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Postby Banedon » Tue Mar 22, 2016 12:03 pm

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If something seems too weird to be real, it's worth googling.

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Banedon wrote:
doublebubble wrote:http://imgur.com/bH39lYA


If something seems too weird to be real, it's worth googling.

http://www.snopes.com/photos/food/friedchickenoreos.asp

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Postby doublebubble » Tue Mar 22, 2016 12:53 pm

Banedon wrote:
doublebubble wrote:http://imgur.com/bH39lYA


If something seems too weird to be real, it's worth googling.

http://www.snopes.com/photos/food/friedchickenoreos.asp



thats unfortunate was looking forward to the spam oreos.

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Re: Fast Food Monstrosities

Postby scarey » Tue Mar 22, 2016 2:22 pm

philosophizer75 wrote:Another "pick your toppings" place I've heard of is blaze pizza. Personal size pizza they roll the fresh dough out for you at the beginning and hand you a wood stove cooked pizza at the end with whatever you want done between the two. Never had it, just told about by my sister.


Blaze is awesome. I've gone there enough to have a regular: spicy marinara with shredded mozzarella, grilled chicken, banana peppers, giardiniera, and artichoke hearts.

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Postby apete6 » Wed Mar 23, 2016 1:34 pm

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philosophizer75 wrote:Another "pick your toppings" place I've heard of is blaze pizza. Personal size pizza they roll the fresh dough out for you at the beginning and hand you a wood stove cooked pizza at the end with whatever you want done between the two. Never had it, just told about by my sister.


Blaze is awesome. I've gone there enough to have a regular: spicy marinara with shredded mozzarella, grilled chicken, banana peppers, giardiniera, and artichoke hearts.

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I've been to both Blaze and Mod about 2 or 3 times each. Blaze is definitely better. Apparently LeBron has a huge stake in the company--good investment.
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Re: Fast Food Monstrosities

Postby Brian707 » Wed Mar 23, 2016 2:21 pm

So the Braves will have a Burgerizza at the ballpark this year $26

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Postby Banedon » Wed Mar 23, 2016 2:25 pm

Brian707 wrote:So the Braves will have a Burgerizza at the ballpark this year $26

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Now I know what I'm cooking for the kids tonight.
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Postby Sammy's Boombox » Sun May 01, 2016 2:37 am

Not a monstrosity, but Gus's Fried Chicken is the best fried chicken in the world and they opened one in Chicago. It's got some spice to it though. So beware. Originally from Memphis. I will say the Memphis one is better than the one they just put in here in KC, but it's still really good.

http://gusfriedchicken.com/chicago-illinois-location/
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Postby Tim » Sun May 01, 2016 2:48 am

Sammy's Boombox wrote:Not a monstrosity, but Gus's Fried Chicken is the best fried chicken in the world and they opened one in Chicago. It's got some spice to it though. So beware. Originally from Memphis. I will say the Memphis one is better than the one they just put in here in KC, but it's still really good.

http://gusfriedchicken.com/chicago-illinois-location/

Damn good fried chicken. I go to the Little Rock location every time I'm in town. Then I piss off the Flying Saucer people by bringing my Chicken across the street to have some good beer while I eat my chicken.
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Postby minnesotacubsfan » Sun May 01, 2016 2:50 am

philosophizer75 wrote:Another "pick your toppings" place I've heard of is blaze pizza. Personal size pizza they roll the fresh dough out for you at the beginning and hand you a wood stove cooked pizza at the end with whatever you want done between the two. Never had it, just told about by my sister.



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Postby Sammy's Boombox » Sun May 01, 2016 3:21 am

Tim wrote:
Sammy's Boombox wrote:Not a monstrosity, but Gus's Fried Chicken is the best fried chicken in the world and they opened one in Chicago. It's got some spice to it though. So beware. Originally from Memphis. I will say the Memphis one is better than the one they just put in here in KC, but it's still really good.

http://gusfriedchicken.com/chicago-illinois-location/

Damn good fried chicken. I go to the Little Rock location every time I'm in town. Then I piss off the Flying Saucer people by bringing my Chicken across the street to have some good beer while I eat my chicken.


They put ours right next to Joe's KC (formerly Oklahoma Joe's), which is in my opinion the best BBQ in the world. Having them right next to each other causes quite the conundrum. Today we decided on Gus's. There's also a place called Taco Republic on this same corner that I hear is really good, but I don't see how I'll ever try this place considering the other two options right next door.

If they ever put a Portillo's in on this same street I'm buying a house close by. I don't care how crappy the school district is.
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Postby Banedon » Sun May 01, 2016 12:12 pm

scarey wrote:
philosophizer75 wrote:Another "pick your toppings" place I've heard of is blaze pizza. Personal size pizza they roll the fresh dough out for you at the beginning and hand you a wood stove cooked pizza at the end with whatever you want done between the two. Never had it, just told about by my sister.


Blaze is awesome. I've gone there enough to have a regular: spicy marinara with shredded mozzarella, grilled chicken, banana peppers, giardiniera, and artichoke hearts.


I believe we're getting one of these down here in Bloomington.
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Postby vance_the_cubs_fan » Sun May 01, 2016 9:29 pm

I ate at a restaurant in Natchez, MS yesterday and ordered the Ultimate BLT with deep fried bacon.

Here it is in all its glory.

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Postby mul21 » Mon May 02, 2016 6:44 pm

Sammy's Boombox wrote:
Tim wrote:
Sammy's Boombox wrote:Not a monstrosity, but Gus's Fried Chicken is the best fried chicken in the world and they opened one in Chicago. It's got some spice to it though. So beware. Originally from Memphis. I will say the Memphis one is better than the one they just put in here in KC, but it's still really good.

http://gusfriedchicken.com/chicago-illinois-location/

Damn good fried chicken. I go to the Little Rock location every time I'm in town. Then I piss off the Flying Saucer people by bringing my Chicken across the street to have some good beer while I eat my chicken.


They put ours right next to Joe's KC (formerly Oklahoma Joe's), which is in my opinion the best BBQ in the world. Having them right next to each other causes quite the conundrum. Today we decided on Gus's. There's also a place called Taco Republic on this same corner that I hear is really good, but I don't see how I'll ever try this place considering the other two options right next door.

If they ever put a Portillo's in on this same street I'm buying a house close by. I don't care how crappy the school district is.


I've had pretty much all of the BBQ in STL, KC, and Memphis and Q39 has the best pulled pork I've ever eaten. If you haven't been there, do it, do it now!
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Postby Sammy's Boombox » Mon May 02, 2016 7:47 pm

mul21 wrote:
Sammy's Boombox wrote:
Tim wrote:Damn good fried chicken. I go to the Little Rock location every time I'm in town. Then I piss off the Flying Saucer people by bringing my Chicken across the street to have some good beer while I eat my chicken.


They put ours right next to Joe's KC (formerly Oklahoma Joe's), which is in my opinion the best BBQ in the world. Having them right next to each other causes quite the conundrum. Today we decided on Gus's. There's also a place called Taco Republic on this same corner that I hear is really good, but I don't see how I'll ever try this place considering the other two options right next door.

If they ever put a Portillo's in on this same street I'm buying a house close by. I don't care how crappy the school district is.


I've had pretty much all of the BBQ in STL, KC, and Memphis and Q39 has the best pulled pork I've ever eaten. If you haven't been there, do it, do it now!


That's what I hear. Every time I try to go the wait is extremely long. Like hours. You could eat really good BBQ every day for a long time and never eat at the same place twice.

I'm a brisket and ribs guy first, then burnt ends, then pulled pork followed by sausage and poultry. But it's all good.
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Postby The Logan » Mon May 02, 2016 11:37 pm

I'm making a food monstrosity for a short film competition that a character eats in the idea me and my friends have. I'm thinking I'm gonna go with two fried chicken tenders wrapped in bacon and slathered in melted cheese between two burger patties, between two donuts.

Got any good names for something that stupid?
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The Logan wrote:I'm making a food monstrosity for a short film competition that a character eats in the idea me and my friends have. I'm thinking I'm gonna go with two fried chicken tenders wrapped in bacon and slathered in melted cheese between two burger patties, between two donuts.

Got any good names for something that stupid?


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