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  1. Debi

    Love the video! So many facial expressions AND I got to hear your voice! “It’s all of the things.” 🙂

  2. Lou

    You are so cute. Next you have to try the cheeseburger that is made from doughnuts.

  3. Johanna GGG

    OMG I am not sure I even want to know that breakfast existed – but I guess people have those breakfast pancakes. Love the vid – hilarious to watch you chomp in – wasn’t sure you would eat another bite 🙂

    Sounds like you need to try some of those sweet bacon recipes like bacon jam and bacon brownies – I really want to try these as veg versions but need a bit of energy and inspiration to get around to it.

  4. Louise

    OMG, I can’t believe you had the nerve to try that! I love it when you push the boundaries. Thanks for the video- it was excellent.

  5. Emma

    I was intrigued and am now slightly grossed out by your brave snack venture. I think I could almost understand it tasting good if it weren’t for the egg…

  6. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I have failed you. There is a burger at a restaurant in Atlanta that is made with Krispy Kreme donuts in lieu of the bun. I think they put mayo on it though, which is an abomination that must be purged in fire.

  7. janet @ the taste space

    You are too cute, Hannah. If you are back in Toronto during the CNE, they typically have a few foodie abominations (deep-fried butter was available one year, methinks)… BUT what I wanted to tell you was that I found a delicious chocolate and thought of you….. and then I searched and saw you had already tried it! Good on you! It was a Zimt chocolate mint bar with the cacao nibs. VERY good! 🙂

  8. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I love you… but this makes me embarassed for America. Oy.

  9. whisperinggums

    Love the video of course … what a bizarre combination. Dad said he’d take the bacon and egg out and eat them, and then eat the donut but, how boring is that!

  10. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    See, this is why I love your blog 🙂 We can swing from fancy pants vegan unpronounceable ingredients to the epitome of American craziness in food form. I’m not sure I’d have had the courage to join you with this particular crazy food item, but I am glad it got captured for posterity and, of course, that you had such a great day!

  11. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Part of the fun of travelling – trying all the crazy things! Or, almost all. I know you still have standards. 😉

  12. Hotly Spiced

    I’m worried about you. All that vegan health food you posted from Canada in the depths of winter and now look what happens to you when the heat strikes! If the heat continues I’ll be expecting a positive post on chocolate coated orange segments xx

  13. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Oh Hannah-bean, this post is just so full of joy and energy and love and hilarity and everything that you are and that you bring to my life. Miss you already too. You are the sun x
    PS I am still so impressed by your desire to eat this. Yes, impressed is the right word.

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Okay a: please put up more videos of you because we miss you! And b: I love your initial reaction to the first bite!!

  15. GourmetGetaways

    How funny that some of the nastiest sounding dishes can actually be rather delicious… if not unique, I really don’t know how I would go with this either. I don’t particularly like any of the ingredients… I would still need a bite to try though 🙂

  16. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Hahaha, awesome video! 😀 😀 I’m happy you had such a wonderful time with Heidi and her husband! As for the sandwich … Yuck, I don’t think I’d have dared to bite into that! But probably if you throw a couple of disgustive (this is from a bacon hater) foods together, the disgustiveness statistically middles out. 😛

  17. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Your giggling in infectious!!

    You had better believe I hope to find a vegan version of that sandwich one day and I will absolutely be tasting it 🙂

  18. Heathy

    LOLOL this is hilarious!!! I never knew that such a thing existed. Love the video darling! Proud of you for eating a non-poached egg 😉 hehe

  19. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    lol watching your brain trying to process what was happening to your tastebuds was like poetry in motion! Perhaps a limerick 🙂

  20. msihua

    Aww you so cute! I’ve missed your voice! Arrghhh we must come visit you so that we can take you eating more odd dessert-savoury food items!

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  22. Emma

    My only issue was that, failing to eat it within the first three minutes, part of the doughnut melted to the wrapping paper. This wasn’t tooooo much of a problem, it just meant I got to vigorously lick paper.

    I added sausage to mine too. Mmmmmore meats!

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