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Real Life Food Recipes


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Go around your house, around town, across the state. Travel the country, cross a few national borders and see if you can find recipes that are strange, bizarre, weird, big-assed, amazing, peculiar, or just makes you go "damn, someone actually eats that?!".

I'll start with a true-life burger from a mom and pop joint.
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Here's a burger to end them all (and keep track people)

Top layer - A slightly thicker than normal bread
(sourdough works)
Two slices of jalepeno cheese (prounounced ja-LAP-ee-no around me)
One big tomato slice
Two slices of maple-soaked bacon (for sweetness)
Two slices of extra sharp cheddar
Large sour pickle slices (2 or 3)
Beefsteak stir fry strips (about 1/4 pound, sauteed in onions)
Include the onions from the aforementioned stir fry
Three slices of swiss cheese (i like swiss cheese)
A dollop of chinese mustard (or anything super spicy)
Gravy-sauteed mushrooms
One 1/3 pound beef patty
One thick slice of Feta cheese
another 1/3 pound beef patty
two slices of turkey bacon (to jazz it up)
Salsa underneath (mild or medium of any brand)
A final 1/3 pound beef patty
Bottom layer - a slightly thicker than normal bread
(again, sourdough works)

Serve with a prepared side of thick-cut potato strips baked until soft
and smothered in melted provolone cheese and served with a side of
habanero buffalo sauce

Now THAT's how you use your cheese!

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Yes this was real. At the time I visited this restaurant in the great
state of North Carolina, they were charging almost 10 bucks a
burger. But the bet was you couldn't eat 2 in one sitting. This
had roughly 6,000 calories to it and the potatoes didn't help.
Lesse what you all come up with.

My next post.... puppy and kitten pot pies (seriously!)

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Seriously Stuff Sausages (seasoned slightly)

I tried this and had an epic fail, but I figured I'd post it for posterity.

Take a noodle like what they use for lasagne, make sure it isn't dry.
Put about 3/4 a pound of ground meats in there with a cup of hot peppers and two tablespoons of curry
pwoder. Drizzle on some honey and sesame oil. Wrap tightly then slather with spaghetti sauce, wrap in another layer of ground meats and finally dip the whole thing in an egg-pepper sauce mixture.

deep fry until the outside is crispy, then bake until the inside is done.

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I haven't shaken this post in awhile, so here comes me stirring the pot.

You saw the burger thing...here's a 16 inch sub sandwich version of gastric proportions.

16 inch sub sandwich bread, preferably the kind with lots of seasoning and toasted in butter sauce.
One pound of sliced up roast beef
Two pounds of bacon
One pound of melted cheddar cheese
One pound of pepperoni (cooked)
Half pound of pepper jack cheese
Tomato, lettuce, pickles, onions, olives, banana peppers, alfalfa sprouts, spinach and carrots in whatever amounts you choose
(must contain a little of each though)
A sauce prepared from the following -- ranch salad dressing, mayo with olive oil, cayenne pepper, curry powder, blue cheese and any obscenely hot pepper sauce
(mix and mash throughly, should yield about 2 cups, entire batch applied to sandwich)
Wrap ENTIRE sandwich in a large piece of flat bread (like the Norwegian pantry bread or a serious slab of syrian bread or a tortilla of biblical proportions)
with a coating of nacho cheese.
Bake long enough to melt cheeses so it effective glues the entire sandwich together.

I saw this and gagged because it smelled bad. But I saw people consuming this monstrosity. I didn't even ask if they measured the content of it.

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