March 12, 2006
The Legendary Glazed Toroid Fishstick Sandwich

Once again, culinary insanity returns to Scary-Crayon with the birth of The Legendary Glazed Toroid Fishstick Sandwich, the first in a series of food articles designed to find new applications for aging overbaked donuts. Despite the fearsome and greasy appearance of the sandwich, it's definitely among the better edible creations that I've authored to date -- so I seriously recommend making your own if you've got the ingredients and the courage to do so. Of course, I always say that. 😉

Until next time, minna-san!

-posted by Wes | 3:03 pm | Comments (6)
  • Another excellent food article Wes.

    The picture of the half eaten fishstick reminds me of the time my Father and I were at the grocery store, and saw a bag of fishsticks that somebody had actually opened there at the store!

  • Wes says:

    The lure of frozen fishsticks can be quite difficult to resist!

  • GM says:

    That can't be healthy...

  • If you're really looking for a legendary weird sandwich, I recommend the sandwich my Dad makes a few days after every thanksgiving.

    It's Turkey and Cranberry-Sauce with Mayonese!

    I highly recommend trying it with it's original white-bread before making the inevitable fried donut variation.

    I can't say what it tastes like because I've never eaten one myself. Mayo grosses me out.

  • Wes says:

    Actually, they serve that one in restaurants! Not only did I order and photograph one during my last trip to Boston (seriously, you have no idea how many articles I've taken the pictures for that I never got around to writing), but I also attempted to make my own over the holidays. It's actually not bad at all! But then, I don't so much mind mayo. 😉

  • Andi says:

    Surprisingly, this sounds good as you write it. I think I am going to get my friends over so we can try this little sucker.

    Man, Gordon's Fishsticks, I remember the funky commecials for his fishsticks. They were animated and the kids were stupid.

    Great food article!


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