Moe Madness!


Hibbert: All right, where would you kids like to eat tonight?
Hibbert Child 1: The Spaghetti Laboratory!
Hibbert Child 2: Face Stuffers!
Hibbert Child 3: Professor P. J. Cornucopia’s Fantastic Foodmagorium and Great American Steakery!
Hibbert: Well, what about this place? Moe’s.
– Bart Sells His Soul

The Simpsons | Episode 4 - Season 7

Moe’s Tavern has been transformed numerous times over the years. It’s been a gay bar (Mo’s) a pet shop (the best damn pet shop in town!) and a snooty post modern club (M) among others. However, Uncle Moe’s Family Feedbag is easily my favorite iteration, just based on the décor alone! An alligator with sunglasses? Now I’ve seen everything.

Alligator With Sunglasses Screenshot

Of course, what kind of a Simpsons food blogger would I be if didn’t make the menu items that Uncie Moe features at his restaurant? That’s why I am excited to announce the start of Moe Madness!

The food from Uncle Moe’s Family Feedbag are competing against each other in an 8 menu item tournament! First, I’ll be blogging a recipe for each tournament contestant, next then they will be pitted against each other to decide which is the ultimate menu item to order from Uncle Moe’s Family Feedback! Contestants are:
  • Spaghetti and Moe-Balls
  • Moe’s Hobo Chicken Chili
  • Guilt Free Steak Fish Fillets
  • Fiestaritos
  • Amtrak Style Hot Dog
  • Ranchy Wingy-Things
  • Southwestern Pizza Fingers
  • Million Dollar Birthday Fries

Yes, I know I’m behind the “real” March Madness, but this took a little longer to organize than I anticipated. You don’t like it? Well, that’s too freaking bad!

Uncle Moe’s Family Feedbag Screenshot

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What in the hell are Fleshtaritos? That sounds like nightmare food.

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An intrepid reader pointed out that they are actually “Fiestaritos” which saves me from actually making Fleshtaritos – which, as you correctly point out, sounds like nightmare food.

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It would have been an interesting test of your blogging resolve to see what you would be willing to do to who to create authentic (I’m assuming they scream when you eat them) Fleshtaritos.

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Don’t worry, I will fully cover this process in an upcoming post about these monstrosities.