The Way We See the World has created edible drinking glasses from the seaweed extract agar-agar in unusually tasty flavor combinations, like lemon-basil, ginger-mint and rosemary-beet.
We can’t think of a more delightful meal than a pre-cooked cheeseburger, vacuum-sealed inside a pop-top can. We’re pretty sure it won’t look like the burger in the photo when you open the can.
If you ever wondered what it might be like if God of War’s Kratos decided to make a peanut-butter and jelly sandwich, this video is for you. It makes absolutely no sense, but still made us chuckle.
File this one under the “one-trick-pony” category. There’s something just so wrong it’s right about this ridiculous Japanese invention that’s perfect for cooling a watermelon, or maybe a head.
Geek Dad columnist Matt Blum set out to make a burger with a patty made only of bacon. 19 bacon slices, an egg, and some cutting, grinding and broiling later, the Bacon Burger was born.
The latest in the everything tastes better with bacon craze, Boca Java’s Maple Bacon Morning coffee smells just like a complete cooked breakfast, but with none of the messy pans.
Besting the paltry previous record of 185.8 pounds, Canadian chef Ted Reader created this insane 590 lb hamburger from 307 lbs of beef, 100 lbs of bread, 20 lbs of lettuce, and 150 lbs of condiments.
Another YouTuber offers double the unnecessary excitement and double the fat and calories in this, the latest Internet meme collision. The video is doublicious… all the way.
Go to McDonald’s at around 10:35 in the morning. Buy an Egg McMuffin and a McDouble, then take the bacon and egg from the McMuffin and put it on the McDouble. Boom! Super sandwich.
The Swedish Chef shows us exactly what happens when you leave the popcorn in the microwave for too long. And now we can’t get that awesome Popcorn song out of our heads.
Tires of the same old boring waffle shapes? The Lolly Waffle maker makes 4 golden, delicious freshly baked waffles on a stick in about a minute. Only costs a grand. You’re welcome. (Thanks Gus!)
Cured to perfection in graveyards, this zombie jerky has a sickly greenish-blue hue. It’s made in Japan, but might be a hit Russia as well – because in Russia, you eat zombies. Are we right or what?
We’re getting hungry just watching this short animated stop-motion flick by Brooklyn animator Lori Samsel. The entire animation was made from Japanese rice crackers. Crunchy and delicious!
Anti-Theft Lunch Bags have mold-like marks, protecting your food by making it unattractive to would-be pilferers. They’re sold out right now, but you can still place a reservation.