Why enjoy the pleasures of one vice, when you could revel in the opulence of two? Or, better yet, the sensual pleasures of three?
Fit for a Roman banquet of splendour, that's exactly what you'll get with a bacon-chocolate shot glass, a magical creation that fuses greasy goods, sinful sweets, and alcohol consumption into one.
Created by Through The Eyes Of My Belly, the choco-bacon shot glasses are a DIY affair, meaning you can enjoy the taste of whisky, cocoa, and bacon grease all in one go at your next party. Or, you know, every day for the rest of your life.
Surprisingly, the process to make these bad boys isn't all that complicated, but is a tad time consuming.
You'll first need to create some sort of mould to form the bacon. The original recipe suggested cutting up a roll of paper towel then wrapped in tin foil, but anything cylindrical could work.
From there, just wrap your bacon around your mould (thick cut works best), being sure to completely cover the bottom. You'll also need to tire the tops with twine to ensure everything stays in shot-glass shape throughout the cooking process.
Once your done, pop your uncooked bacon cups into the oven and cook 'em at 375 fahrenheit for about 20 to 30 minutes, or until tender. Make sure they don't get too crispy, however, or else the bacon will just crumble and you don't have a real cup.
Finally, to finish off everything off, you need to coat your bacon cups with chocolate so no liquid escapes when you pour shots in. See, the chocolate isn't just for the sake of ridiculousness, it's functional too!
And there you have it, by the end of this process you'll have your very own bacon-chocolate shot glasses to get wasted with. Or, if you're like myself, just eat as is because chocolate and bacon is mothertrucking delicious. Whatever you like.
"The concept of waffles in the shape of male and female genitals is already known in many parts of the world, especially in Paris, where the concept was very popular. [...] We thought why not have them in Montreal as well, that's where our story started," said Adam, owner of Marbello Gaufres Et Délices, told Narcity Media.
"The Sugar Mamy" is more unique: it is caramel ice cream and cotton candy confetti with melted caramel chocolate. To accompany these naughty pastries, you can get a strawberry, chocolate, caramel or vanilla milkshake.
You can purchase the famous Angus Burger with Cheese and Bacon individually or in a combo. If you've got a dad who doubles his portions and can still eat your leftovers, this generous burger might just be the perfect gift.
You can either place your order through Harvey's app or their website, or just pop over to your nearest Harvey's location to pick one up old-school style.
And if you're hoping to impress your dad with your own barbecue skills this Father's Day, Harvey's latest video may just be able to help you out there too.
Featuring a dad sharing his best tips for making top-notch Angus burgers on the grill, this clip will help you develop your own skills and prove to your dad that his grilling legacy is secure.
To keep your energy up while becoming your household's next grill master, you can treat yourself to one of Harvey's two new summer drinks.
The Frozen Red Bull Peach could give you that boost of energy you need for your warm weekend barbecues, and the Coffee and Donut Shake is the ultimate dessert.
They're available until September 5, so you can quench your thirst while barbecuing all summer long.
Address: 150, ave. Mont-Royal E., Montreal, QC (Plateau)
Why You Need To Go: They're famous for their watermelon and pineapple bowls but have a big menu full of fun and delicious Hawaiian-themed treats. We can't wait to try the Strawberry Shortcake Sundae and birthday cake ice cream, which uses actual chunks of birthday cake.
Address: 1274, boul. de Maisonneuve E., Montreal, QC (Ville Marie)
Why You Need To Go: Some of the most refined and elegant soft-serve twists you can find, Sachère always keeps balanced flavour profiles in mind. Think toasted pistachio & sour cherry, Matcha & dark chocolate, and olive oil & grapefruit mint.
Zizi Pop is setting up shop at the entrance to the Loam restaurant in Old Montreal, where Montrealers will be able to pick up their naughty waffles through the summer.
A menu posted to an Instagram story highlight shows flavours that include, among others, dark and white chocolate with coconut; dark and white chocolate with Oreo; white chocolate, salted caramel and cotton candy; white chocolate and Nutella; barbecue sauce and bacon; teriyaki and puffed rice, and cheese and fried onions.
"Our idea is to bring something reassuring, colorful, pop but still offering something original," co-owner Salvatore Armonia told Narcity.
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Address: 400, rue Notre-Dame E., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: For super decadent waffles that just happen to have a phallic shape.