Epic Meal Time Whips Up an All-Chocolate Breakfast
Epic Meal Time is a direct-to-YouTube Canadian comedy troupe that delights in pulling your chain by creating recipes that contain massive amounts of things that might not be too good for you in huge quantities, including chocolate, booze, and, especially, bacon. Dig in, it's only 8,724 calories.
The show's creators are Harley Morenstein and Sterling Toth, who posted their first video to YouTube on October 17, 2010. So far, they've posted 155 videos, including episodes of a cooking-contest show called Epic Chef, clearly inspired by Chopped. The "All-Chocolate Breakfast" is their most recent video, spotted by San Francisco FiTR correspondent Tracy Van Dyk on Incredible Things.
In case you haven't seen it yet, here's Epic Meal Time's "Hot Dog Casserole":
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