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16-Pound Tomahawk Steak Is The Regal Feast Of Your Carnivorous Dreams

Las Vegas is the capitol of decadence and there have been many instances where larger-than-life dishes satiated our eyes before they melted in our mouths. One such dish is a massive 16-pound Tomahawk Crown Roast found on the menu of MB Steak at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas that may or may not be a boss from Shadow of the Colossus.

The luxury steakhouse serves the $1,200 meal with a table side presentation, designed for 10 to 12 diners. Executive chef Patrick Munster slow roasts the 16-pounds of beef overnight at a low temperature to keep the cut as succulent as possible. It’s then cooked to a medium rare and carved in front of patrons in a spectacle of beef and bone.

MB’s tomahawk dinner comes with a selection of side dishes that are shared family style including lobster mac & cheese, creamed corn with king crab, maitake mushrooms with aged goat cheese, and creamed spinach with a poached egg and truffle gouda.

If you’re heading to Vegas and want to share this experience with a dozen of your closest friends and meat lovers, just be sure to call ahead. The tomahawk roast requires a minimum of 72 hours of advanced notice.

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Here’s Your Chance To Get Roasted By Gordon Ramsay LIVE

Gordon Ramsay is known for going ballistic in the kitchen, violently calling out everyone who messes up even the slightest portion of the cooking process. Now, he’s going to take that shtick and apply it to everyday people like you and I.

Ramsay said that he will roast your cooking LIVE on social media, this coming Tuesday, and apparently all you have to do is comment or hashtag your photos with #TheFWord.

He didn’t say how long his roastmaster skills would be on display, but Ramsay has shown in the past that he has no problem going on a savage spree, and letting fans have it on Twitter.

Of course, this is all to promote his new American version of the hit TV show, The F Word, which will be premiering the next day, Wednesday, May 31.

The Ramsay Roasting should be fun, as the fiery chef is always colorful in his commentary, and it’s one of the coolest ways he can get involved with fans of his show.

Celebrity Grub Humor Video

Watch Gordon Ramsay Savagely Roast People On The Street In This Hilarious Prank

Gordon Ramsay is no stranger to constructive criticism. The world-famous chef has offered his colorful critique on many of his shows like Hell’s Kitchen, MasterChef, and Kitchen Nightmares.

In his latest appearance on the Nightly Show, he decided to prank some pedestrians on the streets of Brighton.

On an advertisement for a fake new show called Ramsay’s Great British Roast, chef Ramsay utilizes the wonders of modern technology to place himself in the poster to interact with passersby. He surprises multiple people on their lunch break, commenting in typical Ramsay fashion on the foods they choose to eat.

Check out the hilarious video as the world-famous celebrity chef heckles, roasts, and straight up insults strangers in good fun. One thing’s for sure, I know I wouldn’t want Gordon Ramsay to tell me my lunch looks like a dog’s dick.

Fast Food Hit-Or-Miss

Wendy’s Savagely Claps Back At Snarky Twitter Trolls

We’re only three days into 2017 and Wendy’s may have already received the award for savage of the year.

If there’s one way to start the new year right, it’s probably not trolling fast food accounts on Twitter.

Well, it seems former twitter user Thuggy-D (@NHRide), who has since deleted its account and comments on Wendy’s page, decided learn this lesson the hard way when he started some beef over a three-day old tweet Wendy’s sent out about their beef being, “too cool to be frozen.”

While trying to discredit Wendy’s quality of beef and storing process, Thuggy-D began a mildly-incoherent tirade insinuating that no one would ever believe that Wendy’s beef wasn’t frozen because there’s no way to store non-frozen beef before it’s cooked, and that Wendy’s should just, “give up.”

“Y’all should give up. @McDonald’s got you guys beat with that bomb ass breakfast.” — Former Twitter user Thuggy-D

The Twitter rant struck a chord with Wendy’s, but as usual they followed with a non-aggressive response that would eventually lead to the demise of Thuggy-D’s account from the social media site.

Responding with pure class, Wendy’s clapped back real quick with the following tweet:

“You don’t have to bring them into this just because you forgot refrigerators existed for a second there.” — Wendy’s, in reply to Thuggy-D

And with that, Thuggy-D’s account was essentially put out to pasture. 

However, Wendy’s is no stranger to this nature of savagery. In fact, on the morning of January 3, 2017, shortly after the world discovered Thuggy-D’s account and comments had been deleted, Wendy’s began roasting everyone who wanted a piece.

Most people began trolling Wendy’s by asking them questions about locations of McDonald’s and Burger King, but Wendy’s level of comedic genius is something we should all take note of. 

Some responses only required photos.

The Wendy’s Roast of 2017 was underway, with people practically begging to receive a sample of the burger chain’s newfound sass.

Wendy’s wasn’t playin’ and it showed.

Even this guy wanted some. 

It’s unclear exactly why Wendy’s account decided to let people have it, but it’s nice to know they’re not going quietly into the night.

Thank you, Wendy’s.

Culture Video

Watch American Kids Try Christmas Foods From Around The World

Christmas is almost here and while we’re stressed about what to serve for that big holiday dinner, we should draw some inspiration from Christmas dinners held in other countries from around the world.

Cut’s series American Kids Try takes a look at the holidays in their 10th episode. In it, the adorable group of children try Christmas foods from around the world.

Dishes include barbecued shrimp and pavlova (a meringue-based dessert) from New Zealand, pig roast & rice with pigeon peas from the Dominican Republic, and a bucket of fried chicken and a Christmas cake from Japan.

Their reactions to the contrast of cultures, tastes, and textures are pretty priceless. The food itself looks pretty damn good, too. Check out the video to see what foods other countries celebrate the holidays with.

I seriously envy Japan’s tradition of fried chicken and cake. Sounds like a tradition we should start for ourselves here in the states.


Watch Hipsters Being the Worst at Ordering Coffee [Video]


From the same guys responsible for Hipsters Love Beer — an insanely accurate take on bar folk — comes a fabulous parody on the worst best people you’ll run into at a coffee shop.  Nachopunch delivers an especially entertaining comedy on patrons ordering double soy lattes with extra vanilla foam and organic beans caressed by the gentle hands of a coffee die-hard.

“Spell my name wrong so I can complain about it on Facebook,” requests one mustached gentleman. Another proudly displays his aged Sumatra roast, which comes in a stone desk fountain. A girl buys a special blend so a child in Uganda can have a latte too. Everyone’s a writer. One guy won’t stop asking for free refills or wifi.  In short, it’s perfect.

Deals News

Arby's: Free Roast Burger (With Drink Purchase)

The Arby’s deals keep rolling in, a few moments ago my friend over at WallyChamp made sure to let me know that Arby’s will be giving away free Roast Burgers with any drink purchase through March 9th, 2009. Grab the coupon here and eat on!