Thursday, September 11, 2008

The Hot Beef Sundae

Flickr member Matthew Stoller captured the sign below on the side of a food truck (aka Roach Coach or mobile fast food) in Nebraska.

The sign is selling a specialty of the truck: The Hot Beef Sundae.

The Hot Beef Sundae is described (in another photo of Matthew's) as:
"Golden mashed potatoes covered with a generous portion of our roasted and seasoned to perfection top round beef. Then aged cheddar cheese, more golden mashed potatoes smothered with our special beef gravy, more aged cheddar cheese, a slice of buttered toast and a cherry tomato on top. A delightfully satisfying meal that you will crave time after time, year after year."
Reminiscent of a KFC Famous Bowl?

I sure don't have (and wouldn't want to see) the nutrition facts for this baby!

The cherry tomato on top is a nice touch though!

via And I Am Not Lying blog (where you can also see photos of signs for Pizza on a Stick!)

UPDATE: Failing to find a Hot Beef Sundae to buy, The Davis', on their Off The Strip blog, have come up with their own Hot Beef Sundae recipe.

UPDATE2: BoingBoing: "Hot beef sundaes: an unstoppable trend" has another fair photo.

1 comment:

aaron said...

Who cares what it's called. It looks frickin' delicious to me.