Thursday, May 21, 2009

Chinese Food Pizza

I had a great idea for a new pizza, so I had to make it. This is like the last pizza, but instead I used fried wantons, fried rice, mongolian chicken, princess beef, and ho fun. I was thinking it might turn out to be a real mess, but it was really great, even if it was tough to eat the fried wantons on there.

[Pizza Picture 1]
[Pizza Picture 2]
[Pizza Picture 3]
[Pizza Picture 4]

Here is food description paragraph #2: I cook these pizzas for about 15 minutes because I have determined that to be the correct amount of time to cook a pizza. The cheese was melted perfectly, and it was super tasty. I was thinking about pouring cock sauce on it, but the princess beef was already spicy, so I figured that department was taken care of. Now that I look back though, I think it needed more cock sauce.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Hamburger Pizza

I heard on the internet of pizza with hamburgers on it, so I had to try it for myself. Other people might be suspicious that this kind of pizza is disgusting and gluttonous, but I had a feeling that it would taste great.

I got double cheeseburgers because I felt that the hamburgers were on the thin side anyway. I only used half of the burgers and fries I got on the actual pizza, the rest was eaten while it was baking.

[Pizza Ingredients]
[Pizza Construction]
[Pizza Unbaked]
[Pizza Baked]
[Pizza Sliced]

I think it turned out great - the fries ended up being like cheesy fries, which is awesome, and the hamburgers weren't as hard to eat as a pizza topping as I expected. The sauce was mushroom pasta sauce and at first felt like it would be a bit too runny on the pizza, but it turned out to not be a problem at all. One thing I might change when I try this again would be to remove the bottom of the hamburger, since it just ended up soaking up a bunch of sauce and getting mushy - not that I really minded anyway.

Friday, May 01, 2009

Huge Big-Sandwich Internote

I was looking through the offerings of Fat Sandwich Company when I came across a single item that cost 25 bucks. It was called the Big Fat Ugly, and the ingredient list had a huge description of a bunch of meats, so I naturally assumed this had to be some kind of sandwich sampler option, where I get to taste a variety of sandwiches from the place. I had to order this, and when it was delivered a short time later, I was somewhat shocked to realize that it wasn't a sampler, but everything just tossed into one sandwich and wrapped in foil.

[Big Sandwich - detail]

I knew this was too much for me to eat alone, so I cut it in half and shared.

[Big Sandwich - bisection]

It's really difficult to eat this like a normal sandwich. I tried one bite that way, but then changed my strategy to eating my way from the top to the bottom using a fork, going through layers of meat, fries, onion rings, and jalapeno poppers. Most of it was pretty good. I liked the bunch of fries even though it seems like filler and was a bit soggy from ketchup and mayonnaise. All of the meat was great, except for the hamburgers. I felt those were really plain-tasting, but I supposed that was my fault for not biting into it along with a bunch of other random things at the same time. Identifying what I was eating at the moment was a bit of a challenge. I should have kept a checklist, because some of the foods said to be in the sandwich I think went unaccounted for in my eating of it.

I took my time working my way through it, and I finished (half of it) in about an hour. I hear they have a challenge where if you eat one in 15 minutes, you get it for free, but I'm not going to be trying for that - I'm not a glutton.