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Old 10-24-10, 02:42 PM
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For your next 12000 calorie century....

a little treat to help you refuel.

https://consumerist.com/2010/10/kfc-m...rst-pizza.html

 
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And don't forget to stop by Taco Town on the lunch break:

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Both look horrible. The pizza is comprised of things that I'd eat individually during a 300k, but not all mashed up together!

I've long wondered what the end result of the Kentucky Fried Taco Hut merger (brought to you by PepsiCo) would be. Instead of my dream of the 7 Layer Stuffed Crust Extra Crispy Meat Supreme Chalupa, it turns out to be that abomination.
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Just about anything is edible with enough cheese. I suspect that is why kids get so many marginal vegetables served with cheese sauce.

I like the travel channel Man versus Food. It amazes me how much food a person can eat at one sitting...
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Mmmm.... Looks, um, great.

I saw a 'recipe' recently for a snack made from totinos pizza rolls stuffed inside pizza hot pockets, which were then rolled inside a frozen pizza (thawed, of course, so it could be rolled)

YUM.
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Originally Posted by The Historian
Just watching that video makes me want to hurl....
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Originally Posted by Wogsterca
Just watching that video makes me want to hurl....
What, you object to two Canadians chowing down?
 
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Does it come with a diet coke? I am watching my figure you know.

Unlike everyone else, I'd take a bite or two (maybe three) just to say that I did. I don't object to new things. Having said, this looks rather...lazy. It's a mash up of random fast food crap tossed on a pizza. I really hate to see “food” wasted like this. If I were to puree a whopper, baconator, big mac, and a double down using a shamrock shake as a binder (in a blendtec blender of course)...could I be in the news?
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Originally Posted by The Historian
What, you object to two Canadians chowing down?
No, but I suggest that they follow this up with a nice visit to 999 Queen Street West* in Toronto. If you took a clock and set the time to 00:01, and when it went all the way around to 00:00 you had a total circulation pump failure, then eating that would advance your clock by a good couple of hours at least....


*Officially known as the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - Queen Street Facility in modern political correctness, the original building opened in 1850 and was known as the Provincial Lunatic Asylum then the Toronto Lunatic Asylum, some people still refer to it as The Nut Hut (including me). The actual 999 Queen W. building was demolished a few years ago and a new building at 1001 Queen West replaced it.
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Originally Posted by bautieri
Does it come with a diet coke? I am watching my figure you know.

Unlike everyone else, I'd take a bite or two (maybe three) just to say that I did. I don't object to new things. Having said, this looks rather...lazy. It's a mash up of random fast food crap tossed on a pizza. I really hate to see “food” wasted like this. If I were to puree a whopper, baconator, big mac, and a double down using a shamrock shake as a binder (in a blendtec blender of course)...could I be in the news?
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Originally Posted by bautieri
If I were to puree a whopper, baconator, big mac, and a double down using a shamrock shake as a binder
You know, I don't think you'd need anything extra to help bind people up with that magic combo.
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