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You have Matthew Ramsey to blame for the fact that you just started drooling. It starts with two “cheeseburger waffles” for the buns which sandwich fried chicken, sriracha mustard, rocket salsa, smoked bacon, American cheese, and a dill pickle in between. Yes, please!

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Planning on imbibing a bit on New Year’s Eve? Well, you’re probably going to need a major hangover cure for the next day. Red Robin is offering a “secret” burger starting on January 1 that should help alleviate the symptoms caused by hitting the bottle a little too hard.

The Cure Burger, which is available by request only, features a beef-patty with chili, cheddar cheese, bacon, mushrooms and a sunny-side-up egg on a sesame seed bun. It’s also served with bottomless steak fries. Trust me, that burger’s got all the greasy, salty goodness your body needs to repair itself.

If things get really out of hand, Red Robin has you covered.  The burger will be available until January 7th, and it will be priced at $11.99 (though prices may vary by location).

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ultimate donut

One of the current trends of food is squishing together everything and finding out what happens. Kim Laidlaw of Chow was testing donut recipes when she got crazy. They’re calling it the “turducken” version of the donut. It has custard, chocolate, and an apple fritter:

She wrapped an apple fritter in a custard-filled donut, then glazed it with chocolate and paved it with sprinkles as subversively menacing as clownface.

I don’t even know how to process this information.

Read more about this beautiful monstrosity of a donut at Chow.

(Photo by Chris Rochelle)

krispy kreme krispie treats

Rice Krispie treats are a delicious dessert that leave your teeth coated in layers of sugar, and when you add donuts into the mix, forget about it. Amy of Oh Bite It took Krispy Kreme’s classic glazed donuts, chopped them up, and mixed them into the Rice Krispie treat mixture. She then cut the coated bites back into donut shapes with cutters. They look rich but glorious.

Get all the wonderful details from Oh Bite It.

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There have been many different takes on the world famous cronut, but the cannoli cronut may be the ultimate version. Created by Benny’s Bakery & Ice Cream Shoppe in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, the cannoli cronut is a croissant-donut filled with cannoli cream and then sprinkled with cinnamon sugar before being drizzled in chocolate. There may be no better way to get your entire week’s worth of calories at one time.

(FoodBeast via Sploid)

amazing dessert

I don’t know what this dessert is, who makes it, where I can get it, or how it’s actually created. I only know one thing. I want it in my face.

I’m not even going describe what is about to happen here. I’m just going to tell you to watch the video after the break…and prepare yourself for something amazing.

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deep fried eggnog

Amy of Oh Bite It has become somewhat of an expert on turning beverages into deep fried treats. This is the lady who came up with a way to deep fry tequila shots.

Her latest beverage turned snack is deep fried eggnog with a rum glaze. As far as I’m concerned, anything you can do to make eggnog more appealing is a fantastic idea. The cubed dessert is simply pound cake dipped in eggnog and fried. Yum.

Get full instructions on deep frying eggnog and making the rum glaze at Oh Bite It.

french toast taquitos

Breakfasts that combine sweet carbs like pancakes or French toast with protein are my favorite, so this recipe for French toast taquitos by Amy of Oh Bite It has moved to the top of my to-make list. Bonus: it looks easy. You bake sausage, flatten crustless bread, roll the sausage up in the bread, dip it in some batter, and fry the little taquitos in a skillet. Clean up won’t be fun, but the taquitos look so yummy that the effort is probably worth it.

Get the full recipe at Oh Bite It.

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Want to learn how to make the perfect cheeseburger? Sean Brock–one of the hosts of PBS’s The Mind of a Chef cooking show and the executive chef at Husk, in Charleston, South Carolina–is here to show you the ropes. In the following video Sean uses some tasty ground meat, bacon and American cheese to make a truly mouthwatering cheeseburger.

Check out the video after the break to see how it’s done…

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deep fried thanksgiving dinner

It’s time to deal with Thanksgiving leftovers. While heating up your turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce in the microwave is a fine option, you can get more creative. Amy of Oh Bite It decided to see what the leftovers would be like stuffed into some dough and deep fried.

She put together a bowl of Thanksgiving dinner (this is not for those of you who don’t like different kinds of food to be mixed), stuffed them into circles of crescent dough, and fried them in hot oil. I’m intrigued. Heck, it could improve the taste of bland food.

Get the complete recipe at Oh Bite It.