Does simply folding food in half make it a taco? If you’re Taco Bell, it does. And besides, the idea of a waffle with sausage, egg and maple syrup sounds good to us. Currently only in test markets, but you can always make your own.
A tribute to both Brooklyn and bagels, this 16mm film was shot back in 1979 and is both a cool bit of nostalgia and good for a chuckle as we listen to its passionate narrator. What else is there in life? Hot bagels that taste beautifully!
An affordable way to make your homemade burgers more special and unique. The Stuff-A-Burger lets you press a jumbo 3/4 or 1/2 lb. patty filled with the stuffing of your choice.
If carb-loading with pancakes, waffles or french toast wasn’t enough to get your day going, give yourself an extra jolt of energy with this all-natural maple-flavored syrup, packed with 84mg of caffeine per tablespoon.
Place the inner core of the 8oz. tumbler in the freezer for about 8 hours, then pour in your drink of choice and wait a few minutes. Since you don’t need to add ice, your slush or shake isn’t diluted.
French artist Jeremy Laffon creates spiraling towers and sculptures using the humble material of chewing gum, then documents their decline in video and photographs by applying heat to slump the structure.
60 Minutes’ Morley Safer takes a fascinating look inside the art, science and business of the flavorings found in virtually every processed food we eat. How about some delicious
strawberry beaver’s backside?
Say goodbye to the Egg McMuffin, and hello to homemade with this contraption from Hamilton Beach, which makes the perfect breakfast sammie using a fresh egg and ingredients of your choice.
Just in case the peppers in this sweet and spicy chili sauce don’t wake you up, DoubleKick hot sauce has an extra hidden punch – 12mg of caffeine for every teaspoon of sauce you drown your food in.