Newly launched, groceryeats.com has already posted pictures of dozens of outrageous eating experiments, including a BBQ pulled- pork pancake, deep-fried White Castle cheeseburgers, and a five- pound burger using pizza instead of bread for the bun.
Founder Jim Leabig tests nearly all the monstrous meals himself, including the Koolickle a pickle marinated in Kool-Aid, and the General Tsos Philly Cheese Steak but hes not adding any of the crazy concoctions to his regular diet.
Leabig says, Theres no way I could physically eat this shþt everyday. Its super excessive.
And when it comes to the Big MacChicken a Big Mac with three pieces of chicken instead of bread Leabig adds, I wont do that again.
Leabigs belly-busting plans for the site include a Bring Your Own Shþt to Fry party, a fig and balsamic vinegar ice cream, and another try at the Koolickle, which was a total failure the first time.
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