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May 2nd, 2014
This week the greatest outdoor show on Earth, the Calgary Stampede, unveiled its unique menu. As always, there are imaginative takes on classic favourites. Between July 4th and 13th, visitors will be able to gorge on such concoctions as the Kawabanga Corn Dog (giant sausage in batter), Deep Fried Cheezies, Deep Fried Donut Bacon Cheeseburgers, Million Dollar Baby Mac & Cheese (mac & cheese with truffle oil, sautéed crab meat and sundried tomatoes) and the most attention-grabbing of all: Scorpion Pizza. As seen above. You can view them all here.
However, we’ve stumbled upon some of the reject food items that were a little too risky to sell at the Stampede. When you take a look, you’ll understand why it was probably for the best these didn’t make the cut.
Blownuts. The always popular powdered donut covered in cocaine. Under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, this is a Schedule 1 drug, so you’d probably get arrested just ordering one. There’s a reason why Tim Hortons doesn’t bake these.