Everything on Epic Meal Time's latest burger creation is wrapped in bacon—including the ketchup and mustard.
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Epic Meal Time's latest culinary creation is a 27,100-calorie burger with an orange beef patty and two giant egg rolls for buns. Care to see how this monstrosity comes together? The video is right this way.
In their latest video, Epic Meal Time stuffs a monstrous pile of a beef patty with chocolate bars and marshmallow cream, coat it with Nutella, top it with marshmallows and bacon, and sandwich everything between custom graham cracker sheets.
Pizza takes more abuse from the fellas at Epic Meal Time as it gets stacked, compacted, and wrapped into two pizza stuffed buns. It's sort of like their version of the shooter sandwich, except way more gross and over-the-top because in this case the shooter-esque buns bookend more pizza filling.
A gargantuan patty made of a ground bacon and beef, stuffed with bacon strips, topped with bacon bit-studded cheese sauce, topped with a pile of bacon strips, doused in Jack Daniels root beer barbecue sauce, all on a bacon bun. See the Boss Bacon Burger's construction and demise in Epic Meal Time's latest video.
In celebration of their one year birthday, the fellas at Epic Meal Time have upped the ante in a tribute video to the original Fast Food Pizza video that started it all. 35 White Castle, 3 bacon weaves, 4 Domino's Meat Lovers pies, sauce, lots of cheese, all beer battered and fried. A year recap kicks off the video and the pizza and burger madness starts at around the 4 minute mark. So what did they do with the extra 145 burgers?
Epic Meal Time teams up with FreddieW and CorridorDigital to make a pile of burgers from In-N-Out, Carl's Jr., and Jack in the Box layered with Jack Daniel's-flavored candied bacon, Jack Daniel's-flavored bacon-wrapped hot dogs, and shredded cheese. As for how they eat the burger-bacon-hot-dog-cheese pile...they have to get a bit creative.
Video: The Epic Stockyard Burger Featuring Grilled Cheese Sandwiches and Bone Marrow-Stuffed Patties on 'Epic Meal Time'
I know it's been too long since I've seen an Epic Meal Time video because I was surprised that they made a double-decker burger made of bone marrow-stuffed patties topped with bacon strip, cheese, and pulled pork in between three jalapeño grilled cheese sandwich "buns"....coated in onion ring batter and deep fried...then smothered in Jack Daniels sausage gravy. The resulting burger tower looks like a bubbling tumor malformed by an acid bath. Yup, that sounds Epic enough.
The guys behind the no-holds barred cooking show Epic Meal Time have constructed an insanely sweet dessert pizza: candied bacon stuffed cinnamon bun and chocolate chip cookie crust, cherry pie filling, cotton candy "cheese", and topped with sour candy and gummy candies.
15 Big Macs. 15 Baconators. 15 Teen Burgers. Custom Jack Daniels meat sauce. Big Mac sauce. Loads of bacon. Lots of shredded cheese. Onion rings. These are the ingredients in Epic Meal Time's fast food "lasagna." You know, if lasagna were made with fast food burgers instead of pasta.
I don't know why we never blogged this on Slice*, but here are the guys from Epic Meal Time making the most disgustingly, insane, bad-for-you pizza mashup of all time. Enjoy!
20 pounds bacon + 13 pounds ground beef + 11 pounds sausage + loads of cheese sauce + barbecue sauce injection + 10-pound bun = 100,000+ calorie "Sloppy Big Ben Roethlisberger" for the Super Bowl, from Epic Meal Time....
For all those times you've wanted to eat chow mein, General Tso's chicken, fried rice, and dumplings simultaneously in a hand-held package, Epic Meal Time is here to show you how: Shove it all in a giant egg roll.
What's the Slaughterhouse? A gingerbread house made of slaughtered animals instead of gingerbread. More specifically, it's made of steak bricks, a ham door, ham windows, a ribs fence, and a candied bacon roof. Non-slaughtered animal components include mashed potato snow, a puff pastry ceiling, and lots of Cheez Wiz. And that's how Epic Meal Time says, "Merry Christmas!"
This recent episode of Epic Meal Time features "sushi" made from fast food, such as a Baconator sushi roll made of a trisected Wendy's Baconator on top of fries, rolled up in rice paper and a blanket of bacon strips. Yeah, it's not all that palatable, but it's amusingly presentable, à la Fancy Fast Food.
What elevates a meatball to "Deathstar" status? Ah, you just take ground beef, pork, and veal, stuff it with tortellini mixed with meat sauce and cheese, plop it on half a loaf of garlic butter-soaked bread, top it with more meat sauce and cheese, pop it in the oven, aaaand...yeah, that's a Meatball Deathstar.
Basket made of woven bacon strips? Okay, seen it. Deep fried beer-battered cream cheese, sausage, and jalapeno-stuffed pancakes? ...Uh, what? Bacon and cream cheese-stuffed French toast dumplings? Double what? And the list goes on. Don't forget about the Jack Daniels syrup. If you thought the TurBaconEpic was epic, check out the latest video from Epic Meal Time featuring a breakfast you can get drunk off of.