Back in November I wrote about BacoBurger — a company that packages and sells burgers that are made from a blend of ground bacon and meat. Now, if there’s one thing I love more than burgers it’s breakfast, so seeing as how I had a few burger patties left after my original blog post I decided to try making a breakfast BacoBurger.
Instead of a bun I opted to use two waffles. Since my waffle maker only makes square waffles … Continue Reading »
I’m sure most of you are aware of what an Elvis sandwich is, but just in case you aren’t I’ll break it down for you. The sandwich, which has often been referred to as one of Elvis Presley’s favorites (hence the name), consists of bacon, peanut butter and banana between two pieces of grilled bread.
I’ve eaten plenty of Elvis sandwiches in my life, but recently I decided to switch it up a little and swap out the bananas for … Continue Reading »
I received an email recently offering me $350 to construct and write about a “snackadium.” A snackadium, for those of you who are unaware just like I was, is basically a stadium built out of snacks. Seeing as how $350 is about what I make working two days at my normal job I’d have to be pretty stupid to pass this up. Plus, who wouldn’t wanna make a stadium out of snacks!? Since the promotion was sponsored by Pillsbury there … Continue Reading »
It’s been a pretty crazy 2012 here at DudeFoods. The amount of people reading my blog on a daily basis has far surpassed anything I could have ever imagined, but more importantly, I came up with a ton of new, ridiculous food creations. Seeing as how many of you weren’t reading DudeFoods back at the beginning of the year I figured I’d recap the ten most popular posts from 2012.
What do you do when you want a breakfast burrito, you’re out of tortillas and you have a freezer full of Nueske’s bacon? You grab a pound of it, weave it into a giant square and use that instead! Alright, so it wasn’t quite that easy, but in the end my bacon weave breakfast burrito still turned out even better than I’d hoped for.
After creating my bacon weave I cooked it in my oven for ten minutes at … Continue Reading »