Yes please! A dessert made from meat and potato and more meat

18 August 2010

Bitterwallet - meatIn recent weeks, Bitterwallet has proudly presented a variety of increasingly spectacular ways in which cooked meat can kill you by turning your arteries into sweet, sweet lard. We thought we'd seen them all. Until now. Ladies and gentlemen, may we proudly present the Meat-Man Parfait, the dish going down a storm at the Illinois State Fair.

According to the Chicago Tribune: "For $7 (£4.50) you get barbecued pork layered with mashed potatoes in a plastic cup, finished with a dollop of potatoes, a drizzle of barbecue sauce and a “cherry” tomato. Or, you could alternate layers of barbecued pork with barbecued brisket [in the photo]."

Look at it. Now look at it again. What a delightful feast of fat stuffed into a drinking utensil. It's like when you discovered the local pub made beef and gravy wraps from yorkshire pudding mix. Can you make a dessert from a full English breakfast, we wonder? Leave it with us.

[Chicago Tribune] via [The Consumerist]

14 comments

  • Darren
    "Can you make a dessert from a full English breakfast, we wonder? Leave it with us." I don't want to see any broken/over cooked yolks in the Fried egg.. otherwise it will be a FAIL!
  • Nobby
    Mmmmm you even get to drink the juice at the bottom - better than being told off by your wife for licking your plate in front of the kids. I know for sure that you can make a `99' from sausage and mash.
  • Paul S.
    Darren - I've been wondering about the egg. Unless it goes on top, there's no way to include it in the mix unless you scramble it. But then if it's one top, I can't decorate with my sausage 'flake' or toast. It's a dilemma, for sure. All advice gratefully received - I'll be cooking it in the morning.
  • PokeHerPete
    How about have the egg at the bottom so its like a screwball ice cream
  • ButterMan
    I'm definitely starting a business selling sausage and mash with gravy sauce 99s
  • Paul S.
    The problem with putting the egg at the bottom is that it'll burst. But then scrambled eggs always feels like a cop-out. Screw it. Yellow yolk will add to the colour. Liking the screwball idea, Pete.
  • nomnom
    Full English Sausage Split innit?
  • kfcws
    The real question is are you going to be using black pudding or not for the full english version?
  • zax
    There's not much meat in that ! :(
  • trap2
    fuck looks like the parcel I just left in trap 2
  • Peter D.
    Looks like a tonne of pigeon cack mixed with liquified dog turd and chocolate sauce... Sorry to be repugnant, but it's the first thing I thought upon seeing this concoction. -Pete, editor at dirtygarnet.com
  • The B.
    Paul, could you not use one of those egg shaper things (http://www.lakeland.co.uk/silicone-egg-ring/F/keyword/egg/product/10934) to make it perfectly round and then add it? You could layer beans, black pudding and egg that way. I really want to try making this now.
  • Thine B.
    [...] your Bitterwallet editors will spend their weekend perfect the Bitterwallet Breakfast Sundae, as promised, we’ve more lard-doused news from KFC; not content with their artery-busting Double Down [...]
  • Presenting B.
    [...] Sundae. We were inspired by the Meat-Man Parfait, a dish that Yanks are shovelling into their faces at the Illinois State Fair. Could we produce something half as appealing with a very English twist? Yes we could – or [...]

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