Jimmy Dean Chocolate Chip Pancakes & Sausage on a Stick | Junk Food Blog

21 July, 2006

Jimmy Dean Chocolate Chip Pancakes & Sausage on a Stick

Jimmy Dean Chocolate Chip Pancakes & Sausage on a StickThe Jimmy Dean brand of breakfast food won my nod of approval when I found this lovely new entry.

Pancakes & Sausage on a Stick Chocolate Chip pretty much takes what my wife often eats at IHOP and puts it all on a hand-held form factor, allowing junk-foodies like us to revel in frozen food fanatacism.

Better yet, these are microwaveable, so just nukem and pukem.

Via Cabel Sasser

More Jimmy Dean products we talked about...

106 comments:

ChristianZ on 7/25/2006 04:51:00 PM said...

I can't believe something like this is legal. Maybe I'll have one for dessert sometime.

pT said...

This should be placed in a time capsule, for sure.

annulla on 8/29/2006 12:30:00 PM said...

Would feeding this to your kid be considered giving him a yummy treat or child abuse?

zazzithehorse on 9/29/2006 11:21:00 AM said...

it's like being touched by god

skeletoncable on 9/29/2006 06:58:00 PM said...

This is a vast improvement over squirrel and sausage on a stick.

Lady J on 9/29/2006 11:54:00 PM said...

HAH, child abouse for sure

HelenThura on 9/30/2006 12:28:00 AM said...

That is just so wrong, I wonder how on earth they came up with it or more so how long will it last on the shevles before it is deleted.

sarah on 9/30/2006 08:46:00 PM said...

So funny...I just saw these at the grocery store tonight! In good old central Wisconsin.

Ry Rivard on 10/01/2006 09:45:00 AM said...

These are called flapsticks. We used to eat these in public school - but without the chocolate chips. It's basically a corndog but with pancake instead of cornmeal, and sausage instead of a hot dog. They're quite good, quite terrible for you, and I don't know how chocolate chips could but hurt this otherwise ingenious American food.

brendarealty on 10/01/2006 11:43:00 AM said...

Can I order one with bacon
wraghhh!!!

"G" on 10/01/2006 03:02:00 PM said...

They are particulary good when wrapped in a cheese batter and deep fried.

Ker on 10/01/2006 09:03:00 PM said...

That is the most repulsive thing I've ever seen- people actually eat things like this? Just beyond gross.

loiseaujoli on 10/02/2006 12:59:00 PM said...

Are you alright? I mean, seriously. This isn't food! And being a 'junk-foodie' isn't something to be proud of, in case you were unaware. And promoting it, eating junk food in place of natural foods, is going to create a wonderful example for your children. They'll grow up with these fabulous eating habits and I'm sure you'll be proud of them when they weight three-hundred pounds and have high cholesterol and diabetes.

I wish you would take a step back for a moment and realize the real, honest-to-god consequences of your actions.

NoFoodSnobs on 10/07/2006 01:29:00 PM said...

Oh man, please shut up. Seriously, not everything in life requires your activism.

People can eat crappy food every once in a while and live normal, happy lives. Not everyone who ever ate a donut and enjoyed it grew into a 300 pound sloth with diabetes and fat kids.

Get over yourself. You wanna do some good? Go save Darfur. Leave my pancakes alone.

eyeknowjack on 10/07/2006 02:00:00 PM said...

Do they come frozen or are they fresh from the farm? I'm not too sure about pancakes & sausage on a stick. I prefer pancakes fixed old school style - That way you can wear them as a hat when you've had your fill -

They might be pretty good dipped in ice cream!

Carrie Clark said...

But are they infused with imitation maple syrup? If not, why bother?

Ricky on 10/19/2006 10:11:00 PM said...

wow this is really gay how disgusting

Anonymous said...

Marketers Gone Wild !! Only in this great country will corporations make products that insulting for the ignorant.

frappe said...

You have got to be kidding me...OMG. Saw this 'thing' on The Daily Show and thought it was a fabricated creation. Cant believe that they could possibly put somethinbg like this out on the market. The day when they bring such garbage to Canada is the day I stop eating. LOL

Anonymous said...

Jesus tapdancing Christ, what's next, chocolate covered deep-fried twinkies with bacon grease in place of frosting??

Anonymous said...

"Jesus tapdancing Christ, what's next, chocolate covered deep-fried twinkies with bacon grease in place of frosting??"

Ok... I can't help myself. I don't know what's worse, this product, or the very existence of a junk food blog.

I do have to admit to having eaten a deep fried twinkie though:)

Junior Tracy said...

I'd be intrigued to know who, if anyone, would actually buy these. They look and sound foul.

Anonymous said...

Good god, your country bans vegemite yet allows this? Someone's on crack.

Anonymous said...

I first thought this was a joke. I was stunned that such a product exists. And to add insult to injury it was the organic spinach that killed people!!! god help us all.

Anonymous said...

Allow me from England to comment on my remote understanding of American values, but it seems to me that 230 years after Thomas Jefferson and his co-fathers of the free world founded the world's most successful nation, the beacon of undoing has been lit. How on earth can the armies of the free world fight after digesting this nutritional bunkum?! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hmm... Jimmy Dean or Osama Bin Laden, who kills the most Americans?

Anonymous said...

Heart disease being the biggest killer in the US I guess Jimmy Dean has made Americas most wanted list.

Anonymous said...

Man.. only in america some shit like this is possible.. i cant understand how someone can eat this shit...

Anonymous said...

Absolutely fabulous. Products like this represent the very pinnacle of our global industrial civilization.

ChileFarmer on 12/01/2006 01:32:00 PM said...

You know, only in America, Free Enterprise. You don't have to buy it, you don't even have to like it.
You do have a choice, so whats your bitch. ChileFarmer

Anonymous said...

Hey, it's like a mcGriddle, except with no egg and half the calories.

I want a scotch egg on a stick.

Wrapped in a pancake, with blueberries

Anonymous said...

I would say all frozen food is all an utter mish mash of unhealthy garbage. The frozen vegtables by themselves might be ok. A lot of these companies try to make out in their advertising that this stuff is good for you, what a crock. Most of the frozen food has MSG in it, another good reason NOT to buy this crap.

Anonymous said...

This looks so good that i'm gonna eat 5 every day!!!!

Anonymous said...

"I'd be intrigued to know who, if anyone, would actually buy these. They look and sound foul." -Junior Tracy

What's with the exaggerative drama? I mean, come on! It's not like they're selling chocolate-dipped pork fat on a stick (which actually was quite popular in Ukraine a few years back, sold by street vendors)

It's just sausages and pancakes. What's so bad about that? Sure they're not homemade, which makes it less healthy right off the bat.

But wait, it's on a stick????????? Holy smokes that changes everything!!!

Morons. I'm sure you're all so perfect, and eat nothing but 3 balanced, homemade, square meals a day.

This is the world that we live in now, full of unhealthy garbage. But you can't blame Jimmy Dean when you go to the doctor and get told that you're overweight, a diabetic, have heart disease, etc.

It's so easy to criticize companies like this who capitalize on the short-sightedness of consumers.

Some people are so stupid and will live on microwaveable food, and fast food, and drink a gallon of coke every day.

But when they get sick, these companies get blamed. They're not making America fat, Americans are making America fat.

People just love placing blame for things. Video games turned my kid into a psycho, not my lousy parenting! keep marijuana illegal because my kid got shot by a drug dealer, I don't care if it could be regulated and taxed and sold only with ID by a store clerk instead of some lowlife behind the mall!

And for the record, I think that this looks pretty tasty, but so does a homemade breakfast. Maybe I'll enjoy bad foods like this in moderation, and eat balanced meals, and exercise regularly. I don't think it'll hurt me then

Joe said...

All you people are just lard arses. Eat some broccoli instead

peter on 1/08/2007 02:32:00 AM said...

I do not think that i could bring myself to trying something like that, meat and chocolate, yuk

KT said...

I don't even think you can get these in Canada, dang.

Anonymous said...

I saw this on the daily show and thought it was fake. Next, lets take a jelly doughtnut with chocolate frosting, wedge it between two succulent Egg McMuffins and lather it in a gravy-pancake batter blend. Wholesome and delicious.

Anonymous said...

mI'm just trying to figure out how someone came with an idea like that and then decided to put it on a stick.

Anonymous said...

Disturbing, yet somehow enticing. I wonder if corporations are trying to make us fat.

Anonymous said...

a truley disrubing development in frozen food

Anonymous said...

Wow, just wow. I'm finding it really hard to believe that there's actually people out there who are upset about a food item. If it doesn't interest you then don't buy it.

"Pancakes and sausage are okay...but on a !stick! it's blasphamous". Seriously, you people should find more important issues to comdemn.

Go after McDonald's for marketing to children or go try to stop animal abuse.

I'd be more scared at the effects of KFC food or anything found at a fast food restaurant.

But, no, obviously the only thing that is of concern to some of you is that a microwavable food item is on a stick so you don't need a plate or utensils.

Fimbie said...

To loiseaujoli: Lighten up!
To nofoodsnobs and chilefarmer: Amen!

Can't understand why so many people are taking the time to read and contribute to a self-proclaimed "junk food blog" in order to assert their own superiority as being immune to consuming junk food. Why are you wasting your time when you could be out tending your organic farm?

In any event, I just wanted to point out that Sonic sold this product for years and called it "Pancake on a Stick." They stopped carrying it, but thank goodness Jimmy Dean filled the void.

Anonymous said...

To "me from England": the country that brought us Drippings on Toast, black pudding, suet pudding, and gravy can hardly call pancakes on a stick "nutritional bunkum."

Anonymous said...

Even though I'm not American I'm singing the Star Spangled Banner right now.

USA! USA! USA!

Anonymous said...

Yum - mystery meat wrapped in thick, spongy, soggy, fattening half-cooked dough & then frozen.

Isaac on 2/26/2007 01:23:00 AM said...

"Good god, your country bans vegemite yet allows this? Someone's on crack."

No human being should ever have to be subjected to vegemite.

Anonymous said...

YUCK

Anonymous said...

i think they look delicious..im gonna get an american friend to send me a box..god bless you.

Esmeralda Arishkada said...

WTF - Note to anyone who eats these: I love Jimmy Dean Choco Chip Pancake & Sausage on a Stick. At first I was a little hesitant, but when I tried them I knew I've found my transporter from a size 16 to a size 18, or even 20, haha! Good thing my fat husband doesn't like them because I can have them all to myself! I've cut out my regular bowl or cereal in the morning. Who needs fiber when you have a laxative!

Lizzy said...

These things are so good! Well, I've never had the chocolate chip ones, but the plain pancake ones are one of the best inventions ever.

shittyfoods said...

LOL! I too saw this shit on the daily show. i looked it up and the jimmy dean website describes it as

"It’s Jimmy Dean® full-flavored sausage inside a sweet pancake covering — talk about fun on a stick! Just pop these sweet treats in the microwave for less than two minutes to have a hearty breakfast or snack that’s not only filling, but easy to eat and enjoy. Varieties include: original, bluebery & chocolate chip

LMFAO!!! im soooo gonna try this shit..HAHAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

LMAO...does the box include a free Redneck Society membership card?

Anonymous said...

They mentioned this on The Daily Show and I seriously thought it was a joke...

Heather said...

Just reading this blog has brought me amusement beyond imagination HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Companies like Jimmy Dean continue to make disgusting garbage food like this because there is a demand for it. I am all for freedom of choice; however, it is pretty clear that north americans dont have any self control and therefore continue to eat themselves to death

Anonymous said...

I don't understand.

Anonymous said...

and for 50 cents extra you can buy a box that includes a cardiologist who will jump out and punch you in the face.

Anonymous said...

Just looking at the picture makes me wanna poop....

Bear Protection Agency said...

I'm pretty sure that if you ate one of these, then got attacked and eaten by a bear, the bear would then die of a heart attack.

Anonymous said...

WTF is with you people?
IT'S JUST PANCAKES AND SAUSAGE!
OHMYGOD! wait? there's two grams of CHOCOLATE in it?!!! Well, that instantly makes it a coronary on a stick.
Compare this to:
Homemade pancakes, and a link or two of sausage, with a chocolate milk chaser.
IT'S ON A STICK?!! BLASPHEMY!
People these days don't have time for a nice, sit down breakfast, and that's why companies market things like this.

Anonymous said...

Oh Lord! these look mighty tasty im having one for lunch and dinner but not breakfast cuz thatd be too many :)

Anonymous said...

I love Jimmy Deans chocolate chip flavored pancake-sausage! I use them to make a wonderful chocolate chip flavored pancake-sausage cheese casserole.
Here is my recipe.
You will need 1 box of Jimmy Dean's chocolate chip flavored Pancake Sausage on a stick
6 eggs
1/2 stick butter
1 c shredded cheddar cheese
Beat the eggs in a large bowl. Remove the sticks from the chocolate chip flavored Pancake Sausages; then cut them into bite-sized pieces. Melt the butter in a separate pan. Combine all ingredients in a 9x11-inch casserole dish. Refrigerate and allow to sit overnight. Bake for 30 minutes at 425 degrees. This is also great with maple flavored syrup drizzled overtop. For a different flavor, try Jimmy Dean's sprinkle cake dounut sausage.

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Anonymous said...

Homer Simspon would love it!

Remember how happy he was to see "Nuts&Gums- Together At Last" (season 5)

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Anonymous said...

Why do some people get a heart attack here? It's (nasty?) food on a stick not a ticking time bomb.

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Anonymous said...

So Yummy with Canadian Maple Syrup... One a month won't kill you. Go on, try it... ;)

lisac65 on 7/31/2008 10:51:00 AM said...

YOU PEOPLE MAKE ME CRAZY IF YOU DONT WANT A HEART ATTACK DONT EAT IT. GO HAVE A BOWL OF CARD BOARD TASTING FIBER INSTEAD OR GO EAT YOUR FREASH VEGGIES. IF OUR CROOKED GOVERNMENT WOULD STOP JACKING UP THE PRICES OF GAS MAYBE SOME OF US COULD AFFORD TO EAT MORE HEALTHY BUT WITH TODAYS MARKET PRICES JUST KEEP GOING UP UP UP UP UP BUT DOES OUR PAY NO NO NO NO NO NO.... SO STOP BITCHING & GO GET A BOX & TRY.... STOP BEING BIG WHIN BAGS..... LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST EACH & EVERY DAY & MAKE YOURSELF HAPPY. IF EATTING A PANCAKE & SAUSAGE ON A STICK MAKES YOU HAPPY GO GET YOU ONE & EAT IT....... WE ALL DIE SOME DAY YOUR BETTER OFF DIEING HAPPY THAN NOT HAVING A FULL LIFE.........

lisac65 on 7/31/2008 10:52:00 AM said...

YOU PEOPLE MAKE ME CRAZY IF YOU DONT WANT A HEART ATTACK DONT EAT IT. GO HAVE A BOWL OF CARD BOARD TASTING FIBER INSTEAD OR GO EAT YOUR FREASH VEGGIES. IF OUR CROOKED GOVERNMENT WOULD STOP JACKING UP THE PRICES OF GAS MAYBE SOME OF US COULD AFFORD TO EAT MORE HEALTHY BUT WITH TODAYS MARKET PRICES JUST KEEP GOING UP UP UP UP UP BUT DOES OUR PAY NO NO NO NO NO NO.... SO STOP BITCHING & GO GET A BOX & TRY.... STOP BEING BIG WHIN BAGS..... LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST EACH & EVERY DAY & MAKE YOURSELF HAPPY. IF EATTING A PANCAKE & SAUSAGE ON A STICK MAKES YOU HAPPY GO GET YOU ONE & EAT IT....... WE ALL DIE SOME DAY YOUR BETTER OFF DIEING HAPPY THAN NOT HAVING A FULL LIFE.........

Anonymous said...

YOU PEOPLE MAKE ME CRAZY IF YOU DONT WANT A HEART ATTACK DONT EAT IT. GO HAVE A BOWL OF CARD BOARD TASTING FIBER INSTEAD OR GO EAT YOUR FREASH VEGGIES. IF OUR CROOKED GOVERNMENT WOULD STOP JACKING UP THE PRICES OF GAS MAYBE SOME OF US COULD AFFORD TO EAT MORE HEALTHY BUT WITH TODAYS MARKET PRICES JUST KEEP GOING UP UP UP UP UP BUT DOES OUR PAY NO NO NO NO NO NO.... SO STOP BITCHING & GO GET A BOX & TRY.... STOP BEING BIG WHIN BAGS..... LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST EACH & EVERY DAY & MAKE YOURSELF HAPPY. IF EATTING A PANCAKE & SAUSAGE ON A STICK MAKES YOU HAPPY GO GET YOU ONE & EAT IT....... WE ALL DIE SOME DAY YOUR BETTER OFF DIEING HAPPY THAN NOT HAVING A FULL LIFE.........

Anonymous said...

YOU PEOPLE MAKE ME CRAZY IF YOU DONT WANT A HEART ATTACK DONT EAT IT. GO HAVE A BOWL OF CARD BOARD TASTING FIBER INSTEAD OR GO EAT YOUR FREASH VEGGIES. IF OUR CROOKED GOVERNMENT WOULD STOP JACKING UP THE PRICES OF GAS MAYBE SOME OF US COULD AFFORD TO EAT MORE HEALTHY BUT WITH TODAYS MARKET PRICES JUST KEEP GOING UP UP UP UP UP BUT DOES OUR PAY NO NO NO NO NO NO.... SO STOP BITCHING & GO GET A BOX & TRY.... STOP BEING BIG WHIN BAGS..... LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST EACH & EVERY DAY & MAKE YOURSELF HAPPY. IF EATTING A PANCAKE & SAUSAGE ON A STICK MAKES YOU HAPPY GO GET YOU ONE & EAT IT....... WE ALL DIE SOME DAY YOUR BETTER OFF DIEING HAPPY THAN NOT HAVING A FULL LIFE.........

Tabin said...

Oh... another stuff for obesity n heart disease..

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Anonymous said...

Reading all these comments put a smile on my face!!!! People have WAAAY to much time on their hands to worry about a freakin' pancake on a stick - however I have eaten the pancake on a stick and all I have to say is YUMMO! Only in the USA! And to all those nay-sayers out there: hypocrites! The lot of you!

debbie Mathews said...

With all the over weight kids in the United States...What are you thinking??? I would NEVER feed my children such junk!

Michael Dove on 9/04/2008 11:34:00 PM said...

I wonder, is this the first American major-brand food product to combine chocolate and meat? Does anyone know of any precedents to this? I think we may be dealing with a new level in American tastes. As an American living in Slovakia, I can say that it seems like many Europeans are kind of grossed out by American cuisine's sweet + salty combinations (PB&J, sweet BBQ, turkey + cran sauce, etc.) It's important to note that in medieval Europe the sweet vs savory paradigm wasn't nearly as strict as it is now - many dishes featuring combinations of meat and fruit, and many desserts featured meat.

Roland on 9/13/2008 04:20:00 AM said...

yes.. maybe that it..

good post

Anonymous said...

Ewwwhhh what the fuck is this shit?!

Have you people even heard of a normal, healthy breakfast? You know, like dark bread, porridge/cereals (no, not the sugar-crusted-with-honey-and-chocolate-chips stuff), fresh orange juice, fruits or berries and maybe a cup of coffee.

To me that "breakfast" candy thing you hype about looks like instant vomit. I wouldn't put that in my mouth. Ever.

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arfyness on 10/01/2008 10:51:00 PM said...

And then, for lunch, try some sour fizzy powder with your processed meat and artificial cheese on a bleached flour cracker.

Anonymous said...

where can i purchase these pancake combos? walmart only has blueberry...

Anonymous said...

I dont know who thinks they thought of this idea, but it was originally my idea to make pancakes and suasage on a stick, you time traveling son of a bitch!!!!! Send me a free life-time supply and we will call it even.

Anonymous said...

i love these dang things...you people are a bunch of haters....GO CORNDOGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i love this website too...i caome here everyday in keyboarding and i ahve a slight mental disorder. GO CORNDOGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GOP MEAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO PANCAKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness, my father eats these for breakfast and it makes me gag so fucking badly
He literally flips out now if he doesn't have at least one for breakfast (thankfully my grocery store has stop selling these products)
My mother and I call them "redneck dogs" because of the fact that we live out in the country
A person I used to go to church with personally knew and worked with Jimmy Dean
In his words, Jimmy Dean is a fucking asshole who doesn't care about people's health
Wow, wonder who actually thought this up
=/

Anonymous said...

Mega GROSS!

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Anonymous said...

Thank you, Darwin, for making sure that some people will eat themselves out of the gene-pool...

Anonymous said...

wow, someone sent this site to me to check out out of pure amazement...and yes, here I am...amazed. I am going to practice my freedom of choice and not eat them and wince if I see someone eat one...Just my humble opinion. No wonder we're all fat.

Anonymous said...

Only 4g grams of saturated fat per stick. So eat 4 of 'em and you're good to go with you "bad" cholesterol for the whole day.

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Anonymous said...

I wouldn't eat either one but, what's the difference eating this or sausage and pancakes. Is it the fact that it's on a stick that bothers people?

Anonymous said...

you woundnt be able to eat for a week thats disgusting and espically with chcolaste chips

Jockemon on 4/13/2010 10:34:00 PM said...

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Anonymous said...

This is really disgusting. I went onto the website and looked at the ingredients, here they are. As you can see, there are lots of 'chemical' ingredients. I wouldn't even call this real food, I would call it 'edible food like substances'. Because that's what it is. It's disgusting that this product is on the shelves, it's packed full of there bizarre ingredients and it's just disgusting.


INGREDIENTS: PANCAKE BATTER: ENRICHED BLEACHED FLOUR (WHEAT FLOUR, NIACIN, IRON, THIAMINE MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN, FOLIC ACID), WATER, SUGAR, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF THE FOLLOWING: PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED SOYBEAN AND COTTONSEED OIL, SALT, DEXTROSE, LEAVENING (SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE, SODIUM BICARBONATE), DRIED EGG YOLK, ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, SOY LECITHIN, NONFAT DRY MILK. COOKED IN VEGETABLE OIL (CONTAINS ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING: CORN OIL, COTTONSEED OIL, PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED SOYBEAN OIL).
SAUSAGE LINK: PORK, WATER, SUGAR, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF THE FOLLOWING: SODIUM LACTATE, SALT, DEXTROSE, SODIUM PHOSPHATES, SPICES, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL MAPLE FLAVOR (WITH MALTODEXTRIN, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, CARAMEL COLOR, DEXTROSE, MAPLE SYRUP), MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE, SODIUM DIACETATE, FLAVORINGS.

Anonymous said...

im assuming 80% of the people who regularly visit this blog have diabetes

ali on 6/11/2011 12:09:00 AM said...

Wow!!! looking Yummy. Waiting to have it in India.

pranav on 7/31/2011 12:55:00 AM said...

wow good article, now looking forward for junk food gift vouchers in your blog.

Anonymous said...

in the mid-east they eat sheep intestines, tongues, legs and brains.. it seems kinda gross, but still way healthier that "chocolate-chips pancake sausage" (yuck!)

Infobanc on 11/25/2011 11:46:00 PM said...

LOL Yeah, that was actually the most confusing part for me. On one hand, he's mad because he can't stretch the 12 oz sausage roll to feed his family, and he doesn't want to pay for 2 of them. On the other hand, he makes it sound like the T-bone steak is just a basic mandatory part of his southern breakfast, and that's not putting him over his budget.

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