Now You Can Eat Sweet & Sour Chicken With One Hand, in a Wonton Cone


Now that we’ve seen the perilous first plunges into turning traditionally two-handed meals turned into a cone and made consumable through one hand, the floodgates have been opened.

We’ve seen the chicken and waffle cone, chocolate chip cookie ice cream cone, a cobb salad crouton cone, the tacone and the pizza waffle cone — but now, it’s time to eat sweet & sour chicken with one hand. Nick of food blog DudeFoods continues his rampant food hacking with his latest creation, Sweet and Sour Chicken in a Wonton Cone.

He wrapped a wonton shell around a stainless steel cone shaper, brushed it with an egg wash and dropped it in a deep fryer — then stuffed it with Chinese food.  Here’s the result:


Via DudeFoods


Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Cone is Next-level Cone Innovation


It’s a chocolate chip cookie cone — and while there have been iterations of chocolate chip cookies in cone-form before, never have I seen an entire cookie comprise the shape of a cone which begs the question: “Where the hell has it been my entire life?!”

Nick, the mastermind of food blog DudeFoods has been making unique cones for sometime, Pizza Cones, Crouton Cones for one-handed cobb salads, the Tacone, and now this sexy looking cone made entirely out of an oversized chocolate chip cookie.

How did he make it? The way someone without a culinary degree and a tolerance for trial and error would — he baked a giant cookie, and rolled it into a cone before it could harden, and viola! The cookie dough ice cream he scooped in as a nice touch as well.

Cone innovation at its finest.

H/T DudeFoods


Eat Your Salad Out of a Crouton Cone, Because This is America

Call it fate, call it genius, call it necessity, or just call it American — we can now eat a salad with one hand with a Crouton Cone Cobb Salad.

The idea for the crouton cone is the bastard child-idea of our foodie Rain Man friend Nick, who you may or may not know for the creation of the Tacone a few months back (yes, that’s a corn waffle cone that holds all the necessary taco ingredients). This time around, Nick has created a crouton cone made by made by combining finely ground croutons, egg, and some olive oil, rolled into a ball and mashed down in a waffle cone maker. Following that process, the cone gets the oven treatment at 400° until crispy — and then he dumps his Cobb Salad mixture into the opening for easy transportability: lettuce, chicken, bacon, avocado, tomato, diced hard-boiled eggs, blue cheese, and a vinaigrette dressing.

Here’s what eating your salad out of a cone looks like:

Via DudeFoods