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hankmecrankme

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Blog hankmecrankme > I love me some nuggs. ^__^

Posted 15 March 2012

Yo, so Imma be straight with you. I love me some nuggs. Chicken nuggets, son!

These are Tyson, which aren't the best, but do the trick in a pinch. Sauce is Sweeeeeeeeet Baby Rays Honey BBQ sauce, which is awesome.

Great Value nuggs and Meijer nuggs crush Tyson nuggs, believe that.

What nuggs do y'all like?

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Blog hankmecrankme > Hank vs. The Marketside Roast Beef & Cheddar sandwich from Walmart

Posted 24 January 2012

So I'm always looking for tasty food to eat, right? I spy this big ass bastard at Walmart the other day. Shit looked tempting, so I bought it, $5. It's a foot long. Subway's lawyers hung up on me when I informed them of this fact. [-(

Here's the bastard, still in its plastic wrapper. They do a good job of selling it. "MADE FRESH IN STORE!" "GENUINE PRIMA DELLA MEATS AND CHEESES." "Rustic French Loaf." And so on.


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When we remove the bastard from the wrapper, we are left with this. It's longer than my paper plate by a good amount.


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The bread feels pretty fresh, nice and thick and a bit crusty. Let's see what we've got going on under the hood. . .


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Pretty standard fare here, though the cheese doesn't completely fill the length of the sandwich. Instead, they overlaid some pieces for whatever reason. Easily corrected.

There's actually a good amount of roast beef. The sandwich weighs in at 1 pound, and I'm sure the meat takes up over half of that weight easily.

And since this sandwich is essentially just bread, meat, and cheese, we shall spice things up a bit with a few ingredients.


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Blam. I added a whole tomato, a bunch of onion, some bacon, and applied mayo to the top half of the bun. Now this is more like it.

The bastard is too big for my plate and I don't want to end up wearing half of it, so we cut it in half.


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We take a bite and. . .It's pretty tasty. The roast beef is of decent quality, the cheese not so much but it gets the job done, and the bread handles the mess without falling apart. It's a bit dry though, so it may be hard to swallow without some condiments.

Pic after the first bite.

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After finishing half of this bastard, I was pretty satiated, so I put the other half in the fridge for later. It'll make a nice midnight snack. ^__^

Overall, if you want a decent roast beef sandwich for $5 and you're in Walmart, this is most likely your best choice, outside of hitting up the deli and making your own. Or going to Subway and paying $6.50 or whatever their roast beef costs. Or hitting up Arby's and being reminded of that one girl you'd like to forget. You were drunk, and we all slay a dragon at some point.

Next time I may just snag a can of beef au jus and make it into a big ass French dip. :bouncy:

Blog hankmecrankme > Hank vs. The Bomb

Posted 18 January 2012

On my way home today I swung by a local gas station. While looking at the drink section, I noticed they had a deal. Buy The Bomb burrito for $2.69 and get a 20 oz. bottle of water for free. Pretty amusing combo, so I took them up on the offer.

Here is the beast next to a ruler. Pretty impressive.


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Fresh out of the microwave, hot as hell.


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Remove the wrapper and you've got this. It's fairly large, barely fits on my stylish paper plate. The tortilla holds up better than you'd expect.


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Take the first bite and we discover beans, meat, and onions, mixed in some red chili sauce. It's actually pretty tasty, surprisingly.


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Halfway through.


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Just over a fourth of the way through. You can see the texture and consistency of the meat in this pic.


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Here's a side shot. Looks like a car wreck.


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Here's the last bite. Whew, I"m pretty damn full at this point.


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And voila!! The end. Not much grease escaped the tortilla, making this something you could easily eat with your hands and not end up a greasy mess.


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So I conquered The Bomb. My thoughts? Pretty damn tasty, despite how it looks. For a gas station burrito, it's pretty top tier. Recommended if you don't mind the 960 calories and 48 g of fat....

Blog hankmecrankme > I Love Burgers

Posted 08 September 2011

Yo, so check it, I'm starvin' and it's lunch time, dig? So I say "What do I eat?" I dug up a pound of ground beef, half a pound of thick cut peppered bacon, an onion, a tomato, and some sliced Wisconsin cheese.

Fire up the grill and grill that shit!!

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Bacon's done, son. 8-)

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Now we remove the metal grilling pan and let them burgers cook!! Don't want them to overcook though and dry out. That would be most unfortunate.

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Next we add the cheese!! Only to one though, because that's the one I'm eating for lunch!!

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The finished product!! Minus the tomato, because I like to put that on last. There's a whole slice of onion on the bottom.

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So good. :drool:

Blog hankmecrankme > Hank's Special Pork Ramen

Posted 06 August 2011

I'm sitting at home tonight and starving like a mofo. So I decide I want some of my favorite ramen, Nong Shim Shin Ramyun.

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This shit is the fucking bomb. It's basically top shelf packaged ramen with a spicy kick of heat that'll stick with you for a bit after eating it. It's like 99 cents a pack, so you know it's some good shit.

I peruse the fridge for things to add to it when I spy pork chops that I grilled the other day. I sliced one up into 12 strips and cut up half of a yellow onion. Boil the water with the onions in it, toss the ramen and dried veggies in, cook for 3 minutes, add powder and pork, stir, remove from heat, wait about 5 minutes, then serve.

Shit is so delicious. :drool:

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