Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese


Oh good, there’s still time!! With only a few days left in National Grilled Cheese Month, we’re glad we could slip in the Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese. Brought to us by J. Kenji Lopez-Alt of Serious Eats, the sandwich brilliantly adds jalapeño poppers to grilled cheese. Kenji also throws in some bacon, because bacon.

Check out the recipe here, and take it a step further and make it a Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheesus.

[link, via Neatorama]

A Burger King Whopper with 1000 Slices of Cheese

The first question that comes to mind when viewing this Whopper with 1000 slices of American cheese is, why? Well, it’s because Burger King tells you that you can “Have it your way,” and the internet needs material. Already responsible for a Whopper with 1050 strips of bacon, Mr. Sato is happy to abide.

We’re not sure what Sato’s beef with BK is, or if he just reaaaally likes bacon and cheese. Either way, a video of the event can be seen below.

[via Incredible Things]

KFC’s Cheese Top Burger is Doing it Wrong

As we await confirmation on exactly what’s going on here, we’ll tell you what we know so far. KFC Philippines has unveiled something called the Cheese Top Burger. And, besides the uninspired name, someone over at KFC apparently couldn’t be bothered to open the bun before melting the cheese.

OK, this just in… The cheese is melted on top of the burger on purpose. And, the “burger” is actually a chicken patty with garlic Parmesan dressing — again, cheese on the outside.

I’m glad we cleared this up, because KFC was looking really silly there for a second.

[link, via HuffPo]

Gold-Infused Cheese Exists

Brought to us by Britain’s Long Clawson Dairy, Gold-Infused Cheese is here to make your holidays extra blingy. The serving of Stilton is infused with real edible gold leaf and cinnamon Schnapps, and will set you back £60 per 100-gram slice — about $100 per 2 oz. So while you enjoy a sliver with the other 1%, you can laugh maniacally knowing that 99% of the country is sitting home eating Velveeta.