I finally released another protein bar video -- that I filmed over the summer. The s'mores protein bar from Clif Builders is not bad at all.
Archer Farms (basically a Target-exclusive brand) unveiled a Sriracha potato chip flavor. It may not have been the most accurate rendition of the ever-popular rooster sauce, but it was decent enough to get a thumbs up from me.
Naader Reda and I continued our Spice Wars episodes with a holiday version. I made my McDonald's eggnog shake a bit more "festive" and chugged it down. I admit that I suck at chugging shakes -- and my core body temperature probably dropped a couple degrees in the process.
I covered the next sauce in the Sweet Sunshine line of sauces. The Jamaican Jerk sauce was a huge hit and should be in many households.
The next video in my Afterburn series: the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Chocolate, grown by John Ford at Ford's Fiery Foods and Plants!
I may have only been in Canada for a few days, but I made them all count. Even the McDonald's menu was slightly different. First, the Big Breakfast Platter was not much different from a deconstructed Sausage McMuffin with Egg -- plus one of those floppy hash browns.
The After Eight Baked Pie is basically McDonald's crafting an after-dinner mint (and filling) into their usual baked pie form. It's quite good, although it would be a zillion times better if it was fried.
The Costco food courts in Canada also have a few different menu items. Being a poutine fanatic, I had to get my fix. Still not sure why such an item is not on the U.S. menu. I think it would do quite well in many parts of the country.
Finally, I subjected Phan and Josh (Latechow) to some creamed horseradish. I don't think they'll be wanting to do that again anytime soon.
Seriously, I hope my followers subscribe to their channel. Amazing video production and a lot of mouth-watering dishes.
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