It goes without saying that anytime I order from Little Caesars pizza, a bag or three of their famous Crazy Bread is a must. Hot and greasy, I almost always grab an extra order of pure delight as fuel on long drives. Now, decades later, Little Ceasars is finally adding a cheesy twist to their famous bread sticks.
The new Cheese-Stuffed Crazy Bread is baked with melted mozzarella cheese inside and dusted with garlic and grated parmesan cheese. Each bag comes with three sticks and is served with a side of the chain’s marinara-like dip called Crazy Sauce.
Famed fast food reviewer Daym Drops got his hands on a bag and here’s what he had to say as a first look:
As you can see, while he appears to have enjoyed the sticks, his biggest criticism was that it needed a more garlic butter. He then goes on a rant explaining how if he ran his own Little Caesars his breadsticks would constantly be dunked in hot garlic butter, to which I gave him a standing ovation from my bedroom.
May want to take a beat this week and sneak over to our local Little Caesars. This looks too good not to try. Hopefully Mr. Drops just got a solitary dry batch. You can find the new variation of Crazy Bread at participating locations of Little Caesars now.
[UPDATE: YouTube has finally come down on Logan Paul, removing him from Google Preferred, which is the video platform’s primary advertising tool. They’ve also put a hold on some of Paul’s upcoming YouTube Red projects. He is still profiting off AdSense, and has not been banned, like some of the food channels mentioned in the story below. The banning issues with L.A. Beast and Wreckless Eating have also yet to be resolved. ]
YouTube has been under a microscope since letting daily vlogger Logan Paul post a video showing a dead body, and even promoting it on its homepage. They’ve been called out by popular YouTubers, saying Paul should have been banned in accordance to YouTube’s guidelines, and while Paul is taking a hiatus, it was not a break imposed by YouTube.
Fast forward a few days later, and fellow YouTuber Kevin Strahle AKA L.A. Beast received a three month livestream ban after eating a dead cockroach on video.
L.A. Beast is known for his iron stomach, once taking down 13 ghost chilies in one sitting, and even eating a live cockroach back in 2013. While gross, this is kind of his thing.
Sure, that might have toed the line of YouTube’s posting guidelines, but now the video Website is being questioned for Strahle’s ban, while Logan Paul got off scot-free.
YouTube channel Wreckless Eating came to Strahle’s defense, calling out YouTube, saying:
“So @youtube promoted the showing of a suicide on their trending page with no punishment to @LoganPaul but banned @KevLAbeast from live streaming for 3 months because he ate a dead cockroach. This is really the current state of youtube. Any response @TeamYouTube?”
Wreckless Eating itself said it has suffered from a YouTube ban, as their AdSense has been under review, and they have completely stopped monetizing on ALL their videos. Over the years, they’ve accumulated thousands of videos, and they are currently not getting a dime for them. The foodie channel did not receive any reasoning for the ban, and has been iced by YouTube for over 20 days now.
Day 23 of having @AdSense sitting in review while we make zero income after being a partner for 6 years. Continue to be ignored by @YouTube/@TeamYouTube/@YTCreators. I await the corporate response telling us to be patient and wait.
This has led to a scary discussion that asks if food channels are being phased out of YouTube. Popular food YouTuber Daym Drops spoke on this, explaining his belief that YouTube has been making changes that helps some channels, and hurts others, and it seems that it is hurting a lot of foodies, in particular, fast food reviewers.
Elie Ayrouth, founder of Foodbeast.com, believes that YouTube has changed, and does favor some channels such as Logan Paul, but feels it is because the content connects with a new generation of viewers that is driving the platform, adding:
“There are some food channels that are doing a great job. First We Feast is doing a great job— there’s celebrity in there, and any age is going to care about celebrities. YouTube should have more food programming, and they’re not giving us good enough advice on what is working. People like Daym Drops and Wreckless Eating feel like they’re on an island, and they don’t know what to create anymore for YouTube, so they have to jump ship to other platforms. YouTube could use better education about food programming, because food is a great catalyst to make a lot of money. It’s a rising tide. Look what’s happening to Facebook— food videos really brought up the platform and created brands like Tasty and Blossom.”
YouTube still has not taken action on the Logan Paul situation, making it hard to form a clear cut picture of what is going on with the video platform, but it is becoming more and more apparent that some favoritism might be at play, and from food channels to daily vloggers voicing their displeasure, it is shaking the company to its core.
YouTube food reviewing guru Daym Drops just ventured into the realm of sheer insanity and constructed a four pound Subway sandwich challenge — and he’s calling out all comers to attempt to conquer the gluttonous hoagie.
To construct a sandwich stoned eaters would dream of, Daym slapped every single ingredient you can possibly order at Subway into a single sub. Putting everything from the tuna glop to the grated Parmesan on this sandwich would give you a Subway feast that checks in at approximately 5,700 calories.
While Daym sampled and gave his own take on the sandwich (which you can see above), he himself didn’t finish the entire thing on camera. Instead, he called on anyone, especially competitive eaters, to try the sandwich to see “which of you savages will be able to finish this in a respectable amount of time.”
So whether you’re Furious Pete, Raina Huang, Matt Stonie, or just someone who thinks they can crush this behemoth, feel free to order and take on this four pound Subway sandwich challenge. We wish you the best of luck and the strongest of stomachs.
McDonald’s is dropping a limited release of their Szechuan Sauce this coming weekend, meaning that curious fans will finally get a chance to try the much hyped condiment out in stores. If you want to get an idea of what the sauce tastes like beforehand, YouTube fast food critic Daym Drops just dropped his spicy take on the Szechuan Sauce on his YouTube channel.
Daym got an early hookup on the condiment from McDonald’s and grabbed some McNuggets to dip into it and share his thoughts. Based on the video, Daym is clearly a fan of the new sauce, proclaiming it to be “the truth” at one point as he inhaled the McNuggets. His sharpest insight on this Mulan McNuggets Sauce is a comparison to “your local hood Chinese spot,” so if you frequent those restaurants, you’ll be able to get an inkling of what the sauce is like for yourself.
Peep the video above to get Daym’s full take on the returning condiment. If you’re inspired or skeptical of Daym’s feedback on the Szechuan Sauce, grab some when it drops to see if you’re down with it or not.
When you mess up a food order for Daym Drops, you’re gonna pay the price. Unfortunately for Burger King, that’s exactly what happened to them.
Daym rolled up to a local franchise hoping to try the King’s new Chicken Parmesan sandwich, but was served up a version that was dryer than the Sahara Desert. Daym couldn’t take the sandwich being so parched, and launched into a massive tirade on his YouTube review of the new item.
It got to the point where Daym even tried to rejuvenate the sandwich by pouring water onto it in a move very reminiscent of a Gordon Ramsay outburst. His reaction to what happened after that is YouTube gold that you have to see for yourself to believe.
Hopefully, if you go to try this new sandwich, they don’t serve you the wizened version of the Chicken Parm that Daym had to suffer through.
The topic of whether Five Guys Burgers is better than In-N-Out has been a point of extreme contention here at the Foodbeast office for weeks now. A recent study by EquiTrend declared that Five Guys was the superior burger chain… triggering many fans of the California-based In-N-Out chain.
Hellthy JunkFood decided to hold a friendly competition, hosted by our buddy Daym Drops, to see who could make the better burger between the two chains.
Check out the video to see how to make both In-N-Out’s Double Double Cheeseburger and Five Guys’ Bacon Cheeseburger straight from the comfort of your own kitchen.
Since it’s a collaboration, peep Daym’s video to see which of the two chefs’ burgers won the coveted prize of bragging rights.
Daym Drops is a good friend of ours at Foodbeast, and is known for giving “Super Official” YouTube reviews about almost anything when it comes to fast food. He’s proclaimed KFC to have the world’s best flavored chicken and given hilarious reviews of items like the McSurf & Turf Burger.
So when Daym Drops came out to California for a bit, we decided to greet him in the craziest way possible: by feeding him bugs.
In the latest episode of “Unboxed,” our very own Elie Ayrouth and Daym came together to try a sampling of gourmet insect snacks. Bugs don’t sound like the tastiest things in the world to eat, but the team behind these insect delicacies knows what they’re doing.
The snacks that Elie and Daym tried are from Don Bugito, a small San Francisco-based company that makes snacks out of food-grade crickets and mealworms. Eating bugs, of course, usually comes with an ick factor that drives a lot of people away, but covering them with something like chocolate or spices to improve the flavor usually helps people out in trying these snacks.
If you’re down to try bugs, or just wanna see Daym Drops give some deep and hilarious thoughts on eating the critters, go ahead and watch the video. It won’t bug you out, trust me.
YouTube superstar Daym Drops doesn’t hold anything back in his reviews of fast food chains and restaurants. He’ll call them out on things, but he’ll also praise them when the restaurants create something amazing that he loves.
When he does do that, as he just did this past week, y’all want to pay attention and get some for yourself.
Last week, Daym headed over to KFC to try their new Georgia Gold Chicken, which is basically a honey mustard barbeque fried chicken that people have been LOVING. While he wasn’t immediately impressed that he got it in a container labeled “Nashville Hot”, biting into the fried chicken changed his view on the Georgia Gold almost instantly.
“This might be… the best flavored chicken… that I’ve had… in a long time.”
He was so in love with this chicken that he had to take three HUGE bites before even being able to talk about it. KFC’s Georgia Gold just had him from first bite.
That’s gotta be a show right there of how tasty Georgia Gold really is. When a YouTube star whose profession it is to literally try everything there is in fast food (including fried chicken) makes a bold statement like that, you know it’s super official.
You don’t make a video titled “The World’s Greatest Fried Chicken” if you don’t honestly think that it’s the world’s best fried chicken.
If you haven’t tried KFC’s Georgia Gold yet, head over to your local KFC and see if you agree with Daym Drops or not.