Jesus' Five Favorite Foods to Appear On
Here's a list of Jesus' favorite foods to appear on. This list, however, is pure speculation. An interview request sent to grilled-cheese Jesus was never even acknowledged.
The man who performed the miracle of loaves and fishes appeared on a fish stick in 2003. Fred Whan of eastern Ontario (that's Canada) noticed Jesus' face on a burnt fish stick. After keeping the fish stick in his freezer for years, he decided to try to sell it on eBay, but the auction website denied him. Although he wasn't able to make some cash on his holy fillet, Whan's discovery did inspire a short film that very few people have seen.
Taters are a popular destination for the Good Shepherd. He's showed his face on several variations of the starchy tuberous crop including a raw potato, a fried potato and a potato chip, although the face on that potato chip could pretty much be anyone. Saying you've got Jesus on your Lay's sour cream and onion chip gets a lot more attention then saying it's famous music producer Rick Rubin.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, even for Jesus. Type in "Jesus + Pancake" on your favorite search engine and you'll find a plethora of links to stories about someone claiming to find the face of the Holy One in their breakfast. Surprisingly, more than a few of these stories originate in Florida, like this one in Port St. Lucie. On your search, you'll also come across the "Jesus Pan," which proves that it doesn't take a miracle for the face of God to show up in your pancakes.
The one that started it all. Back in 1977, long before you could make a small fortune selling your miracle food on ebay, Jesus decided to pop up on a tortilla. Maria Rubio was making her husband breakfast when she found a thumbnail-sized image of Jesus on a tortilla. Visitors from all over came to the small town of Lake Arthur, New Mexico, to see the holy tortilla, which was kept in a shrine. According to RoadsideAmerica.com, the tortilla was severely damaged in 2005 when Ms. Rubio's granddaughter brought it to school for show and tell. While the original may have been broken by some brats in school, Jesus has shown up on quite a few other tortillas recently.
Jesus has called the toasty goodness of a grilled cheese home numerous times as well, not even counting last night's episode of Glee. He's possibly following in his mother's footsteps -- a grilled cheese that appeared to have an image of the Virgin Mary went for $28,000 on ebay. The multiple grilled cheese appearances have inspired someone to create GrilledCheeseJesus.com to be the Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John of holy sandwich cameos.