A chicken-and-waffle cupcake served from a food truck is some kind of recipe for a fatal hipster orgasm, right? I mean, I hope so. [Via]
Last three things in the fridge, besides that six pack of Mickey's Big Mouth Beer. Good times.
My brother used to live in Harlem, and swore by the chicken and waffles at Sylvia's. I pass no judgement on this taste combo, not having tried it. The crime here is the hipsterization of the concept.
So okay. Agreed that the first reaction to this is "EEW EEW EEW SO GROSS SO GROSS" but if you read the article (you didn't read the article, I know, it's okay) they compare it to the lasagne cupcakes (which are already on my Pinterest Things To Bake board obviously) and then? It starts to actually kind of sound like something that might be super awesome and I am most certainly not a hipster if that's what any of you are thinking. (None of you are thinking that.)
Related: Can this day end ever do you think?
Pfft. My good friends over at Robicelli's Bakery in Brooklyn were giving hipstergasms with chicken-and-waffle cupcakes wells before these West Coast wannabe's. (They also have flavors named after the Golden Girls).
And these things? They are delicious.
@KenWheaton Could you describe their make-up for the bakers in the group?
But where's the bacon? I feel like in order to put hipsters over the edge (so to speak), there needs to be bacon.
I will not apologize for my love of food trucks, fried chicken, or waffles. Or the Oxford comma.
Sure, why the hell not.
I think I'm the only fucking person in this city who hates cupcakes.
@HiredGoons: I am not in your city but I will join you in hating cupcakes. Chicken & Waffles, however, are fucking delicious.
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