Adventures Hit-Or-Miss

Watch This Dude Freak Out After Eating World’s Spiciest ‘Death’ Ramen

Recently, we posted a video of some dude dunking himself in a bathtub filled with hot-sauce and whole peppers. Although, the legitimacy of that video came into question after people began wondering if it was really hot sauce and not tomato juice. Either way, it still looked like an excruciating experience.

Actually, after watching YouTuber Awesome Eats try the spiciest Indomie noodles in the world, the hot sauce bath tub looked like child’s play. Made with 100 bird’s eye chilies, this plate of ramen is so spicy that the restaurant, Abang Adek, located in Jakarta, Indonesia, lists it as “Mampus”, which translates to “Death.”

This noodle dish holds the record for the spiciest ramen on the planet, according to the video.

There is clearly a level of fear in this challenge, as there should be when consuming something marketed as “death.” Still, Awesome Eats dives in head first and regrets every second after. Despite his clear physical distress, it’s pretty comical to watch the agonizing process.

First the clothes come off. Pretty sure he’s in his undershirt and boxers at one point.

Quickly, followed by cold liquids.

A lot of cold liquids.

Then comes the shower — inside the restaurant.

“Of all the feelings I’ve had in my life, this is the worst.” — Awesome Eats

Even though we would highly discourage taking on this challenge yourself, we have to applaud the efforts behind the man brave enough to attempt something of this nature. It’s not every day you’re able to say you ate “death” noodles and lived to tell the tale.

If you want to see more of Awesome Eats, subscribe to his YouTube channel, here.


Krispy Kreme Offers Crème Brûlée Doughnut with Caramelized Sugar Crust


The beauty of dishes like crème brûlée and donuts is that they’re simple. Still we’d be crazy not to love this new mashup from our favorite alliterative donut shop Krispy Kreme. Out in Indonesia, they’ve just introduced a new Crème Brûlée Doughnut, featuring a burnt caramelized sugar crust atop pillows of fluffy fried bread and creamy custard filling.

It’s definitely not the first crème brûlée donut out there, but it is probably the first one with its own “hot now” sign.

According to Brand Eating, the donut was previously available in the Philippines under the name “Krème Brûlée.” Other versions have popped up elsewhere around the states, from Doughnut Plant in New York to Semi Sweet Bakery in Los Angeles.

Still the craziest we’ve seen has to be this Krispy Kreme-INFUSED crème brûlée from South Carolina chef Rodney Freidank. Six whole glazed donuts pureed into a creamy egg base. Lifestyle magazine Garden & Gun has the recipe. *DEAD*

Picthx Krispy Kreme Indonesia


Pay $2,500 To Eat This Big Black Cock, I Mean Chicken


Fancy all-black poultry for dinner? Perhaps the Ayam Cemani from Indonesia will get you pondering a purchase.

The Ayam Cemani is “my most requested bird, ever,” touts Paul Bradshaw of Florida’s Greenfire Farms.

The unique bird features black feathers, skin, muscle, bone and organs — and, not surprisingly, it’s incredibly rare. In Asia, the Ayam Cemani is not only regarded for its beauty but also for its supposed “mystical powers.” Of course, all those unique qualities come at a high price tag — $2,500 per chicken to be exact.

Bradshaw is the first and only US breeder of the Ayam Cemani as of right now, and he’s planning on selling chicks early next year at $5,000 a pair. Yup, 5,000 buckaroos. If that number’s a little cringe-worthy, just think — you can’t really put a price on having a magical chicken running around your house, can you?

If you’re interested in adding this rare bird to your family, head on over to Greenfire Farms for all info.

H/T Food and Wine + PicThx Greenfire Farms