Outrageous fast foods you can't eat in America
(Photo: Pizza Hut)
We may be the fattest nation in the world, but that doesn't mean we have the market cornered on fast food. Put down your French fries and brace yourself for some cold, greasy truth—our very own fast-food chains are cheating on us overseas!
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Cheese Burger Crown Crust Pizza,
Pizza Hut, Middle East
Did you think stuffed-crust pizza was the pinnacle of mankind's achievement in pie innovation? Clearly, you've never been invited to the "Crown Crust Carnival" that rages at Pizza Huts in the Middle East, where you can dine like royalty on a Cheese Burger Crown Crust Pizza: a pizza topped with beef, tomatoes, lettuce (keeping it healthy), and Pizza Hut's special sauce, with a ring of grilled mini cheeseburgers on top of the crust.
Gouda Shrimp-Cutlet Sandwich,
(Photo: Picasa/Food Science Japan)
Surf and turf is a beloved and traditional menu option in the United States, so why does KFC deny us this sandwich where the "surf" is shrimp and the "turf" is deep-fried cheese? You'll have to go all the way to Japan if you want to get your hands on the Colonel's secret weapon, the newest invention in the fast-food arms race: a Gouda Shrimp-Cutlet Sandwich, in which a hunk of cheese is stuffed with shrimp and then deep-fried.