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24th Apr '16 4:16:21 PM karstovich2
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* A bit milder than most, but if you stack a cherry, pumpkin, and apple pie on top of each other you get a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherpumple Cherpumple]].

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* A bit milder than most, but if you stack a cherry, pumpkin, and apple pie on top of each other and bake them all in a cake you get a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherpumple Cherpumple]].
24th Apr '16 4:11:34 PM karstovich2
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* "Yuanyang tea", a specialty of UsefulNotes/HongKong and UsefulNotes/{{Taiwan}}, is made of seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea and three parts brewed coffee; HK milk tea is itself one part milk to six parts strong brewed tea; this comes out to 1 part milk, 3 parts coffee and 6 parts strong tea when it's all mixed together. When you absolutely MustHaveCaffeine (and sugar and fat), this is not a bad way to go.

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* "Yuanyang tea", "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuanyang_%28drink%29 Yuanyang tea]]", a specialty of UsefulNotes/HongKong and UsefulNotes/{{Taiwan}}, is made of seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea and three parts brewed coffee; HK milk tea is itself one part milk to six parts strong brewed tea; this comes out to 1 part milk, 3 parts coffee and 6 parts strong tea when it's all mixed together. When you absolutely MustHaveCaffeine (and sugar and fat), this is not a bad way to go.
6th Apr '16 6:24:46 AM Sharlee
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* At The Carving Board, a specialty sandwich shop in L.A., they found a way to turn ''spaghetti and meatballs'' into a sandwich. By compressing and baking cooked spaghetti noodles into "bread".
28th Feb '16 10:08:46 AM nombretomado
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** It's even capable of [[TheBoondocks reducing property value and increasing crime]].

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** It's even capable of [[TheBoondocks [[WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks reducing property value and increasing crime]].
9th Jan '16 3:32:23 PM malter
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* Then there's the Swedish [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sm%C3%B6rg%C3%A5st%C3%A5rta Smörgåstårta]], which is a sandwich ''cake''. Most commonly a shrimp sandwich (with eggs, mayonnaise and salad) scaled up to cake size. Popular additional fillings include liver pâté, caviar, olives, smoked salmon and, of course, bacon.
3rd Dec '15 2:46:17 PM VicGeorge2011
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* Gaze on the wrongness of the [[http://la.foodblogging.com/2006/01/20/the-75x75/ 100x100]]. Eventually someone's going to buy a whole steer and grind it.

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* Gaze on the wrongness of the [[http://la.foodblogging.com/2006/01/20/the-75x75/ [[http://supersizedmeals.com/food/article.php/20060125050438458 100x100]]. Eventually someone's going to buy a whole steer and grind it.
3rd Dec '15 2:20:17 PM VicGeorge2011
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* Fast food chain Wendy's has introduced a sandwich called "The Baconator", apparently combining the deliciousness of bacon with the deadliness of the ''{{Terminator}}''. Or possibly vice-versa. Either way, you die happy.

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* Fast food chain Wendy's has introduced a sandwich called "The Baconator", apparently combining the deliciousness of bacon with the deadliness of the ''{{Terminator}}''.''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''. Or possibly vice-versa. Either way, you die happy.
7th Nov '15 10:46:39 PM nombretomado
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** The ducken from ''RedVsBlue'' beats that. You start with a hummingbird, stuff that in a sparrow, stuff that in a chicken, stuff that in a duck, then a turkey, then a BIGGER turkey, stuff that in a penguin, stuff that in a peacock, then an eagle, shove that in an albatross, then an emu, next comes an ostrich, then a leopard, (For presentational purposes) put all that into a pterodactyl, and then stuff it into a Boeing 747.

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** The ducken from ''RedVsBlue'' ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' beats that. You start with a hummingbird, stuff that in a sparrow, stuff that in a chicken, stuff that in a duck, then a turkey, then a BIGGER turkey, stuff that in a penguin, stuff that in a peacock, then an eagle, shove that in an albatross, then an emu, next comes an ostrich, then a leopard, (For presentational purposes) put all that into a pterodactyl, and then stuff it into a Boeing 747.
2nd Sep '15 9:40:56 PM karstovich2
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http://www.channel4.com/programmes/how-to-cook-like-heston/articles/all/iced-chocolate-wine-recipe* Major fast food chains in general tend to offer many quirky variations of their flagship products. One reason is catering to local tastes without diluting the brand too much while another is providing an additional excuse to jack up the price compared to the old favorites they've been serving for decades. Experimentation is common in the F&B industry but fast food is inherently open to 'hybridization' as some traits have to be maintained.

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http://www.channel4.com/programmes/how-to-cook-like-heston/articles/all/iced-chocolate-wine-recipe* * Major fast food chains in general tend to offer many quirky variations of their flagship products. One reason is catering to local tastes without diluting the brand too much while another is providing an additional excuse to jack up the price compared to the old favorites they've been serving for decades. Experimentation is common in the F&B industry but fast food is inherently open to 'hybridization' as some traits have to be maintained.
2nd Sep '15 9:40:04 PM karstovich2
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* Major fast food chains in general tend to offer many quirky variations of their flagship products. One reason is catering to local tastes without diluting the brand too much while another is providing an additional excuse to jack up the price compared to the old favorites they've been serving for decades. Experimentation is common in the F&B industry but fast food is inherently open to 'hybridization' as some traits have to be maintained.

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* http://www.channel4.com/programmes/how-to-cook-like-heston/articles/all/iced-chocolate-wine-recipe* Major fast food chains in general tend to offer many quirky variations of their flagship products. One reason is catering to local tastes without diluting the brand too much while another is providing an additional excuse to jack up the price compared to the old favorites they've been serving for decades. Experimentation is common in the F&B industry but fast food is inherently open to 'hybridization' as some traits have to be maintained.



* On a superficially similar note, though to much different effect, red wine/chocolate mashups have become popular in recent years. The chocolate isn't an ingredient in the wine itself here, though; it's mixed with ordinary red wine before being packaged for sale.

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* On a superficially similar note, though to much different effect, red wine/chocolate mashups have become popular in recent years. The chocolate isn't an ingredient in the wine itself here, though; it's mixed with ordinary red wine before being packaged for sale. On a similar note, Heston Blumenthal (noted for his [[CordonBleughChef interesting--but good!--perspective on flavour combinations]] and a general "MadScientist" reputation) has a fairly famous [[http://www.channel4.com/programmes/how-to-cook-like-heston/articles/all/iced-chocolate-wine-recipe recipe for a dessert of frozen red wine and chocolate]]. (It does require you to flame off the alcohol, but you can make it at home--he ''suggests'' it!)
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