Peanut butter and jelly is as perfect a combination as there can be in sandwich form. A hamburger is the most delicious thing you can have between two buns. Is it possible that combining two perfectly delicious food things can actually backfire and be awful? Would you eat it?


The CEO of Carl’s Jr. doesn’t care if you find the burger chain’s racy ads offensive. Well, he cares in one respect – if no one is offended, he’s going to convince the marketing department to craft an even sexier commercial next time. “If you don’t complain, I go to the head of marketing and say, ‘What’s wrong with our ads?'” says Andrew Puzder, CEO of Carl’s Jr. The burger at the centre of attention is the fast-food chain’s new Tex Mex Bacon Thickburger, featuring an Angus beef patty, poblano peppers, applewood smoked bacon, Sante Fe Sauce, pepper Jack cheese, and all the classic burger fixings.


Peter Luger is one of the most iconic steakhouses in America, and its porterhouse plays a large role in that. But nobody knows exactly how long a Luger’s porterhouse takes to get from butcher to plate — the dry-aging stage is a family secret. In this episode of Deconstructed, watch how this classic steak makes it way into the historic Brooklyn dining room.


“25 McDonald’s Big Macs…11lbs of Food…13,250 Calories = Illuminati. I paid $130 for this challenge. You guys better like this video. ENJOY!” – Matt Stonie.

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This man spent 6 months of his precious life creating and cultivating ingredients for what should have been an epic sandwich. I’m so glad he did this, I was inches away from doing it myself.