Posted on: July 13, 2014
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Frankenfood Dallas had its fair share of disastrous dishes, and this hot and cool catastrophe was no exception. Let’s just say it didn’t “meat” the judges’ standards.
This urban farmer unveils a truly dazzling and debonair sea dish. But were the judges hooked in?
Based off a famous mythical creature, this creative culinary concoction brings sea and land together in the most bizarre way possible.
Chauntel offers an absolute behemoth of a brisket sandwich that leaves the judges blown away in Austin.
Can you eat a cactus? The Frankenfood judges bite into Traci’s curiously crafted southern special to find out.
At Frankenfood Austin a medley of delightful dessert and classic Mexican ingredients awaited the judges. Unfortunately it was one dire dairy disaster.
When a classic Italian dish collides with an American favorite, you get a bold, beefy, and simply breathtaking burger that just screams “eat me”.
Brooklyn-born, Texas-trained David Page added a little jelly goodness to an already scrumptiously-looking seafood sandwich.
Ken Dillman has worked around the cluck to cook up this tasty twist on a classic recipe.
A former wrestler tries to lay the smackdown with his manly dish while a smiley-shaped turkey burger only brings frowns from the judges – all at Frankenfood Texas.