This Street Food Vendor Has A Hypnotizing Sales Technique [WATCH]

Some of the best foods you’ll every try can sometimes come from vendors on the street. A recent video shows a young Chinese street food maker showing off some flashy moves by tossing what appears to be buns into the air in crazy geometric patterns.

It seems what he’s doing is actually removing the excess flour from the buns. However, the way he does it adds a ridiculous amount of flair to his sales.

Kind of almost looks like CGI. Almost.

Check out the video.

Fast Food

Burger King Is Serving Burgers With RED Buns And Cheese In Japan


Looks like Burger King is seeing red. Burger King locations in Japan will soon be serving two Samurai Burgers. Each burger will feature a unique red bun and red slice of cheese.

The Samurai Burgers will feature both beef and chicken options. In keeping with the color scheme each sandwich will feature a spicy chili bean paste sauce. The Samurai Beef Burger will have a burger patty topped with a grilled onion slice. The Samurai Chicken Burger will feature a crispy chicken patty, lettuce, mayonnaise and a slice of tomato.

Both sandwiches will be available at participating Burger King Japan locations beginning July 3. They definitely look more appetizing than those dark black burgers BK Japan released a few years ago.

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How To Make A Spaghetti Burger With Deep-Fried Noodle Buns


If there was ever a time where one could devour an entire sphaghetti meal without having to pick up a fork and knife this is it. Thanks to Nick from Dude Foods, we now have the Deep Fried Spaghetti Bun Burger.

Nick took some cooked spaghetti and flattened it out between two pieces of wax paper and froze it. An hour later, the buns are removed and carefully shaped into discs with a knife and upside-down glass. The buns are then coated with flour, dipped into an egg wash and coated with Italian breadcrumbs.

With a fryer set to 375 degrees, the buns are then deep-fried for a minute and a half.

Using a half pound of Italian sausage, Nick formed a patty and tossed it on the grill. Once completed, the burger is topped with mozzarella cheese, marinara sauce and some grated Parmesan cheese.


Fast Food

Burger King Japan has Burgers with Black Cheese and Buns, Patties Still Brown tho


Burger King Japan is going dark with two new burgers that take a pretty heavy black theme. Called Kuro, which translates to “black” in Japanese, the burgers are made with uniquely jet-black ingredients.

The Kuro burgers, Pearl and Diamond, can be instantly identified by their black slices of cheese and buns. They both feature a bamboo-charcoal black cheese and black onion garlic sauce. Using squid ink to give the sauce color, the burgers appear to ooze darkness from their pores. The only different between the two is that the Kuro Diamond will feature the additional toppings of lettuce, tomato, onions and mayonnaise (albeit the white kind).

The Kuro Pearl is available for 480 yen ($4.49 US) and the Kuro Diamond is available for 690 yen ($6.45 US). The burgers are set to hit the menu Sept. 19 and will be sold through early November at participating Burger King Japan locations.

They look pretty metal.

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This Chicken Sandwich Puts the Whole World in Your Mouth


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All is now right in the world


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Breakfast Sandwich Swaps Bread for Hash Brown Buns


Let’s face it. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Whether it’s ridiculously early at 6 am, kinda early at 10 am, or my usual 2 o’clock in the afternoon. The first thing I think about is always breakfast.

Nick from Dude Foods came up with the idea for the Hash Brown Bun after seeing the Ramen Burger bun take off earlier in the summer. Feeling inspired, he took some metal egg rings and filled them with shredded hash browns. Then it was just a matter of cooking it slowly and carefully so the hash browns would come out evenly.

After that’s done, you can pretty much customize your sandwich however you like. Add some eggs, bacon, sausage, avocados or even a middle layer of MOAR HASH BROWNS. Me? I’ll probably throw in some jalapeños and anchovies to really make my colon work for it.

And ketchup. Ketchup’s fruit, right?

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Buttocks-Shaped Mooncakes Make a Cheeky Gift


Check out those hot buns.

Here’s an interesting way to kick off the Mid-Autumn Festival: butt-shaped mooncakes, anyone? Edging on more awkward than adorable, these booty buns ironically were made at Hong Kong-based shop, Goods of Desire. You can’t make this stuff up.

Available in designs such as “Mind The Gap”, “Cover-Up” and “Full Monty,” these naughty pastries are taking the term mooncakes to the extreme, and a box of four will run you $41. Did we mention the buns are filled?

No word on what exactly these buns are filled with but we’re hoping it’s red bean. Dear god please let it be red bean.

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