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Food buffs JP Lambiase and Julia Goolia of Orlando, Florida, are the inventors behind Hellthy Junk Food–a website and YouTube direct featuring all sorts of unbelievably scandalous junk food creations that the couple does themselves! In honour of our 100 th remembrance, JP and Julia partnered with us to form something explosive–a grilled cheese volcano with tomato soup lava!
With Robert Ripley’s goals to have his very own volcano in mind–a feat he aimed in 1945–Hellthy junk Food decided to build their own inconceivable volcano out of grilled cheese and tomato soup 😛 TAGEND
In the end, this volcano necessitated four cans of family-sized tomato soup, six lumps of food, six parcels of American cheese, and one flask of mayonnaise. The mayo was used in lieu of butter, and–according to JP–elevates the grilled cheese. The parts, plus two hours and 15 hours in the kitchen resulted in a ridge of tomatoey magma and cheese with a total calorie weigh nearing 11,000.
After witnessing their crazy formation for ourselves, we had to know more at this dynamic duo, this is why we sat them down for an interview 😛 TAGEND Q: What stimulated you to start establishing crazy nutrient and posting to YouTube?
A: We started the canal as a route of munching out less and still being able to enjoy our favorite eatery menus at home. It was never our intention to utter crazy food on YouTube, but it eventually turned into that when we recognized our channel wasn’t so much instructional as it was entertaining. It wasn’t until we created the Pizza Cake over three years ago that the crazy menu started to happen. Being a little peculiar or different in the nutrient nature was transformed into what we are today.
Q: What has been the most difficult occasion to reach?
A: It would have to be the Junk Food House. We spent periods depicting up blueprints, house, crafting, designing, etc. We wanted to show our junk food take on a gingerbread house for the holidays, inducing it out of our favorite savory junk foods.
Q: Do you gobble everything?
A: No. We were both raised not to squander meat, though, so every likelihood we get, when it’s something unmanageable for the two of us to expend, we invite friends over to eat with us. The best speciman of this is when we invited two competitive eaters over to our house and together they both refined off over 8 lb of food. Mind you, that was just an appetizer for them. They got a 32 -in pizza after that.
Q: What was your most disgusting initiation?
A: JP has created a good deal of outraging dishes, such as the Giant KFC Drumstick made out of a puppy bone, often cross-contaminating numerous proteins and stuffing random nutrient inside other food. But our most disgusting creation of all time has to be the ketchup and mayonnaise ice cream.
Q: Are there any starts that turned out far worse they were never secreted as an incident?
A: The only creation that we can recall that never constructed it as an bout was the Churro Fry; it merely never washed out. We’ll demonstrate our neglects on camera because at the end of the day it’s all about being 100 percentage transparent with our public. Nobody’s perfect. It’s okay to fail, and if you can draw lessons from it, it’s that much better.
You can catch the rest of our interview with Hellthy Junk Food as well–as the full recipe for their grilled cheese volcano–exclusively in the pages of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! A Century of Strange !
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