After apple pie and baseball, it’s hard to think of anything more American than giant weapons and fast food. So Steve Calvert, from YouTube’s Green Beetle channel, combined the two, using beer, bacon, and french fries to forge a “‘Murica!” knife that promises to at least make the country’s kitchens great again.
The end is here. The pinnacle has been reached. Gimmicky hamburger buns no longer need to exist. Stop creating. Because nothing will ever top The Vulgar Chef’s French Fry Burger Bomb because it makes a bun out of french fries, the hamburger’s natural mouth slush and womb co-inhabitant.
There have been many attempts to make this right, but it seems that everyone has failed until now. Or at least claims the inventor of the pepperoni pizza with french fries dough, who says that everyone else has failed to make the french fries base correctly:
Fryer oil turns plain old potatoes into delicious french fries. It powers our biodiesel cars. And, now, it's being used to turn the dusty surfaces of rural Canadian roads into stable makeshift asphalt—AND THEY SMELL LIKE FRENCH FRIES. God bless our obsession with that infernally unhealthy liquid.
Just because we can't fry food in the vacuum of space doesn't mean that the entire universe has to be devoid of its greasy wonder. In fact, turns out us Earthlings live in an environment damned to produce subpar french fries without even realizing it. According to a new study, if you're really jonesing for the good…
Astronauts have hard jobs. And like anyone with hard jobs, they deserve some french fries and a nice, deep-fried turkey after work. Don't we all? But there's bad news. According to a new study, it's impossible to fry food in zero g. Nooooooooooo!
McDonald's french fries are so incredibly addicting that they can't be from this world, right? Wrong! Check out how McDonald's makes its delicious french fries in the video above, you'll see the farms the potatoes grow on, the massive machinery used to break them down and the good ol' fashioned frying that makes 'em…
For some reason, Ted Goessling and Zach Gens think that creating a French fries machine using a potato gun-a compressed-air bazooka that fires potatoes-, a wire screen, and a large pot with hot oil is a good idea. I don't agree. I think their instant French fries maker-or Uber Tube, as they call it-kicks some serious…
Following in the spirit of PCs cooled by submerging their electro guts in oil, Sc4freak over at Hard OCP's forums took an aluminum tray, filled it with 12 liters of canola oil, and dropped in an old Pentium II 266 with Nvidia Riva TNT2 Ultra. Nothing a geek ain't see before.