Some Weirdo Actually Made The Meal Described In Patton Oswalt’s ‘Black Angus’ Routine

10.15.13 4 years ago 21 Comments

As the founder and sole proprietor of the TV Gourmet tag, I like to think of myself as an expert when it comes to making and eating meals that no man or best should. I’ve still got the taste of the sludge from Freaks and Geeks in my mouth, and it’s not going away anytime soon. But there’s one feast that I’ve only dared to dream of, because I don’t want to have a heart attack after my first bite: Patton Oswalt’s Black Angus meal.

If you haven’t heard his routine, do so now, and then tremble before captstack’s creation, which he says wasn’t “intended for anyone to ever cook it literally, but I decided to prepare it in its entirety for a friend’s bachelor party, as he and I are both huge Patton Oswalt fans.” Also, your name is Peaches now.

1 - Appetizer Platter

Five jumbo deep-fried gulf shrimp served on a disc of salted butter with 15 of our potato bacon bombs and a big bowl of pork cracklins with our cheese & butter dipping sauce.

2 - Mile-Long Soup amp Salad Bar

Bacon and cheese cream soup and five-head of iceberg lettuce He-Man salad served in a punch bowl with 18 lbs of ranch dressing, pork-stuffed deep-fried croutons, and couple of corn dogs.

3 - Bottomless Trough of Fried Dough

Bottomless trough of fried dough.

4 - Los Mesa

55 oz Los Mesa He-Man steak slab served in a deep-fried pumpkin stuffed with buttered scallops and 53 of our potato bacon bombs.

5 - Gravy Pipe

Gravy pipe.

6 - At Black Angus Your Name is Peaches

Your name is Peaches.

(via Getty Image, via Imgur)

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