Breakfast Of Booze
One of the trademarks of Epic Meal Time is the inclusion of copious amounts of Jack Daniels in the food, and this episode is certainly no different. In the process of creating a giant Breakfast Fortress (which really does get you drunk), the group makes candied bacon, weaves together a bacon plate, fries a variety of meats and pancakes in a homemade beer batter, concocts a batch of bacon chocolate chip waffles, and pours a lot of Jack Daniels into pretty much everything.
Perhaps most impressive? Bacon Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast Dumplings.
1,005 grams of fat6323Is this the best?
Fast Food Lasagna
This episode opens with Harley stressing out his local fast food establishments by placing epic orders. He winds up with 15 Big Macs, a cup of Big Mac sauce, 15 Baconators, 15 Teen Burgers with no vegetables (a specialty of A&W restaurants in EMT's native Canada) and 7 orders of onion rings.
Next, bacon, onion, ground meat, tomato sauce and Jack Daniels are combined to create a meat sauce. The layers of the lasagna are actually created by entire cheeseburgers, strategically placed in a pan. Then bacon strips, meat sauce, Big Mac sauce and cheese are layered in between. The whole thing is topped with onion rings and cheese. Even Harley seems kind of grossed out at this one...
5,463 grams of fat4613Is this the best?
Slaughterhouse Christmas Special
Ho ho ho, haters, it's a very Epic Meal Time Christmas with host Harley dressed up as St. Nick. But this time, the gingerbread house is primarily composed of bacon.
The house is composed of grilled steak walls, mortar made of sausage and pork, mashed potatoes (used for decorative snow), ham windows, Jack and Coke ribs, a puff pastry ceiling, a candied bacon rooftop, and a floor of ground pork. It's then filled with Cheese Whiz.
Then they wash it all down with a tasty glass of Jack Daniels Bacon Grease Egg Nog. Just like Grandma used to make.
5,581 grams of fat2815Is this the best?
Tequila Taco Night
This episode opens with some awkward sexual innuendos before the cooking begins. And who doesn't love that? Speaking of things everyone loves, this episode also features the liberal use of Patron in cooking.
First, the tequila is used to create guacamole and salsa garnishes. Then the tequila is poured into the simmering ground taco meat, and used to season marinated steaks and chicken. Also, the cooks just take tequila shots a lot while cooking.
Then they make tortillas out of bacon and lard and cook up a cheese sauce for a quesadilla. And they make nachos with bacon in place of chips.
9,082 grams of fat209Is this the best?