Category Archive: Food

Jun 11 2014

Would Eat: Spam Filled Doughnuts

Unlike most Americans spam doesn’t frighten me. I don’t eat it often but when I do I’m rarely disappointed. For that reason I was happy to see these spam-filled doughnuts. Not only are they doughnuts filled with spam, they are also deep-fried. And that’s just great. John Clarkson, owner of Mister Eaters fish and chips …

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Jun 10 2014

Want: New Coca Cola Bottle Lids Give Old Bottles a New Life

Coca Cola has released a group of 16 different cap adapters to transform old empty bottles into something useful again. I have to say, I love it. It’s great when garbage that we all know isn’t going to be recycled is given new life. Here’s some of the new adapters: A paintbrush, pencil sharpener, bubble-blower, …

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Jun 04 2014

This Watermelon Bites Back: Beautiful Alligator Carved from Watermelon

  Who are these people and why do they get all the talent where it comes to fruit and vegetable carving? I can’t even carve a decent pumpkin without one of those stupid patterns that never turn out how I hope. I think it’s probably a patience thing. I don’t have the patience to wait …

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Jun 03 2014

Available in the Used Meat Department: Tauntaun Butcher Chart

When you’re stuck on the ice planet Hoth and you have to survive a frozen night outside of the base what do you do? Obviously you slice open your recently deceased tauntaun and climb inside. What about if you’re just craving a nice steak and the last of the space cows escaped from the corral? …

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Jun 02 2014

Thanks Science: Why Does Bacon Smell So Good

When is the last time you fried up some bacon. I hope none of you can answer that it’s been longer than a week because that would make me sad. That reminds me I need to buy more bacon, I fried up my last pound on Sunday. Crap bacon is expensive. One of the best …

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Jun 02 2014

Fail: PETA Claims Link Between Dairy Products and Autism

PETA is at it again. This time they’re claiming a connection between dairy products and autism. I wonder how long before the link between PETA and autism is discovered? I’m guessing it will be a while because it’s already an accepted truth. This is the most cynical, horrifying thing I’ve heard in ages. PETA has …

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May 29 2014

Missed it Again: Cooper Hill Cheese Chase

The annual Cooper Hill Cheese Chase just went down in Gloucestershire, England. Once again I didn’t get to go. And the whole world is worse off for me missing the party. You’ll recall that last year the local police tried to put a stop to the competition by bullying the cheese maker out of donating …

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May 28 2014

Want: Printed Pancake Breakfast

How cool would it be if you could pick the shape of your pancakes to be anything under the sun. All of my pancakes look like the sun itself. Kinda round and burning so hot you can’t touch them or even look directly at them. Miguel Valenzuela built this PancakeBot which can be programmed to …

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May 22 2014

Want: Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Ramen Noodle Bread

You’ll recall the several times ramen noodles have made an appearance on sandwiches lately, but I think this is my new favorite. It’s a ramen noodle grilled cheese. Thanks to Nick from Dude Foods we now have this wonder to add to the menu. First, he cooked a block of ramen noodles according to the …

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May 22 2014

Do Not Want: McDonald’s New Mascot will Eat your Soul

This is Happy, the newest McDonald’s mascot, and he is happy to see that you’re here. He’s also not impressed that you brought him a red-head as a sacrifice though. What good does a ginger do for a soul-hungry fast food mascot? According to the company, the character, which was originally introduced in France in …

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