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FOOD PORN (56k and Vegans go 'way)

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Mr. Coffee
PostPosted: 2012-02-02 05:52am 

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Scottish Ninja wrote:
Good thing that saturated fat doesn't cause heart disease or weight gain.


If you've seen what Aerius looks like weight gain doesn't seem to be a problem at all. Something to do with all that bike riding him and the mrs get up to.


Also, speaking of bacon... I'm makingwaffles and bacon and fried eggs over easy. When everything is cooked I'll slather the waffles on one side with butter, layer the eggs and bacon on one waffle and lay the other waffle on top. Fried egg and bacon waffle sammichs for the win.
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Vehrec
PostPosted: 2012-02-02 05:00pm 

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You guys want food porn, huh? How about something professionally prepared, instead of this amateur porn stuff?

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The Vortex Empire
PostPosted: 2012-02-02 05:48pm 

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First one looks good, second one looks awful, third one is a generic salad. None compare to something coated in bacon.
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Vehrec
PostPosted: 2012-02-03 07:50am 

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The third one is Pho, the most perfect soup in the world and I will fight anyone who says otherwise. You name the place, and I will appear to meet you in single combat to defend the honor of Vietnam's traditional beef and noodle soup.
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wautd
PostPosted: 2012-02-08 12:17pm 

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Some fetish food porn: fried insects and worms

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I'm actually wondering how it would taste. Where I live, it's as culturally accepted as eating dogs, but insects are supposed to be rather nutricious and I'd give it a try if I had the chance.
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Darth Fanboy
PostPosted: 2012-02-09 12:13am 

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Ooooh I love Pho, oxtail is fantastic.

I'd give the bug plate a try too.
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KhorneFlakes
PostPosted: 2012-02-09 08:25am 

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Grasshopper legs are very tasty. And crunchy.
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Havok
PostPosted: 2012-02-10 08:55am 

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Man... this is like watching Porn that all of a sudden turns into Scat Porn.

I mean, you keep watching and finish, but you don't want to think about it again.

Way to go guys.
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Dalton
PostPosted: 2012-02-10 01:19pm 

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Okay, enough with that. I occasionally enjoy a peanutella wafflewich. No pictures at the moment, but imagine toasting two waffles, coating one with PB and the other with Nutella and making it into a drippy, gooey, delicious sandwich.
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Darth Fanboy
PostPosted: 2012-02-11 01:51pm 

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I hit up the food trucks again the other day.

-Bacon Pastrami Carnivore Burger
-Bacon Wrapped Dates
-Bacon/Sourdough/Cheddar Grilled Cheese

and the most unique hot dog I have ever had. DOGZILLA.

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The one I had is on the left, and I love how instead of buns they cut three hawaiian sweet rolls in half vertically and leave them intact horizontally. The dog has bacon, teriyaki, avocado, grilled onions, furikake, and I order it without mayo because for whatever reason I hate the stuff.
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Havok
PostPosted: 2012-02-12 04:39am 

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Damnit Fanboy... where do you live?!
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Darth Fanboy
PostPosted: 2012-02-13 04:23am 

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Orange County
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Darth Fanboy
PostPosted: 2012-02-13 04:29am 

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Havok should you ever find yourself in Hotlanta, I strongly recommend THE VORTEX

See this portion of the menu:

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Darksider
PostPosted: 2012-02-15 03:48am 

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If they actually refer to the burger by the Medical procedure it will require on the freakin' menu, should anyone really be eating it?
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Scottish Ninja
PostPosted: 2012-02-15 11:24am 

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Darksider wrote:
If they actually refer to the burger by the Medical procedure it will require on the freakin' menu, should anyone really be eating it?


There's no real good reason to be eating that much food at once but it's not actually going to cause heart disease. See the video I posted last page.

Also bacon and eggs on a burger is one of the best damned things in the world. Needs some grilled onions though. Denny's goes one better and puts hashbrowns on it too. I may have to see about checking out that place next time I'm in Atlanta though.
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J
PostPosted: 2012-02-15 05:23pm 

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Scottish Ninja wrote:
There's no real good reason to be eating that much food at once but it's not actually going to cause heart disease. See the video I posted last page.


I rest my case.

http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/16937627 ... tack-grill
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LAS VEGAS (FOX5)

The Heart Attack Grill in downtown Las Vegas lived up to its name Saturday night, when a customer dining on a "triple bypass burger" suffered an apparent heart attack.


Amateur video of the man being wheeled out of the restaurant by EMTs was posted to several web sites.

"He was having the sweats and shaking," said ‘Nurse' Bridgett, who was working at the restaurant when the man in his 40s began experiencing chest pains.

"Doctor" Jon Basso, who opened the restaurant in October, told FOX5 at first he thought it was a joke.

"One of the nurses came back to me and said, ‘Dr. Jon, we've got a patient who's in trouble.'"

The restaurant is known for not holding back on the food it serves. Signs around the business glorify bad eating habits and the menu includes items like Flatliner Fries, and Butterfat Milkshakes.

One meal, the "quadruple bypass burger" can easily exceed 8,000 calories.

The gentleman who suffered the heart attack was in the middle of eating a Triple Bypass burger when he began experiencing the symptoms.

Despite the clinical atmosphere, Basso is not actually a medical doctor, so he called 911. Paramedics and EMTs arrived in moments.

"The gentleman could barely talk," said Basso. "He was sweating, suffering. Anyone with an ounce of compassion would've felt for him."

Basso tells FOX5 he has heard the man is alive and recuperating. His name is still unknown.

The staff at the Heart Attack Grill willingly glorifies bad health. If you weigh over 350 pounds, you eat for free. And on Saturday night, Basso saw the other side.

"I actually felt horrible for the gentleman because the tourists were taking photos of him as if it were some type of stunt. Even with our own morbid sense of humor, we would never pull a stunt like that," he said.

Tourists were disheartened, but not entirely surprised to hear about the incident.

"I don't think I would walk into a place, even if it's called the Heart Attack Grill, and order food, and expect that I was going to have a heart attack," said Las Vegas resident Debbie Kaye.

Customers, however, continued eating the burgers, fries, and shakes Tuesday night.

"It says right on the door, it's hazardous to your health," diner CJ Beeman pointed out.

Basso said there have been a ‘variety of incidents' in the past, but this is the first full-scale coronary that happened in his restaurant.

Copyright 2012 KVVU (KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.
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Havok
PostPosted: 2012-02-23 04:52am 

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Wait... over 350 eats for free? :D
Shit... I may be under 350 right now.

Anyone that thinks this guy had a heart attack from the food he was actually eating is pretty retarded. It was obviously a life long habit that caused it.
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madd0ct0r
PostPosted: 2012-02-24 12:17am 

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The Yosemite Bear
PostPosted: 2012-02-26 12:59am 

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The Chefs at work are preparing for the US Golden Bucus semi-finals this week... (AKA US selection process for America's canidate for the semi anual Culinary Olympics.)

I just saw an unholy combination of Japanese and California cusine that Fanboy would probably like (too bad my phone's not working) Oh well they will be back from the competition later this week.
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Darth Fanboy
PostPosted: 2012-03-04 03:38am 

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I just learned of a place in Anaheim.

Slater's 50/50, where the burgers are fifty percent ground beef, fifty percent ground bacon

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Knife
PostPosted: 2012-03-04 12:23pm 

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Not bacon, but this is my lasagna before the oven. Season my own pork into sausage, four cheeses, only skimp out and buy noodles. Garden fresh tomatoes, roma tomatoes at that, garden fresh basil and oregano.

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Tried my hand at a version of eggplant parmigiana too,

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Made some baby asparagus with it, roasted garlic and red pepper. Topped off with a pino gricio,

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Joviwan
PostPosted: 2012-03-06 04:23pm 

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Darth Fanboy wrote:
I just learned of a place in Anaheim.

Slater's 50/50, where the burgers are fifty percent ground beef, fifty percent ground bacon

°u°
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Oh snap, there's one in Huntington Beach, too. Thanks for the heads up.
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aerius
PostPosted: 2012-03-14 10:12pm 

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Made some bacon & shrimp fried rice yesterday. Unfortunately we ran a bit short on bacon and didn't get to use as much as I wanted.

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Rye
PostPosted: 2012-03-20 11:08am 

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I got yer food porn right here, all shot on my phone.

Some chocolate tart:
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Strawberry compote:
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Pancake breakfast (sauce is chocolate orange):
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Sweet and sour tofu and pineapple:
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Proper Cocoa:
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Knife
PostPosted: 2012-03-20 11:28am 

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The sweet and sour looked good.
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