Recipe: Blog Chef
Recipe: Blog Chef
Those dudes from Epic Meal Time are at it again. They’ve already destroyed the sanctity of poutine once before with their Deep Fried Sushi Poutine, but these guys have outdone themselves with these Poutine Dumplings.
Canadians and Italians alike will probably will take the most offense to this international food mashup that pairs a massive potato maple bacon gnocchi-esque dumpling stuffed with cheese curds, coated with onion crunch, pan fried, and topped off with brown gravy.
Sure, Canada might be pissed since this is not technically a traditional poutine since there’s no fries involved , but here in America anything that’s stuffed with cheese then fried is sure to be an instant hit.
Check out Epic Meal Time’s video for the recipe to make your own Poutine Dumplings.
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Just when we thought we’d seen it all, some new insane Bloody Mary steps onto the scene and makes us wonder what could possibly top it. Thus is the case with the new “Chicken Fried Bloody Beast” from Sobelman’s Pub & Grill. The Milwaukee based eatery previously boasted about their “Bloody Masterpiece” Bloody Mary, which is topped with 12 various garnishes and finished off with an entire bacon cheeseburger, but that’s just small potatoes compared to this new alcoholic behemoth.
The Chicken Fried Bloody Beast is gigantic in general, but the fact that it’s topped with an entire friggin’ fried chicken is redonk. In addition to a chicken that can feed a whole table, the drink comes garnished with two Baconadoes (bacon wrapped jalapeño cheese balls on skewers), sausage, cheese, pickle, olive, lemon, brussels sprout, asparagus, mushroom, onion, shrimp, scallion, celery, and tomato. Noticeably absent from the line up is a straw, so good luck trying to get to the actual boozy part of this monstrosity.
Sobelman’s is offering this beast of a drink every Saturday and Sunday on a first-come, first-served basis for a hefty $50, but for every Chicken Fried Bloody Beast sold, Sobelman’s will donate $5 to the Hunger Task Force to help end hunger in Milwaukee. Realistically though, they could be donating all those garnishes, including the fried chicken.
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