Yes, That’s A Chili Cheese Egg Roll. Here’s How To Make It


Whoever came up with the brilliant idea to put chili and cheese together should get a statue made in their image. With that chili cheese passion in our hearts, we met with chef Josh Elkin to knock out another wondrous creation in the FOODBEAST Kitchen.

Since we’ve been on an egg roll kick, Chili Cheese Egg Rolls were born.

Here’s what you’ll need:

An egg, egg roll wrappers, cheese, chili and oil or deep frying.

Here’s what to do:

Beat an egg and use it as a wash for your egg roll wrapper. Then, place a chunk of cheese at the center. Velveeta’s a pretty solid choice for meltability, but any cheese will do.

Spoon your chili on top of the cheese. The chili should be either room temperature or colder to make the folding process go as smoothly as possible.

Start wrapping your egg rolls carefully and place it into the deep fryer. Allow it to cook until it’s golden brown.

Now, you’re ready to serve and chow down. Check out the video for the complete recipe.

Fast Food

Wienerschnitzel Introduces Seasoned Curly Fries [Chili Cheese Optional]


Fans of Wienerschnitzel’s will be happy to hear that they’re now adding specially-seasoned curly fries to their menu. But why stop there? They’re also offering the much recommended option of putting chili and cheese on top of them. While I can see the health merits of not doing so, it could be argued why even go to Wienerschnitzel if you’re trying to eat healthy? Throw em on!


These gooey golden curls are literally dripping with flavor, just waiting for you to put them in your mouth. Sadly, they’re only available for a limited time, which gives you all the more reason to chow down now. The new Chili Cheese Curly Fries are available for $3.34 at participating locations.


‘DUI Fries’ Smothered in Pastrami, Carne Asada and Chili Cheese


Photo by Peter Pham at Jim’s Burgers


Chili Cheese Dog Dip


via HostTheToast

Adventures Cravings

Adventure: Spike’s Junkyard Dogs (Boston, Mass.)

There are a lot of great things in the world named Spike. Rugrat’s main character, Tommy Pickles’s dog was fittingly named “Spike”. The infamous mens television network, “Spike TV” alongside famous film directors: Spike Lee and Spike Jonze. There are many other people/characters you might known that could be on this list, but I found a restaurant that should fit in nicely. My friends and I visited Spike’s Junkyard Dogs in Boston which lived up to its predecessors prestige. Check it out as we explore this junkyard full of burgers, chicken and hot dogs!


Chili Bombs: Chili Cheese Deep Fried Hushpuppy Balls

A hushpuppy silhouette, filled with delicious chili and cheese, deep fried. Where are the rules anymore?! Oh that’s right, OUT THE FUCKING WINDOW! Count me in for a platter of these, and some orange soda to keep my pallet clean.


Craving: The DUI


This D.U.I. doesn’t include a hefty fine!  It has french fries covered with chili cheese, carne asada and pastrami. Why can’t police just give these out? (PicThx TIWYF)