How could you even think of eating such a cute and huggable cookie? In the video below, Japanese YouTube channel ‘Hey! It’s Mosogourmet!’ shows us how to bake marshmallow cookies that look like Baymax, the lovable protagonist of Disney’s latest film Big Hero 6.
Have you ever been so hungry you thought you could eat a hippo? Well, now you literally can! Sandra Denneler of Handmade Charlotte came up with a recipe that lets you bake hippopotamus bread rolls that swim in any soup you cook up.
Hard times have fallen on the film roll ever since cameras went digital. In fact, they’ve found a different job just to keep afloat. They’re now salt and pepper shakers! Designed by Photojojo, salt and pepper shakers have been disguised as film cannisters, giving shutterbugs a chance to reminisce about the good ‘ol days of […]
Spoiler: it’s not much. The team over at Calorific, a calorie-counting mobile app, created these visual representations that can help our waistlines survive the holiday binge. The cheat sheet visualizes what 200 calories of Christmas foods look like. For instance, 200 calories will get you 5 slices of ham, 2 glasses of champagne, a plate […]
Be the star of your upcoming office Christmas party by bringing in these goodies. Food blogger Cheri Alberts, the same culinary genius who taught us how to make toasted marshmallow shot glasses, has come up with another delectable DIY recipe: peppermint shot glasses. In her blog ‘TheWateringMouth’, she details how to make the alcoholic treats. First, […]
Under normal light, this might seem like your ordinary, run-of-the-mill lollipop. But put it under the rays of ultraviolet (UV) light – granted you have a black light at home – then it suddenly reveals its true nature: a glow-in-the-dark lollipop! The recipe by Madrid-based site Verde Matcha includes sugar, tonic water, corn syrup, lemon […]
As if alcohol wasn’t a good enough reason to love shots, they just had to add in marshmallows! Food blogger Cheri Alberts of ‘The Watering Mouth’, teaches us how to make toasted marshmallow shot glasses.
Who knew taste bud heaven could fit on a keychain? ‘Sriracha2Go’ is a miniature, refillable bottle that fits on a keychain, letting you take your favorite hot sauce anywhere you go. Simply remove the cap and fill it with Sriracha. Your meals will never be lonely ever again. And at 1.25 ounces, it’ll even get […]
Thanks to graphic designer Kylie Mangles from design website Freshly Squeez’d, Ralph Wiggum from ‘The Simpsons’ is now a gruesome, half-dissected 3D cake.
As if meatloaf wasn’t disgusting enough! To get into the Halloween spirit, author and humorist Charles Phoenix decided to cook up something grotesque: a giant rat made out meatloaf.
No wonder zombies love eating brains, they taste just like candy! Spanish graphic designers Ruth & Sira Garcia created these skull-shaped chocolates with nuts and candy for brains in a culinary series they call ‘Chocolate Skulls Gone Nuts’.
The Switchboard Café inside the historic Manchester Unity building reportedly serves one of the best cups of coffee in Melbourne. Though there’s only problem: You have to find it first! Located in an old, run-down arcade lane, the café is quite literally a hole-in-the-wall. It makes use of the building’s storage cupboard, able to fit only the essential kitchen equipment and two baristas.
Typically during winter in Japan, families gather around a portable stove to cook food in a steamy pot of meat and veggies. They call this a ‘nabe’ (pronounced as na-bay). Last December, boredom got the best of Masanori Kono, so he decided to play with one of the ingredients: grated daikon radish. His first creation was a polar bear, sculpted entirely out of the radish and given seaweed eyes and nose.
We never knew that fire and brimstone could taste so sweet! Using fine-grained premium Japanese sugar called Wasanbon, artist Nobumasa Takahashi was able to make these skull-shaped black and white sugar cubes. How did he make black sugar? He used the ingredients that come naturally from bamboo charcoal. And yes, it’s just like normal sugar.
How many chips are actually in this bag? Is it just full of air? How much am I paying for each chip, really? These are some of life’s nagging snack mysteries. And thanks to Science and Dan Gentile over at Thrillist, they’ve finally been solved!