What happens when you combine a large cheese pizza, two pounds of bacon and three Chipotle burritos? Explosive diarrhea? Surely. You also get a Pizza Burrito / Burizza / Pizzarito.

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See how it’s made after the break.

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There’s no doubt that seaweed is good for you. It’s packed with vitamins and nutrients and it’s definitely a key ingredient in Asian cooking. But, let’s be honest, a lot of us here in the States don’t eat seaweed because it tastes, well, like seaweed.

Well, get ready to start loving seaweed.

A researcher at Oregon State University by the name of Chris Langdon started growing a special strain of Dulse seaweed as a super-food for Abalone and ended up creating a seaweed that tastes like bacon. He notes:

“In Europe, they add [dulse] powder to smoothies, or add flakes onto food,” Langdon said. “There hasn’t been a lot of interest in using it in a fresh form. But this stuff is pretty amazing. When you fry it, which I have done, it tastes like bacon, not seaweed. And it’s a pretty strong bacon flavor.”

Langdon has patented the strain and teamed up with OSU MBA students to market the product. We’re cautiously optimistic.

(via CBS News / Image via MarxFoods)


Two of breakfast’s favorite menu items have joined forces to become powerfully delicious bacon French toast roll ups. It’s so simple I don’t know why I didn’t think of it.

Thank the foodie gods that Recipe Tin Eats had a moment of brilliance and shared this marvelous treat with us. And the best part is that you don’t have to be a professional chef to make these salty and sweet snacks at home. Just cook bacon slices as usual, grab some super fresh bread (you don’t need anything fancier than regular sandwich style), roll it, dip it in eggs, and then fry those bad boys up.

I believe we shall all have a wonderful morning, starting tomorrow.

Check out more mouth-watering, bacony pics after the break.

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This is everything I’ve ever wanted in a breakfast food.

Tym Bussanich’s Breakfast Sushi features some traditional breakfast ingredients—cheese, eggs, tater tots and jalapeño—all packed together and wrapped up with a bacon weave. It’s the breakfast of (samurai) champions.

Head on over to Tym’s blog for the complete recipe.

(via FoodBeast)


Grab some Pepto, and feast your eyes on the 30-pound grilled masterpiece that is the Beer Keg Bacon Burger Pizza. Grill master Charlie Sims was inspired by the TV show BBQPitBoys, especially the popular episode featuring the beer-can bacon burger. His competitive nature made him wonder how he could top that.

So he ran to the store to spend $110 on 17 pounds of 80/20 beef mixed with three pounds sausage, a pound each of ham and pepperoni, a gallon of homemade tomato sauce, green, yellow and red bell peppers, mushrooms and four kinds of cheese. He molded it around a beer keg and threw it on the grill for a gigantic carb-killing new invention.

He tells Nola:

“It was a huge hit. It made a little over 30 pieces, and we had about 20 people here. It was great. Everybody got destroyed.”

I can’t imagine the food coma after that meal. Check out more photos after the break.

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Indiana has followed New Hampshire’s lead by releasing bacon-scented scratch-off lottery tickets. However, the Hoosier state went a step further by giving players the opportunity to win a 20 year supply of everyone’s favorite meat.

If you should happen to bring home the bacon, it will be paid out in 20 installments worth approximately $250 each in order to accommodate for fridge space.

Beyond that, if you should find yourself questioning the possibility of consuming that much bacon, winners can instead opt for a one-time lump payment of $5,000.

Let the games begin.

(via Consumerist)


From the looks of Tym Bussanich’s Instagram account, the man is on a mission from God to create the ultimate gnarly fried snack. Case in point: this tater tot that’s stuffed with a cheeseburger that’s wrapped up in bacon.

In order to make the burger, Bussanich took cheesy tater tots and ground them up. Then he took a cheeseburger patty wrapped in bacon and “breaded” the meat with the tater tots before frying.

See it come together in the video after the break…

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The folks at Zombie Burger, a Des Moines, Iowa-based restaurant, are fans of the Human Centipede movies and decided that they would be a great inspiration for food. Naturally.

In honor of the series, the burger joint recently concocted the “Martin’s Revenge” burger–named after the bad guy in the second film, Martin Lomax–and it features a “three-piece slider bun with a different burger in each segment.”

According to dmjuice, Zombie Burger chef Tom McKern notes:

The first burger is steak with cheddar, bacon and red raw onion. The second is a burger patty with American cheese, pulled barbecue bacon and sauteed red onion. The third burger is a loose meat sandwich with house-made cheese whiz and bacon-red onion jam.

“I was trying to figure out a way to do a take on the movie through a burger,” McKern said. “I basically started with whole ingredients, and processed them down from slider to slider.”

The burger goes for $10.79, and frankly, I’m just happy the chef didn’t sew the burgers together…or include human meat.

(via The Nerdist)

beer can burgers

Although beer has long been associated with burgers, the BBQ Pit Boys have developed a Bacon Burger that actually makes the beer can an integral part of the burger recipe. The process involves using the can as a mold to create a bacon-wrapped meatball bowl that is then stuffed with toppings such as onions, peppers, mushrooms, meat chili, and roast beef before being grilled to perfection.

Check out the video tutorial after the jump.

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Now this is one tasty treat that I’m just dying to make. These bacon marshmallows are, as their name so aptly describes, a lovely combination of crunchy, salty bacon and sweet marshmallow. There’s even a dash of liquid smoke added for good measure. The layering is amazing looking as well.

If you’d like to learn how to make these bacon marshmallows, head on over to Instructables for the recipe.