Sandwiches

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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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Christmas-themed Sandwich Monsters are the pinnacle of deliciously terrifying (but festive) treats. These tasty Xmas sangies all feature clever titles such as The A-bacon’nable Snowman, the Caribou-logna, Peng’weenies and, my personal favorite, the B Elf T. There’s also a Santa sandwich that’s made from cheese, marinara and cream cheese… and he looks, uh…extremely appetizing.

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It took eight long centuries for the raw meat that Mongolian soldiers stashed under their saddles to evolve into the modern hamburger we know and love today. But the burger’s journey is an interesting one, and if you’d like to learn more, you can watch this clip from Nat Geo’s EAT: The Story of Food: The History of the Hamburger. Wow, I’m kind of craving a burger now.

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Apparently, a crafty sandwich thief caused a fair amount of havoc at an office. Said thief started a note war, further escalating the conflict. However, you might be surprised to see how the conflict actually ends.

Check out more of the note war after the break…

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Redditor MarkHayes and a buddy recently set up a little friendly culinary competition: they wanted to see who could make the fanciest meal using a Big Mac, French fries and a Coke. The results are pretty fantastic, and I’m kind of convinced that MarkHayes’ friend won. What do you think?

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Hellmann’s, that great maker of mayonnaise, has pushed the technology of 3D printing as part of a Life Hacks campaign. You may know about those 3D printers that can create designs out of chocolate syrup. But now you can get a burger and have your selfie printed on it in mayo. Because, as we all know, food is better when it’s staring back at us with our own faces. To experience this wonder of science yourself, you just have to wait in line for the special Hellmann’s truck, let them take your photo on a smartphone, then it’ll transmit to the mayo-printer. We’re living in the future!

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Behold the ultimate in late-night, drunken fast food! Yes, what you’re looking at is the cheddar chicken biscuit. It’s half Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuit, and half Chick-Fil-A fried chicken filet, and it was invented by several friends from San Francisco. It looks like someone named Brittany Forks came up with the concept in a moment of sheer genius that gave her “palpitations”.

We’re with you on that Brittany.

Photo by Kunaal Arya.

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Well, we all know that Doug, the creator of Dude Foods, has a thing for concocting food creations that feature mountains of beef and gooey cheese. His most recent invention, the grilled cheese-stuffed burger, is no exception. He made three grilled cheese sandwiches (he used thick Texas toast for the buns), and he took one of the sandwiches, sliced it into a circle and packed ground beef around it before grilling. Now that is one intense burger!

Check out the full recipe on Dude Foods.

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Arby’s recently broke a Guinness World Record for the longest commercial with a 13-hour epic designed to promote their Smokehouse Brisket sandwich. The sangie features smoked beef brisket along with smoked gouda, mayo, fried onions and a smoked BBQ sauce.

The commercial ran on May 24 in Duluth, Minnesota, but became available online yesterday. If you missed it, you can watch the 13-hour meat channel after the break.

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The possibilities for grilled cheese and ramen noodles cannot be overstated; people are constantly coming up with recipes that feature each snack in a new and different way. And Nick from Dude Foods? He realized he could combine them for a new cheesey-carbtastic treat: the Ramen Noodle Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

First, he cooked a block of ramen noodles according to the directions on the packaging and let them cool. Then, he turned them into imitations of bread slices by adding egg and refrigerating them. Finally, he added cheese and cooked the ramen noodle “bread” like it was a normal grilled cheese sandwich.

Is it better than ramen burgers? You’ll have to fix them both and let us know.

Get the full how-to over at Dude Foods.