You can have your Doritos and eat them too, apparently.
Chef Jaques La Merde is basically a culinary genius for taking the food you don’t want to admit you eat and turning it into beautiful works of art that are totally Instagram worthy.
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The Chef basically takes the rations you’d find in your college dorm and makes them masterpieces by reimagining the ingredients. It’s innovative, thoughtful and appetizing. Five out of five stars for you, Jaques La Merde.
I’m not going to lie, a Cheetos risotto sounds totally amazing. Right?
How about tater tots, pepperoni mayonnaise, ketchup caviar and pre-grated parmesan? Yeah, that totally sounds like something a drunken culinary arts student would make as a snack.
Actually, most of these dishes are the perfect mix of drunk food and art, but you probably wouldn’t be embarrassed to admit to your friends that you binged on these dishes.