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This Bro’s Pork Belly Tacos Will Cradle You Lovingly To Sleep

Pork belly is one of our favorite proteins to work with. The fatty, juicy cuts of meat are so versatile, the possibilities of what you can create with them are endless. Usually, though, we just fry them up and eat them between two slices of Wonder Bread. Luckily, Josh Scherer is a little more creative than we are and whipped up these amazing tacos.

The man known as Culinary Bro-Down came up with a pork belly tacos with fish sauce caramel recipe that’s near and dear to our hearts. Especially since we’ve been chasing the fish sauce caramel dragon for a while now.

Check out the pork belly tacos recipe video:

No doubt, this dish touches upon all the basic tastes the human tongue is capable of. Scherer is good at titillating us like that.

If you’re trying to get your hands on that pork belly taco recipe, don’t sweat. Scherer’s cookbook: The Culinary Bro-Down Cookbook: Recipes for a Dope-Ass Life is now available to order on Amazon. Also, be sure to check out Scherer’s Cheeseburger Pudding recipe.

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Okay Seriously, Crispy Ramen Fry Poutine is This Year’s Ramen Burger

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There’s a fine line between fusion and crazy batshit insane. As outlandish as Korean x Mexican fusion may have seemed circa 2009, it still made enough sense to enough people to make Kogi Truck a thing.

Japanese x French Canadian cuisine may not have that same luxury. But thankfully we have folks like blogger Josh Scherer of Culinary Bro-Down who really don’t care.

As Scherer puts it on his blog, Ramen Poutine was born out of the cultural similarities shared between the Japanese and French Canadian people, such as both of them liking flower symbols (cherry blossoms and fleurs-de-lys), or both of them having Pizza Huts in their country. The resulting street food blasphemy combines frozen and fried sticks of instant ramen, miso oxtail gravy, cheese curds, soft boiled eggs, scallions, and hot sauce into this year’s ramen burger. That is, a bizarre and probably delicious eastern x western mashup that’s just psycho enough to work.

Considering both ramen and poutine are infamous drunk foods in their homelands, we recommend getting sloshed before indulging. Your tastebuds, and logic, will thank you for it.

Hop over to Culinary Bro-Down for the recipe.