Ever heard of stunt food before? Sure you have! Stunt foods have been around since time immemorial changing the boring humdrum of food industry into “shocking and awesome” (for most cases).
So what are stunt foods exactly?
Basically. stunt foods are two established meals merged into one. Doritos Locos Tacos, Ramen burgers, cronuts, wonuts (waffles + donuts) — do these ring a bell? Yes, these are some of the famous ‘inventions’ which attained full-on stunt food glory, and satisfying the stomach and social media. Now that you have an idea what a stunt food is, I’m pretty sure you’ll be interested to give our list of novel stunt foods a try.
Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? Mac and cheese lovers have claimed to have eaten this delicious ‘box meal’ in many different ways. But has anyone ever eaten one inside a burrito? Two sinfully delectable meals merged into one, Soulritto is a combination of salsa-infused macaroni and cheese, tri tip beef, collard greens, and yams in a flour tortilla. Congratulations if you don’t hear your stomach growling thinking about stunt food no.1.
You can get this one in:
3409 24th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
2. Wonuts and Ponuts
Bayview cafe CDXX just loves creating and introducing hybrid foods in their menu. Say hello to it’s newest creation, ‘wonuts’ and ‘ponuts’.
Wonut is a fried and Vermont maple glazed waffle served plain or stuffed with fried chicken bits. A ponut is a breaded and fried pancake currently topped with blueberries and Greek yogurt. ‘Nuff said, you know where to get this.
Visit CDXX here:5800 3rd St
San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
3. Potsticker Burrito
One look at the sesame jasmine rice, vegetable-stuffed potstickers, plum sauce, sweet chili sauce, pickled daikon and carrot, and organic greens in a flour tortilla is enough to make you hungry. Potsticker Burrito, a certain proof that vegans are anything but deprived.
Go to Hella Vegan to get this delicious and fulfilling gastronomic adventure!Hella Vegan Eats is an East Bay pop-up that appears in random places but frequents in San Francisco at Dear Mom.