This is the first official Snacks in the city Post! I have been toying with the Idea of this blog for a while but have never started an article. Well finally an event occurred in my snack-dom that has out done anything in previous memory.
Anyone on the net or well... anyone living knows about the meat monstrosity called the KFC "Double-Down". Well I am a Pescatarian ( mostly vegetarian but I include fishes in my diet) and this meat medley was not in the cards for me and really I had no desire for it. Well yesterday, Jason (my boyfriend and also pescatarian) was sneaking around the grocery store picking out peculiar items such as; 2 bricks of cheese, veggie chicken patties and fake bacon etc.... I think that you all are starting to get the picture. When I questioned him about this crazy idea.... he told me "Hey we deserve to dream too, don't we."
So this afternoon we had a super deeelish Vegetarian double down. OMG we both wanted another!
Here are some pics!
6 days ago
Found you on Gaper's Block and while I'm truly repulsed by the actual Double Down, THIS does not look half bad. WTG on the creativity.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to try this. YUMReplyDelete
@maris thanks for checkin' us out!! it was actually good.. i was surprised as i thought the meaty version looked horrible.ReplyDelete
@kali don't forget the honey mustard. it is key :)
Great idea and it looks promising for real. Out of curiosity, how does your creation stack up against its evil twin nutritionally? I suspect that the fat content and cholesterol will favor the Good Twin but the calories miiiiiiiight be nearly a wash. Just a hunch.ReplyDelete
it has a lot of calories but the huff post reported that the Real one has over 1200 I think our is around half that... still high but our goal was the sandwich :) we didn't mind the calories :) the extra mile jog was worth it!ReplyDelete
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Right on, sister. Shout Out from a Seattle pescatarian.ReplyDelete
The real Doubledown has 540 calories and 32 grams of fat.ReplyDelete
huff post reported that the Real one has over 1200 they did an independent caloric analysisReplyDelete
im also Pescatarian so im loving this!!!ReplyDelete
where can I find the recipe?ReplyDelete