Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Five food stories for your guilty reading pleasure

Posted By on Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 10:31 AM

This chart holds the key to every kind of coffee drink.
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  • This chart holds the key to every kind of coffee drink.
Fat City is usually about uplifting and inspiring readers to fill their gullet with fried or seared bits of culinary excellence. At times, you probably wonder if Oprah herself is behind this keyboard, touch-typing out small electronic missives.

Alas, all of you are not getting a toaster. But today, we channel our inner Jerry Springer and bring you five recent food stories from around the Interwebs that are nothing but empty (delightfully empty) calories.

Chow developed three outside-the-box breakfast sandwiches. Number three, the eggs-in-a-nest Benedict sandwich, looks like the keeper

Fast Company's Design Blog has an infographic on how to make every coffee drink in existence. Bonus listicle: Serious Eats links to Pizza Hut's flowchart for who gets the slice.

Bacon-flavored coffee (it also has hints of pumpkin spice) won a $10,000 recipe contest at the Iowa State Fair. Sponsor Seattle's Best has plans to bring the winning recipe nationwide.

The OC Register reveals two stunning facts — Taco Bell has sold an estimated 200 million Doritos Locos tacos and has more flavors in the works. Two words: Cool Ranch.

Kansas City's Ulterior Epicure has a drool-worthy collection of photos from the chef's table at Marco Canora's Hearth in New York city.

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