It’s how we get the crispy texture…

It’s how we get the crispy texture…

posted on 1 Sep 2008 in Chinglish, Snacks

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Dangevin
Dangevin
12 years ago

Remember, when cooking naked, always stand clear when you open the oven door.

Alex Cline
Alex Cline
12 years ago

mmm tastes like my momma’s cooking

Fail Funnies
12 years ago

Nothing like burned meat buscuits to start your morning ;>)

coffeebot
coffeebot
12 years ago

like sourdough, only worse

ngyonghan
ngyonghan
12 years ago

Missed your ma’s burnt lunch so much? It’s because all of the soap opera in your local TV channel are all taking a break. In that case, if you still want it, get Burnedmeat – burnt to a crisp!

Nyna
Nyna
12 years ago

Now thats what I call cajun cooking!

Pamela
Pamela
12 years ago

Great with charedbits soup!

Ghost08
Ghost08
12 years ago

And for those who are more carnivorous theres RAWMEAT balls.

DeathlyH
12 years ago

Now served at Kintecky Fred Chuckin.

John Nowak
John Nowak
12 years ago

We hope you like them REALLY well done!

Shadrach
Shadrach
12 years ago

…and now I’ll be using a recipe that has been in my family since the early Jurassic period.

annievanna
annievanna
12 years ago

…for that “mothers home cooking” taste….

Dominic Small
Dominic Small
12 years ago

For when ‘cooked meat flavour biscuits’ just ain’t enough…

KB-Sama
KB-Sama
12 years ago

Ingredients: 1/5 Napalm, 2/8 lighter fluid, and one small pet.

Christopher Arbizu
Christopher Arbizu
12 years ago

We ran out of burnt bread.

MidoriSkyJT
MidoriSkyJT
12 years ago

It tastes a little burnt.

lillylivers
lillylivers
12 years ago

wow, and i thought they stopped making those crackers in my favorite flavor! i love the chalky flavor!

Cat
Cat
12 years ago

Burned meat flavour… because we ran out of chicken stock…

Azure
Azure
12 years ago

Nobody wants to eat animals that were burnouts, C’mon!

xan
xan
12 years ago

Secret ingredient not so secret

xan
xan
12 years ago

Secret ingredient not so secret anymore…

Ainegue
Ainegue
12 years ago

Well everyone else was doing Ranch Flavored or Zesty Salsa, it seemed like a good idea at the time…

Ainegue
Ainegue
12 years ago

Also availble in Raw and Pre-Chewed form!

dropkickmurphy
12 years ago

“mmm, meat buscuits”

Fogzilla
Fogzilla
12 years ago

I like the subtle mix of Spanish and Chinese.

“Chu mei si” = Chew me, yes?

F
F
11 years ago

“Soggy Overcooked Vegetable flavour” didn’t go over so well….

Kimgiggly79
Kimgiggly79
11 years ago

Because Burned Meat is always sooooo appealing

k
k
11 years ago

Also look for Burnedmeat Fingers, Burnedmeat Snack Sticks, Burnedmeat Nuggets and our new line of Undercookedmeat products.

or

Their first idea didn’t work out so well, Undercookedmeat Biscuts. So they sold the pork recipe to a diet company and started over.

versed
versed
11 years ago

Mei si spots.

Mindwave
Mindwave
11 years ago

The best part about waking up is burned meat biscuit in your trunk

sebastien
sebastien
11 years ago

taste like the time mommy had a hang over, and daddy had to make breakfast.

Karin
Karin
11 years ago

njammie!

Ken Story
Ken Story
11 years ago

makes a nice change from rotting meat flavor

Humalien
Humalien
10 years ago

dry AND crunchy…

John van Rooyen
10 years ago

Mmmmm, just like my wife used to make it!

Baker
Baker
10 years ago

10% less carcinogenic than charred meat flavor!

Dangergirl
Dangergirl
10 years ago

Right next to “yard waste, egg shell, fruit rind cookies”

hihihi
hihihi
9 years ago

yummers, just like momma never used to make.

R
R
9 years ago

Extra crispy.

Jacob
Jacob
9 years ago

Well Why FOXIN” NOT?

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

Try also our buried meat, still worm!

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