Our friends at First We Feast were nice enough to share their list of the most insane dude foods of all time with us.

Ladies, we don't want you to feel left out, though. Just because these are "dude foods" -- i.e. high-calorie gut bombs that put the emphasis on gluttony rather than taste -- that doesn't mean they're only for males. If you want to dive into these carnivore-friendly near-abominations, be our guest. But don't expect your doctor to cheer you on.

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  • Tudor Cockentrice

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> A cockentrice is a beast constructed by attaching parts of mismatching animals, concealing an edible feast inside. British chef Heston Blumenthal's <a href="What's in it: A cockentrice is a beast constructed by attaching parts of mismatching animals, concealing an edible feast inside. British chef Heston Blumenthal's version, which he created for his television show Heston's Feasts, includes the head of a wild boar, the crown of a chicken, the wings and back end of a goose, and the torso of a lamb, all joined together by a taxidermist. Inside, a seared saddle of lamb encases minced dry-cured ham, chicken meat, and goose breasts. Some things <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAJEjL9CBOo">you can't unsee, bro</a>. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> The Tudors may have liked theatrics at their feasts, but Blumenthal takes it to a new level. The BBC mini-series where he recreates period feasts is more like British Epic Mealtime. In the Tudor episode, this buche de carne awaits dinner guests inside the pig-bird beast, which is carried to the table by four men. “It actually looks like a swan has died bumming a boar,” says one unreserved diner. That's true, but the resulting “flying pig” creation isn’t even the finale—Blumenthal blows it up with firecrackers in front of his guests, because Tudors were apparently pyromaniacs, too. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/the-25-best-food-moments-in-the-wire/">The 25 Best Food Moments In The Wire</a></strong>

  • Pizza Hut's Hamburger/Chicken Filet Stuffed Crust

    <strong>What's in it: </strong>This Pizza Hut Middle East creation puts Britain's hot dog-stuffed crust of a few years ago to shame. Pizza Hut will devastate your stomach with its two over-the-top styles exclusive to the region. One is cheeseburger, featuring mini cheeseburgers baked in crust pods around the edge of the “pizza,” which is then covered in ground beef morsels, lettuce and tomatoes, and “Pizza Hut’s special sauce.” Oh, no. Then there's Chicken Filet, which fills those little crust pods with fried chicken nuggets. The pie is topped with — what else? — more fried chicken nuggets and barbecue sauce. <strong>Why it's so bro: </strong>The only thing that's not bro about these magical concoctions is the fact that they're not available stateside. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/diy-dinner-and-a-movie-how-to-create-a-menu-for-your-next-netflix-film/">DIY Dinner And A Movie: How To Create A Menu For Your Next Netflix Film</a></strong>

  • Epic Meal Time's Fast Food Lasagna

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> Epic Meal Time's classic Fast-Food Lasagna combines 45 hamburgers, a liter of Big Mac Sauce, seven orders of onion rings, cheese, bacon, and a "custom sauce" made from bacon, onions, ground beef, sausage, and a fifth of Jack Daniels. <strong>Why it's so bro: </strong>Did you even read the preceding sentence? There are so many burgers in this deep-dish mess that the hosts had to go to three different fast-food joints. The resulting eight-inch tall mound is taste-tested by a group of "burger bacon buddies," who swill a few shots of Jack to make it all go down easier. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/the-50-best-independent-american-food-brands/">The 50 Best Independent American Food Brands</a></strong>

  • The Great Pyramid Of Ice Cream At Cabot's

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> This mega sundae at Cabot's in Newton, MA, sits in a bowl almost two feet in diameter, and it includes 60 pints of ice cream with 12 quarts of toppings. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> It’s said to feed up to 175 people (and costs $229), but you can cut that in half if you're eating with real bros. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/20-must-see-food-documentaries-you-can-watch-right-now/">20 Must-See Food Documentaries You Can Watch Right Now</a></strong>

  • Fried Kool-Aid

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> Introduced to state fairs everywhere in the summer of 2011, these bright red treats are made by combining cherry Kool-Aid powder with a flour-and-water batter, then deep-frying the dough in ball shapes. The finished product gets a healthy dose of powdered sugar. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> Let's be honest, Kool-Aid never went out of style. And now there's a way to eat your favorite childhood drink in a fried cake ball? Like a red velvet cake that's also badass? A victory for bros the world over. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/drink/12-celebrities-who-should-be-craft-beer-boosters/">12 Celebrities Who Should Be Craft Beer Boosters</a></strong>

  • Kentucky Hot Brown

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> Originally created in 1926 by chefs at the <a href="http://www.brownhotel.com/dining-hot-brown.htm">Brown Hotel in Louisville</a> for tired partygoers, this open-faced sandwich starts with two slices of Texas Toast laid in the bottom of a baking dish and topped with thick chunks of roasted turkey and roma tomatoes. Then, it's slathered in a rich Mornay sauce, bacon and Pecorino Romano and broiled until bubbling. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> This is party food with heritage, super heavy on the cheese and messy enough that it's practically a casserole. Still, real bros eat it with their hands. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/the-burger-king-twitter-got-hacked-changed-its-name-to-mcdonalds-and-posted-rap-videos/">The Burger King Twitter Got Hacked, Changed Its Name To McDonald's, And Posted Rap Videos</a></strong>

  • Garbage Plate

    <strong>What's in it: </strong>At <a href="http://www.garbageplate.com/">Nick Tahou Hots</a> in Rochester, NY, pick from two bases like mac salad, home fries, French fries and baked beans. Then, pick two toppings like cheeseburgers, hamburgers, Italian sausage, grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, fried ham, fried fish, chicken tenders, or veggies. Add a little onion and mustard and "hot sauce" (ground beef sauce simmered with spices), pile it into a Styrofoam container or plastic plate, and voila! You have the famous garbage plate. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> Every dude loves choices, and the Garbage Plate requires personalization at every step. And when the "toppings" on a menu constitute a meal in and of themselves, you know you've reached ultimate bro-dom. (Side note: All hot sauces should come with meat.) Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/bryan-voltaggio-10-career-changing-dishes/">The 10 Dishes That Made My Career: Bryan Voltaggio</a></strong> <em>Photo by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/diesel_travis/2485685140/">Flickr user: T-Rav</a></em>

  • Denny's Fried Cheese Melt

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> A grilled cheese sandwich made with American cheese and four fried mozzarella sticks stuck between two slices of sourdough bread. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> First off, it's only $4. And secondly, it's fried cheese inside a grilled cheese that you can dip in red sauce. That seems like reason enough. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/how-to-become-a-chef/">How To Become A Chef</a></strong>

  • Spilly's Cheesesteak

    <strong>What's in it: </strong>SB Nation's Spilly <a href="http://www.sbnation.com/2012/11/5/3601886/knicks-vs-sixers-food-cheesesteak">made a special cheesesteak</a> for the Sixers-Knicks match-up last fall, utilizing well-know foodstuffs from New York and Philly. There's frozen hamburgers cooked with cheesecake and a cheese sauce made in a blender with Cheez-Wiz, cream cheese, Tang (for color), Totino's Pizza Rolls, and powdered doughnuts. All this is piled onto big bagel slices and topped with more Tang. <strong>Why it's so bro: </strong>Everyone knows that the cheesesteak is a bona fide bro food — greasy steak smothered with melted cheese stuffed into a soft, hot hoagie. But as usual, dude-food legend Spilly takes it to the next level, which is inedibility. Not even the bro-est bro would attempt this one. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/show-us-your-food-porn-andrew-scrivani/">Show Us Your Food Porn: Andrew Scrivani</a></strong> <em>Not actual photo. See actual photo <a href="http://www.sbnation.com/2012/11/5/3601886/knicks-vs-sixers-food-cheesesteak">here</a>.</em>

  • Emperor Nero's Orgy Feast

    <strong>What's in it: </strong>We all know the Romans were creatures of excess, but one feast in particular — for Emperor Nero in 64 AD — is <a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/blow-out-historys-10-greatest-banquets-435763.html">especially famous</a>. It took place on a floating raft, and it's said that besides 50 other delicacies, guests dined on dormice (yes, rodents), sow's udders, a hare with wings attached to honor Pegasus, and a calf boiled whole then served wearing a helmet. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> Nero's feasts included orgies, and some of the courses (sow's udders) were sexual in nature. Also, there's something inherently badass about presenting your friends with a whole cow rocking a helmet. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/fast-food-underdogs-and-secret-menu-items-what-you-should-be-ordering/">Fast Food Underdogs And Secret Menu Items: What You Should Be Ordering</a></strong>

  • Poutine

    <strong>What's in it: </strong>For this beloved Quebecois dish, French fries are topped with squeaky cheese curds and salty brown gravy. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> What’s more appealing than the original relative of disco fries? Even Canadian fast-food restaurants serve up poutine. Plus, at poutine joints like <a href="http://labanquise.com/menu-poutine.php">La Banquise in Montreal</a>, you can get 25 different types—with OTT toppings like sausage or taco fillings—24 hours a day. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/drink/your-essential-guide-to-atlantas-best-craft-beer-bars/">Your Essential Guide To Atlanta's Best Craft Beer Bars</a></strong>

  • Southern Comfort Burger

    <strong>What's in it: </strong>In Atlanta, <a href="http://www.thenookatlanta.com/">The Nook's</a> Southern Comfort burger is stuffed with a wad of deep-fried bacon mac and cheese, then slathered with a peach and Southern Comfort sauce. <strong>Why it's so bro: </strong>Here, Southern Comfort takes on a double meaning with the fried mac and cheese, but we're okay with that. Because in the South, like in Bro Land, every meal is really two meals. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/drink/making-sense-of-the-watering-down-of-makers-mark/">Making Sense Of The Watering Down Of Maker's Mark</a></strong>

  • Four And Twenty Blackbirds Pie

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> In medieval times, "pies" were like plates or trenchers — not edible, just vehicles for food. For show, English cooks would place live birds in a large pie shell and lift the lid for the king, allowing the birds to fly away. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> It may have been turned into a nursery rhyme, but <a href="http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xry7jm_s1e2-heston-s-medieval-feast_lifestyle#.UR1IsVpes28">Heston Blumenthal</a> has attempted to recreate the spectacle of live birds placed into a pie before serving his guests their real entrees — pigeon pies. The type of bros who get really excited picking out their own lobster at a Chinese restaurant would go nuts for this. Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/cesare-casella-8-career-changing-dishes/">The 8 Dishes That Made My Career: Cesare Casella</a></strong>

  • Burger King Rodeo Burger

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> Although it's an irregular item only to be found on Value Menus, Burger King's 1998 creation still has a place in the hearts of bros everywhere—a cheeseburger topped with onion rings and barbecue sauce for $1. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> It was created as a short run in 1998 to coincide with Small Soldiers, and the passion of bros kept it alive (the fact that it's popular in New Zealand says everything). Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/10-things-i-learned-watching-pro-chefs-work-in-the-kitchen/">10 Things I Learned Watching Pro Chefs In The Kitchen</a></strong>

  • Grilled Cheese Burger

    <strong>What's in it:</strong> With all the mega-burgers on offer at <a href="http://www.oddfellowsburgerkitchen.com/">Oddfellow's Burger Kitchen</a> in Ames, IA, it's easy to misread this particular menu item at first glance. But this "cheeseburger" is actually TWO bacon cheeseburgers smashed between two grilled cheese sandwiches. <strong>Why it's so bro:</strong> Much like the Double Down, you're replacing the bread portion of a sandwich with something that would make a full meal on its own, which is a pretty bro thing to do. As they (literally) say at Oddfellow's, "Sometimes bigger is better.” Also See: <strong><a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/the-essential-nacho-taxonomy-a-visual-guide-to-common-nacho-styles/">The Essential Nacho Taxonomy: A Visual Guide To Common Nacho Styles</a></strong>

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    <a href="http://firstwefeast.com/eat/the-25-most-insane-dude-foods-of-all-time/s/quadruple-bypass-burger/">Check out the rest of the list over at First We Feast</a>.

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