I am overdue to share this…
One of the greatest bacon cheeseburgers I have ever eaten…it is EXACTLY the kind of food we should all be eating this holiday season…except that, for some of us, the holiday will turn out like THIS:
Time To Bite Down Hard!
Everyone loves great food. These guys certainly do. That being the case, it’s time to celebrate great food – THAT COMES IN A CAN!
Get ready to surprise your food fanatic with some of the most unique tastes they’ve ever experienced – you’ll not only get a big hug, but perhaps a look like this as well!
Time To Celebrate Food In A Can!
Yes, it’s time once again to bite down hard on some of the strangest stuff that comes CANNED! And yes, you know what I mean:
Cheeseburger In A Can!
Yes, my old favorite – I can NEVER get enough of this: the famous “cheeseburger in a can!” And not only can you find this online, you can find this picture of what someone looks like AFTER eating one!
Time to look at the strangest food that comes packaged in metal – the famous and infamous “foods in a can!” And what better way than with my all-time favorite:
The concept behind this product is easy: someone in Germany knew that hikers and campers would need a portable, “quick to make and easy to consume” food product – and nothing beats a cheeseburger, right?
Watch This Guy Bite Down Hard!
And yes, there is even a VIDEO of someone eating a cheeseburger in a can! Here is the experience in all of its glory:
If you want to see how this food monstrosity was reviewed by those brave enough to eat it, I have compiled a list of great quotes – just click my link HERE!
It’s hard to imagine that you can ever top a cheeseburger in a can – it is, after all, a food product that was never supposed to be put inside a metal tube – unlike this stuff!
So, in speaking of the greatest food ever canned, it’s time to look at some of the craziest stuff ever stuffed into a can!
Hungarian Canned Bacon!
Yes, our good friend bacon is also available in a canned version. And I see why it works so well – just stand it up on end, roll it up and slide it in! Now you have the goodness of bacon whenever you want it – just pop the top and unroll some deliciousness!
I can imagine taking a can of bacon along on my next camping trip to adding it to my cheeseburger in a can – once we have canned mayo, it’s all golden!
It’s hard to criticize canned bacon, which seems like a very normal canned food product…unlike THIS:
Hold Your Tongue!
OK, time to edge into wacky territory, and here’s an idea for you: canned sheep tongue!
Many cultures eat tongue, so it is something you will find on more progressive ethnic menus…beef tongue is eaten like bologna, so it’s not THAT unusual:
Well, after looking at ten pounds of sheep’s tongue, maybe it IS UNUSUAL:
Now, from the wacky to the bizarre, let’s take a look at other mystery meats coming out of a can soon:
Yes, you can keep a can of Armadillo at the ready, just in case you have the need – now you have the ability as well!
Creamed Armadillo On The Half Shell!
I can only imagine that if you want some Armadillo, but don’t have the time to “cream” it yourself, this is for you…and speaking of strange “creamed meats in a can”:
I almost wish this was a joke – unless I am missing something, Possum doesn’t come to mind as a meat to eat in any way, especially creamed.
But, just in case this sparks some sort of cooking frenzy in you, I actually found a website that is all for you – here is a possum recipe!
Pork Brain In Milk Gravy – Hold The Cholesterol!
Time now to move onto a “smarter” meal:
Yes, if you need a week’s worth of cholesterol in a single day – with “milk gravy” no less, then I guess pork brains are for you! And here is a canned food product that doesn’t beat around the bush!
“Potted Meat Food Product!”
Hey, talk about “truth in advertising!” It’s a potted meat food product – there are many on the market, and this is NO knock against the quality of Libby’s version: it’s a product, much like spam, that uses lesser parts of an animal, and adds seasoning and spices…it’s mostly used on crackers as a sort of pate:
Among the ingredients: Mechanically separated chicken, pork skin, partially defatted cooked pork fatty tissue, partially defatted cooked beef fatty tissue, vinegar, less than 2% of: salt, spices, sugar, flavorings, sodium erythorbate and sodium nitrite.
Again, there is no knock against this type of food – it’s just a unique packaging style to be sure! And, to end on a very pointless note, I leave you with this:
That’s right! Look it up! And yes, they sell it in a can!
STILL not enough for you? Then what about this new way to eat sushi!
Yes, sushi poppers! Sushi in a tube is close to food in a can, right?
Click HERE to read all about this amazing new food product!
Enjoy all of this unique food goodness – and remember to bite down hard!
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