If fairs have taught us anything, it’s that pretty much anything can be fried, put on a stick and sold for an absorbent price. In that spirit, the folks at Peep My Eats created this deep fried Big Mac that was made by coating the burger with eggs, covering it with breadcrumbs, and dipping it in the deep fat fryer and impaling it on a stick for quick and easy food porn.
Check out a video of of this abomination being birthed into the world after the break…
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Amy of Oh Bite It! is always pretty clever when it comes to creating simple, unique and insane snacks and treats. But I have to say, deep fried s’mores are really something else.
Amy placed some chocolate, graham cracker crumbs and marshmallow cream inside a wonton wrap, sealed the sucker up and then fried it. The end result is essentially a s’mores egg roll.
Check out more pics and the complete set of instructions on Oh Bite It!
You may have thought that deep-fried butter was the pinnacle of outlandish fair food, but the powers that be at the San Diego County Fair have found something else to tempt you away from dollars: deep-fried Starbucks coffee.
The concoction reportedly consists of deep fried balls of dough stuffed with ground coffee, dusted with sugar, topped with whipped cream and served on a stick.
The fried coffee is available at the Bacon-A-Fair booth, although there’s no word yet on how it actually tastes.
Amy of Oh Bite It figured out how to make Oreos even better. And yes, her method involves frying (of course!). Amy made doughnut holes with mini-Oreos stuffed inside. She also made a glaze from the cream inside Double-Stuf Oreos, and I have to say that the end result looks pretty enticing.
Head on over to Oh Bite It! for the full recipe.
Fried food is tasty and it can be fun when it’s done in interesting shapes, but not every shape is a good idea. What you’re looking at here are pork cutlets shaped like Pikachu. They are sold in street stalls in Korea, ready to eat, and can even be ordered in jumbo packs to eat at home. Some people think they’re cute, but others are a bit bothered by the idea of biting off Pikachu’s head. Hey, kids do it to chocolate rabbits every Easter so Pikachu should be fair game.
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The aptly named Sticky’s Finger Joint, a chicken fingers chain eatery in NYC, recently unveiled their latest creation: cotton candy French fries. The dish blends delicious cotton candy with salty French fries, and special orders come with strawberry Pop Rocks and caramel sauce. God help us all.
(Foodiggity via Neatorama)
Say hello (or bonjour) to the Poutine Tornado. Josh Elkin, one of the culinary geniuses from Epic Meal Time, is behind this magnificent creation which utilizes a large russet potato, Quebec cheese curds and brown gravy.
If you’d like all of the details on how it was made, head on over to the MTL Blog.
Bree Miller of Bree’s Cakes decided to celebrate Easter by creating a confectionary Frankenstein consisting of three layers cornbread cake pasted together with mac and cheese and candied yams, iced with mashed potatoes, drizzled with gravy and topped with fried chicken.
Apparently this isn’t the first time Bree has dabbled in experimental comfort food cakes. She has also fashioned a double layer cornbread cake with black bean filling and mashed potato frosting with guacamole, caramelized onions, avocado slices and lime, as well as a collard green and cornbread cake topped with spicy chicken wings.
Hit the jump for some additional pics.
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Is Amy of Oh Bite It a demon that’s trying to harvest our souls by tempting us with over-the-top treats? If she’s mortal, has she finally gone to far with fried bacon wrapped Oreos?
Head on over to Oh Bite It for more details and decide for yourself.