• Game Unveils Christmas Tinner for Gamers

    The layers (top to bottom) include scrambled egg and bacon, mince pies, turkey and potatoes, gravy, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts with stuffing, roast carrots and parsnips and Christmas pudding. All the food is sealed in gelatin before being added to the tin.
  • Game Unveils Christmas Tinner for Gamers

    The Christmas Tinner, pictured, from GAME is made up of nine layers including a scrambled egg starter, turkey dinner, and Christmas pudding.
  • Burger King Rolls Out With 'French Fry Burger'

    This undated photo provided by Burger King shows a a "French Fry Burger," which Burger King is rolling out on Sept. 1, 2013 for $1 as the company looks to fend off a Dollar Menu push by McDonald's.
    Burger King/AP Photo
  • Taco Bell's Mountain Dew Breakfast Drink

    Burger King, the world?s second-biggest hamburger chain is introducing a bacon sundae as part of its new menu items for the summer. The sundae has 510 calories, 18 grams of fat and 61 grams of sugar.
    Burger King/AP Photo
  • Taco Bell's Mountain Dew Mixer

    Taco Bell continues to "innovate" its menu options by introducing the MTN Dew A.M., a blended breakfast drink consisting of Mountain Dew and orange juice.
  • Ice Cream Burger

    Carl's Jr. has come up with its newest version of the burger -- in ice cream form. The Ice Cream Brrrger will be released at various restaurant locations in Orange County, Calif.
    Carl's Jr.
  • Outrageous Food: KFC's Cheesy Bacon Bowl

    KFC's new Cheesy Bacon Bowl comes with fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, cheese -- and, of course, bacon. The nutritional info for the $3.99 concoction is currently missing from the nutrition guide, but its older cohort, the KFC Famous Bowl, packs 680 calories and 31 grams of fat.
  • Fried Kool-Aid

    Most Americans remember Kool-Aid as that artificially flavored drink that turns the tongue colors and leaves behind a sugar high. This childhood favorite recently found a new home in Charlie Boghosian's fried dough balls. Brightly colored and heavily fried, they're a huge hit at county fairs, according to Gawker.
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  • Oreo Triple Double Cookie

    Oreo has done one better than its huge Double Stuf cookies. Called the Triple Double, the remake of the classic Nabisco cookie has a layer of vanilla cream filling and a layer of chocolate filling sandwiched between three chocolate cookie wafers. These mammoth cookies are the most decadent Oreo yet.
  • Papa John's Royal Wedding Pizza

    Papa John's commissioned a food artist in the U.K. to create a mosaic pizza portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton to celebrate their marriage on April 29, 2011. Kate's veil is made of mushrooms and her dress from cheese, while William's morning coat consists of salami and peppers.
    Business Wire
  • Outrageous Foods: Quiznos Chicken Bacon Dipper

    Quiznos' Chicken Bacon Dipper sandwich includes a hefty portion of hot chicken, bacon, peppers, tomatoes -- and, of course, a small tub of its signature cheese sauce in which to dip each bite.
    Business Wire
  • Outrageous Foods: The Sloppy Roethlisberger

    Food website Epic Meal Time takes Super Bowl menus seriously. In honor of the Steelers' quarterback, the site created the Sloppy Ben Roethlisberger. The enormous burger weighs in at about 50 pounds and includes mounds of cheese, bacon, sausage and ground beef. <a href="" target="external">Click here to see how it's made</a>.
  • "Legends of McRib" video contest winner

    Sawyer Frye, from North Carolina, won the "Legends of McRib" video contest. His prize was $10,000 and a McRib-filled trip to Germany in 2011, where they serve McRib sandwiches all year long. His video, titled "The Legend of the Last McRib," is a story about how he went on a multi-year journey to find the last McRib.
    YouTube /McDonalds
  • Outrageous Foods: McRib Is Back

    Chick-fil-A offers its customers an alternative to break up their breakfast routine.The Atlanta restaurant chain has Spicy Chicken Biscuit on its breakfast menu to complement the Spicy Chicken Sandwich Chick-fil-A added to its lunch and dinner menus.
    PR Newswire
  • Outrageous Foods: McRib

    The McRib isn't offered year-round, so people celebrate when it comes back on menus. The McRib is not a rib sandwich but a boneless pork patty molded into the shape of ribs, and it has inspired nearly 300 Facebook groups and an enthusiast who created a "<a href="">McRib Locator</a>" to track sightings of the sandwich.
    Courtesy McDonald's
  • Outrageous Fast Food: Hamburger, Grilled Cheese Combo

    Get a load of the new Footlong Cheeseburger that a handful of Carl's Jr. & Hardees restaurants in California and Indiana have been testing. Each sandwhich weighs in at a whopping 850 calories. The burger is so large that carry-out orders are packed into a customized paper bag. The regular foot-long sells for $4, and the deluxe version (with lettuce and tomato) costs $4.50.
    Courtesy CKE Restaurants, Inc.
  • Outrageous Fast Food: Fried Mozzarella Stick Melt

    Denny's Fried Cheese Sandwich takes four fried mozzarella cheese sticks, covers them with more cheese, and nestles them in a grilled cheese sandwich. The company does not have nutritional information for the sandwich posted on its website, but the calorie listing for the restaurant's Mozzarella Cheese Sticks appetizer, which includes eight sticks, is 750 calories.
  • Outrageous Fast Foods

    What's better than a juicy hamburger? How about a hamburger stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches? Friendly's new Grilled Cheese BurgerMelt comes with a "thick and juicy 100 Percent Black Angus Big Beef Burger between two whole grilled cheese sandwiches. Complete with lettuce, tomato and mayo, the sandwich packs 1,500 calories, 97 grams of fat and 2,090 milligrams of sodium.
    Courtesy Friendly Ice Cream Corporation
  • Outrageous Fast Foods

    Five Guys Bacon Cheeseburger. At one of the trendy Five Guys' 550 outlets, one Bacon Cheeseburger sans toppings tallies 920 calories and a day-and-a half's worth (30 grams) of saturated fat. A large order of French fries at Five Guys has 1,460 calories, about triple the number in a large order of fries at McDonald's. (Famous Five Guys patrons please take note.)
  • Outrageous Fast Foods

    In Bob Evans' Cinnamon Cream Stacked and Stuffed Hotcakes, you'll get 1,380 calories and 34 grams of bad fat, bout what you'd get in two country-fried steaks and four eggs and that doesn't even include the 3½ days' worth (seven grams) of trans fat in the hotcakes.
  • Outrageous Fast Foods

    The Spicy Chicken Sandwich is the first new sandwich for Chick-fil-A since the Chargrilled Chicken Sandwich was introduced in 1989.
    Chick-fil-A, Inc./PRNewsFoto
  • KFC's 'Double Down,' and Other Outrageous Fast Foods

    Hardee's Loaded Biscuit 'N' Gravy is a split biscuit topped with two sausage patties, two folded eggs and a big dollop of hot sausage gravy. The nutrition label is accordingly loaded: The meal packs 1,000 calories, with a whopping 670 calories from fat. The meal's 2,350 milligrams of salt are just 50 milligrams short of a day's worth of recommended salt intake.
    Business Wire
  • Outrageous Foods

    Dunkin' Donuts' Waffle Breakfast Sandwich consists of egg, cheese and bacon between two maple syrup-flavored waffles. The breakfast treat contains 390 calories, 23 grams of fat and 8 grams of saturated fat.
    Courtesy Dunkin' Donuts
  • Outrageous Foods

    Quiznos' gourmet bread bowls -- which include the Signature Steak 'N Chili, Country French Chicken and Southwest Chicken, are not your mother's chicken noodle soup. The Southwest chicken bowl contains 850 calories and 32 grams of fat.
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