Do you think bacon and you are soul mates? The hot sizzle of it on the pan. The erotic plop of bacon hitting the fryer. Well this video will show you how bacon is stabbing you in the back. And while you are on crying in the corner and decide to eat a vegetable for the first time in months, we’ve thrown in another video with some interesting facts you should know.
Furious Pete combines all his favorite childhood chocolate bars into one amazing cereal bowl. 12 Fun Size M&M Packs, 2 Pretzel M&M Packs, 2 Twix Bars, 2 Snickers Bars, 1 King Size Wunderbar, 1 King Size Kit Kat, 1 Tolberone Bar, 10 Reese Peanut Butter Cups, 2 Bottles of Whipped Cream and Half a Gallon of Milk. Could you eat it?
The next time you consider eating Chinese street food you might think twice. The use of gutter oil it turns out is pretty common. This refers to a process of pulling waste oil from sewers, grease traps, waste from slaughterhouses, reprocessing it and then selling it as cooking oil. China has been fighting the practice for years. Earlier this month a man from China’s Jiangsu province was sentenced to life in prison for making and selling gutter oil.
YouTube pranksters Roman, Dennis and Chase are up to no good again. Well, actually, they’re up to a lot of good with this particular practical joke. The guys fool their friend, Joe, into giving them a key to his restaurant in Lewis Center, Ohio, called Wholly Joe’s Chicago Eatery. They tell Joe they need to pick up a forgotten wallet and promise they’ll be in and out in a jiff. In reality, they’re planning on hanging out for a bit longer…
You know what’s better than meat? The smell of meat. That is, should you be a carnivore. And if you are and can’t afford proper meat, there’s a Japanese gadget for you. This is “Hana Yakiniku” (鼻焼肉), which literally means “nose grilled meat.” It’s a small 17-gram peripheral you stick into your iPhone’s headphone jack that sprays out one of three scents: Short Ribs, Beef Tongue, and Buttered Potato. Yes, I know buttered potatoes are not meat. But damn, buttered potatoes smell good.
99 Cents Fresh Pizza offers the most economical slice in NYC while Nino’s Bellissima sells the most luxurious pie at $1,000. With the amount of wasabi he was putting on there, I assume it burns the sh*t out of your mouth after every bite, overwhelming the taste of everyone else. Which one would you eat?