmeals.com/food/images/articles/20061215-Heart_Attack_Grill_9.jpg

It makes me wonder, would fast food products, particularly burgers, really be anywhere near as disgusting if cheese was left off the menu entirely? Maybe it's just me, but this edamame burger doesn't look half bad seeing as it appears to be dairy-free:

http://cdn.blogs.babble.com/family-kitchen/files/2011/03/edamame-burger-large.jpg

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 9:20pm

xeano321

xeano321

2,546 posts

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Those burgers look mighty good. Here where I live, they don't serve real American food that much... Mostly stuff like tofu burgers, veggie burgers, ETC... I sure wish I lived in a place that served that good, heart attack causing food.

 

Posted Oct 30, '12 at 9:36pm

Ernie15

Ernie15

12,538 posts

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Here where I live, they don't serve real American food that much... Mostly stuff like tofu burgers, veggie burgers, ETC...

It's relatively the same where I live. Luckily there's so much diversity here that there are enough burger places to keep you alive long enough to clog your arteries.

But I've learned early on to never go out of my way to eat in San Francisco. It would be one thing if the food was worth the drive, but it's almost a better use of my time just to swallow all the gasoline I'd use to get there.

 
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