Meat Ship, aka Meat House V2

Well, we decided to make another meat creation this weekend...

Welcome the Meat Ship:

Youtube timelapse

Click the photo for the photo gallery

MeatShip

Ingredients:
~20 sausages
~48 rashers of bacon
1.2kg of sausage meat
1kg of pork mince
10 franks
1kg of pastry (not 100% meat this time)
1 onion
1 mushroom
2 packets of chipolata sausages
various food colourings
sage

19 Comments to “Meat Ship, aka Meat House V2”

  1. Culinary masterpiece!

  2. [...] Recipe | Photo Gallery | Compliments to the Chef [...]

  3. [...] Found this via the Something Awful forums. These fellas, who were previously behind The Meat House (that I think BorK posted a while back), decided to build a ship made of meat. [...]

  4. [...] Remember those wacky guys who made a miniature log cabin out of meat? Well, they’ve done it again, this time using a variety of meat products to create a seaworthy vessel to sail the ocean. This time, they’ve helpfully posted a list of all the products they used to bring their ship to life, so we don’t have to wonder what it is. Sadly, this creation is not 100% meat, they were forced to use some pastry dough for structural support. However, the best part of all this is the time lapse video they posted on YouTube to accompany the photo gallery. [...]

  5. [...] Remember those wacky guys who made a miniature log cabin out of meat? Well, they’ve done it again, this time using a variety of meat products to create a seaworthy vessel to sail the ocean. This time, they’ve helpfully posted a list of all the products they used to bring their ship to life, so we don’t have to wonder what it is. Sadly, this creation is not 100% meat, they were forced to use some pastry dough for structural support. However, the best part of all this is the time lapse video they posted on YouTube to accompany the photo gallery. [...]

  6. Simon (Denmark) says:

    Beautiful!

  7. [...] The apparent psychos behind The Meat House have now produced The Meat Ship! [...]

  8. rob sama says:

    Using bacon strips as the sails is such a cop-out. Couldn’t you have procured and cut some wide slices of ham, turkey, or roast beef for that?

  9. [...] Remember those wacky guys who made a miniature log cabin out of meat? Well, they’ve done it again, this time using a variety of meat products to create a seaworthy vessel to sail the ocean. This time, they’ve helpfully posted a list of all the products they used to bring their ship to life, so we don’t have to wonder what it is. Sadly, this creation is not 100% meat, they were forced to use some pastry dough for structural support. However, the best part of all this is the time lapse video they posted on YouTube to accompany the photo gallery. [...]

  10. Janus says:

    This is why terrorists hate the US.

  11. Ashley says:

    All I can say is wow! I’m really impressed yet really grossed out at the same time.

  12. Danielle says:

    Congratulations on your creation. Amazing!

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  15. [...] this delicious looking vegan alternative to the Meatship, The Edible Mayflower. Inspired by the Meatship (a follow up the Meathouse), my flatmates and I created back in 2008, this vegan alternative looks [...]

  16. [...] fine folk at Something Awful have written an article as some form of tribute to the meatship alongside an old Seinfeld script apparently, anyway here’s a snippet: “his Lovecraftian [...]

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