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Whether you lean toward 1915-style roast beef and franconia potatoes, or if 2015’s kale craze suits your taste, this look at food over the past century will satiate your palate. Damn this made me hungry!

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Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada takes a Big Mac and turns it into something you’d see in a sushi restaurant. With some additional avocado, tomato, some BBQ sauce and some spicy mayo!

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This guy hit up McDonald’s in Barcelona, Spain, to try McDonald’s menu items that you would never be able to order at a regular McDonald’s. A Big Mac Chicken? Free beer? I think we have found heaven!


Televangelists like Jim Bakker are basically scam artists who feed on implanting people with fear and profiting off that fear. Bakker, for example, is notorious for shilling his buckets of survivalist food that costs hundreds of dollars and last 20 years (just in time for the world to end!). But how does that food taste? Sploid got chef Greg Lauro to cook up some of these evangelical survivalist food items and it’s absolutely disgusting. Like, gross doesn’t even begin to describe it.


“What I say is that, if a man really likes potatoes, he must be a pretty decent sort of fellow.” – AA Milne. The ever so versatile, humble ingredient, used widely in almost all types of cuisines. The world’s favourite root vegetable was brought to India by the Portuguese. The word potato comes from the Spanish word ‘patata’. Potatoes were the world’s first vegetable to be grown in space. Fried, baked or boiled, it’s delicious in any form.


For those that don’t keep up with the Gordon Ramsey channel, this is the audio from Hells Kitchen dubbed over the video of Masterchef Junior, and it’s f**ken genius.