The ‘McEverything’ Stacks Every Single McDonald’s Burger & Costs $140


Let’s take a moment to echo the thoughts of Nick over at Dude Foods: Why didn’t this happen earlier?

Yes, Nick, the man who brought you Waffle-Wrapped Bacon Chicken WingsSweet & Sour Chicken in a Wonton Cone, and the infamous Inside-Out Grilled Cheese Sandwich, has out done himself once again. Although, at this point, are you really surprised?

Inspired to finally check off the “number one thing” on his bucket list, Nick ventured to a McDonald’s in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin to take on the McEverything. A creation of his own imagination, he rolled through 30 minutes prior to the end of breakfast service and ordered 43 different sandwiches (the number of sandwiches the chain offered at the time). The total came out $141.33, or $140.33 without the inclusion of a Diet Coke he added to the order.


Nick then proceeded to stack the sandwiches on top of one another with bamboo skewers, correction: “lots and lots of bamboo skewers.” The result was a thing of beauty, as you can see from the photos, and enough leftovers to take care of breakfast, lunch and dinner for the next week.

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Inside-Out Grilled Cheese Sandwich


So what makes a good grilled cheese? Is it the bread or the kind of cheese you use? Or maybe it’s just out-of-the-box ridiculousness that makes a sandwich so great. Take Nick from DudeFoods, for example. He created the Inside-Out Grilled Cheese Sandwich and it’s glorious.

Using two pieces of Car Valley’s Bread Cheese, he buttered a piece of toast and sandwiched two pieces of bread cheese in between. Then he threw it on the grill for a bit and made himself a phenomenal cheesy treat. Now, if you’re the kind of person that’s never satisfied with the bread-to-cheese ratio in your sandwich, this is definitely something to look into.


Just make sure not to throw it in your toaster or you’ll have a sticky mess on your hands.

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Someone Made a ‘Bacon Weave Choco Taco,’ What Have You Done Today?


I’m going to be honest, this Bacon Weave Choco Taco makes me want to chuck my laptop in the bin and call it a day. The impossible, the unimaginable and the incredible has already been done in one fell swoop, and what have I been doing with my life? Apparently, nothing even remotely close to what Nick over at Dude Foods is achieving.

On any regular day, Dude Foods will showcase the usual fare of deep-fried bacon cheeseburgers and deep-fried, beer-bacon-battered DLTs. The usual. I thought I had Nick all figured out — that he was a chocolate-chip-cookie-ice-cream-cone kind of guy and that was the end of it. Then, he had to go ahead and shove a bunch of ice cream into a bacon-weave taco and dip the damn thing in chocolate. To add insult to injury, he even sprinkled chopped peanuts on top. Ouch, we thought we knew you Nick, we really did.


Although, once our heads stop throbbing from the mindfuck, we’ll probably take some time out of our day to try this glorious Bacon Weave Choco Taco. We just ask that you go easy on us next time, Nick, and do something simple, like deep-fried Doritos.

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Bacon Weave Elvis Sandwich Disowns Bread, Was Never Fond of It Anyway

The Bacon Weave Elvis Sandwich

If you’re about that fit life this summer, look away because this Bacon Weave Elvis sandwich might break you.

If you’re not familiar with the the Elvis food culture, step right in here for a burger, here for an epic Texan version and here for your Nutella fix.

Even with those Elvis-inspired creations, this might be the best one yet as it disowns any type of bread and replaces it with bacon-woven deliciousness.

It still holds true to Elvis tradition with the banana slices and peanut butter between the weave.

Nick, the master craftsman and bacon weave extraordinaire over at Dude Foods, said the bacon, peanut butter and banana is the core of the Elvis anyway, and we have to give him kudos for not just substituting the bread, but replacing it with bacon.

If you’re wondering, yes, Nick is the same guy who brought you the Deep Fried Bacon Cheeseburger and the Bacon Weave Doritos Tacos Locos.

Pure bacon genius.

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It’s a Deep-Fried Bacon Cheeseburger, because ‘MURRICA


Since we’re ringing in our country’s birthday this week, there’s really no better way to celebrate than by feasting on some delicious eats. And since deep frying makes everything better (See: mac and cheese burger bun and cookie dough balls), it’s about time someone took the liberty to create the most patriotic dish we’ve ever come across — a deep fried bacon cheeseburger with a side of clogged arteries.

First off, Nick over at Dude Foods rules. Remember those bacon nachos of insanity? That ain’t got nothin’ on this greasy mound of deliciousness. It’s a bacon cheeseburger + all the fixings in a beautiful orb of fried dough. Yez plz.


So be the brave soul this 4th, and impress the hell out of your friends with this nugget of perfection. And make some for us.

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Here’s the Doritos Locos Taco Wrapped in a Cheesy Layer of Bacon

dlt in a bacon and cheese orgy

Sometimes I wonder if Nick over at Dude Foods is a genius or a mad man with a marvelous fetish for bacon . . . or both. Either way,  his latest concoction — the Cheesy Bacon Weave Doritos Locos Taco — takes our pork-filled dreams to the next level.

Nick was inspired to create the dish after many suggested he combine his Bacon Weave Taco shell with the DLT. Of course, that would be child’s play for the guy who previously deep-fried the DLT in beer and bacon batter. Thus, like a pro, he added a layer consisting of a three-cheese blend between the bacon weave shell and the Nacho Cheese DLT shell.

The next logical step to this bacon DLT evolution? “[M]ake another one, dip it in a beer and bacon batter and deep fry it!” says Nick.

Like we said, the guy’s a professional.

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Somebody Made a Deep Fried Doritos Locos Taco With Beer and Bacon Batter


No one quite understands the singular glory of good, cheap hangover food like Taco Bell, except maybe Nick from Dude Foods.

“You know what I love about Taco Bell being open until 2am?” he writes in his blog this morning, “You can sit at a bar drinking all night, come up with an idea like a Deep Fried Doritos Locos Taco and not have to wait until the next day to make one!”

Combining beer, flour, diced bacon and of course, the eponymous Cool Ranch DLT, Nick has created the greatest Taco Bell food made since, well, the DLT. With all that deliciously-bad-for-you junk in it, you’d almost need to be drunk before you could fully appreciate its true beauty.

Is it Friday yet?



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In Case You Missed It: Here’s How to Eat Like a Whale, An Alligator and a Kangaroo


When Nick (AKA Mister Epic Mann) first came up with the idea for a video called “How to Eat Like an Animal,” his friends probably thought he was nuts. And they were right, he was, but that’s exactly what makes the video so freaking awesome.

Because as over the top or inaccurate as most of these animal eating methodologies are (come on, T-Rexes clearly scream after chewing, not before), they’re also pretty genius. Anyone else down to flamingo their salad tonight?

ETA: Another Youtuber in Germany has just uploaded an unofficial “part 2” featuring, among other things, Grumpy Cat, an eagle and a sloth. It’s basically the same as the first, just more meme-y.

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