Beer N’ Bacon Battered Deep Fried Bacon

“In the end my deep fried bacon turned out to be one of my favorite things that I’ve ever used my deep fryer for. When it came to the taste, the crispy bacon matched up absolutely perfectly with the crunchy beer and bacon breading. After trying it I really have no idea why I’ve never seen this item on the menu at any restaurants. You know, aside from the fact that it’s probably one of the most unhealthy things ever…” w/ photos

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Finger Food With Fingers

“Once a year, the Big Apple hosts a unique dinner — the annual gala of the Explorer’s Club. The highlight of the evening is the cocktail hour, where the finger food might have legs, a face, or even a tongue.” — NatGeo

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The World’s Most Expensive Omelette

“World’s most expensive Omelette is called the ‘Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata’ is featured on the menu at Norma’s restaurant in New York’s Le Parker Meridien Hotel. The main reason that this exorbitant breakfast is so costly is because it is made with lobster and and 10 ounces of sevruga caviar (which comes at the ultra-reasonable fee of $65/ounce!). Food fans are shelling out $1,000 for the world’s most expensive omelette. The lavish dish, called the Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata, is sold at Norma’s Restaurant at Le Parker Meridien Hotel, New York City. The toppings are made of lobster and 10 ounces of sevurga caviar – the highest category of the delicacy from the Caspian Sea.”

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BBQ Eggrolls

“EpicMealTime is changing up the BBQ game! Or are we changing up the Eggroll game? Or are we just changing all the games? Well I guess that makes us the final boss. Make a decision, hater.”

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Drunken French Toast

“Once my French toast was done I finished it off by topping it with apple slices that were mixed with cinnamon, sugar and a little bit of nutmeg and boiled in whiskey. Yep, beer, rum and whiskey all in one meal! And a breakfast meal at that! The French toast slices on their own were awesome, and the whiskey soaked apples were super good, but together they combined for some pretty top notch drunken French toast! I even had some of the egg / RumChata mixture left over when I was done so I made scrambled eggs with it. They turned out to be some of the best scrambled eggs I’ve had in a while, so it looks like I might need to start incorporating RumChata into some more of my recipes. I do have 3/4 of a bottle left over after all!” w/ photos

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