Oreo/pepperoni/cheese snax

Chris writes in with his Triple Stuf Deluxe Superbowl snacks, which contain Oreos, pepperoni and cheese (topped with a sprig of parsley), artfully arranged. He promises that they're "actually really tasty in a perverse way." He's documented the creation with a spiffy photocomic. Link



  1. hahaha.. they actually look good! hmmm reminds me of those sweet and sour dishes whereby it is savoury and sweet. i like the comics done this way.

  2. That is so much cooler than a youtube video illustrating the same thing. I wish the “web photo comic” would catch on, as least as a supplement to all this crummy (and usually unnecessary) flash video that has overtaken the web. Maybe even certain boingboing tv topics could get this treatment…

  3. You deserve whatever you get if you eat shit like that. Processed meat, mixed with transfats and sugar….yum. I’ll take an organic pork shank and then a chocolate po de creme thanks.

  4. mmmm, what wouild be the ideal lunch? a baloney sandwich, made with enriched white bread and margerine, pressed paper thin, a Twinkie, a can of Dr. Pepper, Oreos,a bag of chips….help me out here

  5. Ill Lich @ #5: Funnily enough, when Alex Bennett had his morning radio show here in SF in the 80s he had an occasional segment where callers would provide descriptions of the weirdest food combinations they ever ate while high. It was great (as was the show)!

  6. Actually, Oreo filling contains lard, so slapping pepperoni on it isn’t entirely insane. Just mostly.

  7. I don’t know what freaks me out more: the recipe or seeing the word “Superbowl” on BoingBoing.

  8. @9 W. James Au:
    It’s true that Oreo cookies used to contain lard, but this is no longer the case. The current recipe is vegan (at least in the US). (Nutritional Info)

    The Chicago Tribune had an interesting article regarding the constant reformulation of the Oreo recipe to address the latest health fads — first to replace lard, then to replace trans fats. It seems only a matter of time before the alarm goes out against the currently used palm oil (high in saturated fat) and this is replaced with something else.

  9. For some reason this has made me think of the Scottish sweet macaroon, the traditional recipe for which includes potato.

  10. Hurray for Yates!!!
    Everyone here should read his comic, whenever he gets around to making them, and buy some of his sculptures/toys.

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