The Umewaka Restaurant in Anjo City, Japan serves the “Generous Roll”, a futomaki that weighs more than 13 lbs. and has a diameter of almost 8″. The cost? About $200. Itadakimasu!
Ok, so it’s just a cupcake. But there’s something just so right (and ever-so-slightly mind-bending) about this dessert that’s eating another dessert before your eyes. Plus, Cookie Monster.
Halloween is just around the corner, so you’re probably thinking about carving some pumpkins. But while Summer is still fresh in our minds, this watermelon seems much more refreshing.
Stillhouse’s Original Moonshine 80 proof corn whiskey is charcoal-filtered and distilled 4 times in a Prohibition-era copper pot still, the same process they used in the good old days. Tastes great, too.
These red and white striped hard candies look just like the ones that Grandma used to put in her fancy candy dish for the holidays, but they’re not minty; these confections have a mighty bacon flavor.
(NSFW: Language) Bacon wrap it ’cause it’s gangsta: what do you get when you cross CorridorDigital, FreddieW and Epic Meal Time? A pile of burgers, obviously. The fun begins at 5:30.
For those of us who are multitaskers and don’t have a lot of time to waste, Blue Q’s super sarcastic gum will keep a smile on your face and your breath fresh at the same time.
Vans’ famous shoes get themed with an equally famous food. It might not be easy find clothes that match with a cheeseburger colorway though. Unfortunately these only come in kids’ sizes.
(NSFW: Language) Food Network’s Sandra Lee is 70% professional and 30% aggravated as she swears and gropes her way through a show taping in these outtakes from Semi-Homemade Cooking.
Stay neat when you eat anywhere you are with MYdrap’s limited-use cotton napkins and placemats in perforated roll form. They’re washable up to 6 times, and are recyclable and biodegradable.
This will surely be your favorite kitchen appliance. It mixes, shapes and cooks batches of 30 donuts, with the first one out in 90 seconds. Watch and drool as the donuts go from the slide to the bin.
You don’t need a microwave or sandwich grill to make delicious hot sandwiches. All you need is a plain ol’ toaster and Toastabags. They’re reusable up to 50 times and are dishwasher-friendly.
Awesome Gifts from the Awesomer Shop