Healthy chef Jamie Oliver is known for his lean, nutritious meals so it must have been a nightmare when he was kidnapped by the bacon-noshing, grease drizzling bears of EpicMealTime. The guys ordered 50 Filet-O-Fish at McDonalds (which they describe as a bunch of slugs crawling on a carpet) and made a gigantic, disgusting, messy, oozy hamburger. Not surprisingly, a couple of them were wearing matching Bacon-logo T-shirts.
From this video we learn two things: To never open up a McDonalds burger and look inside and that Jamie Oliver is a horrible actor. Still, you have to give him credit for going against all his morals and playing along. Do you like Filet-O-Fish and would you ever eat that burger?
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Seeing as they regularly make a sh*tload of food, EpicMealTime decided to give back to the community and help feed people at a local soup kitchen. The two Thanksgiving-themed meals in their latest video look utterly disgusting and delicious at the same time.
First, they had Chef Zadi cook a full pig stuffed with a bird, stuffed with pork and beef — an incredibly difficult and fattening substitute for a turkey. “Because we don’t f*ck around on Thanksgiving, we put it in a pig,” he said about the 70,750 calorie meal.
Later that day, the team volunteered at the soup kitchen and made a fast food lasagna, complete with McDonald’s burgers and bacon (duh). They topped it with cheese, french fries and sauce.
Diners at the soup kitchen thought it was one of the most delicious dishes they ever had there — some even went back for seconds.
Are you planning an epic meal for Thanksgiving?
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Just because the guys from Epic Meal Time are from Canada, doesn’t mean they can’t indulge in some good old 4th of July meals. With the help of Assassin’s Creed, the guys hunted some real life game and cooked it outside, over the fire in their presumably sweaty colonial costumes.
The prize course is an American flag made entirely of meat, consisting of 73,559 carlories. They also make a bacon-bunny-deer sandwich that’s essentially a gigantic glob of meat in bread.
A creepy George Washington also makes a surprise appearance to announce the end of the war. It’s the kind of patriotic sentiment that brings a tear to your eyes.
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These “How To Basic” videos are incredibly violent and aggressive while simultaneously being informative. Under the tagline “Teaching You The Basics!” the host demonstrates how to make everything from pizza to chocolate by pouring all the ingredients out in your washroom and smashing them altogether — think of a caveman-style cooking show.
I’m not sure if the videos are supposed to be humorous or some type of art, but I appreciate how random they are. Also, I wonder how long it takes him to clean up the workspace.
How to Make a Pizza
In Italy they make pizza by rolling the dough and skillfully spinning it in the air, but that takes a long time to master. Instead, lay the dough out on the table and pour out a thick layer of tomato sauce — don’t be shy with it. Then, place two entire eggs and mushrooms on the dough and SMASH. Cheese is the finishing touch and you’re good to go!! Delicious.
How To Make a Delicious Chocolate Cake
Baking is an art form but it’s also a science because you have to get the measurements just right. If you think that’s too much work, opt for this style of free-form baking. It involves pouring out the flour, eggs and chocolate on a clean workspace and mixing them with your hands. Don’t worry about cracking the eggs from their shells, they add a nice crunchy texture! Read more…
Just in case being a best-selling artist wasn’t enough, Lights solidified her spot as one of the coolest people on the Internet when she collaborated with the guys from Epic Meal Time to make a monster meatloaf. In part two she tells us all about the experience, what the food tasted like and all that extra Sa-hawse!! (SAWCE? Sau-awww-ce???)