Have fortune cookies lost their magic for you? Or are you just a Chinese food-loving pessimist? Then grab a box of Misfortune Cookies. They’re guaranteed to make you laugh. Then cry. They probably taste bad too.
This smart-alec set of durable placemats provides diagrams showing how to assemble four childhood favorites, including PB&J sammies, S’mores, banana splits and our favorite, “ants on a log.” Each measures 11″ x 17″. (Thanks Sam!)
Gourmands might enjoy a Try The World subscription; a beautiful box, resplendent in authentic cultural items, hard to procure gourmet products and other surprises from around the globe, is delivered to your door every 60 days.
Practice your switchblade skills with the Butterfly Knife Cutlery. Choose between a spoon or a fork with a balisong mechanism. Both pieces have a bottle opener built-in. A spork version would be even more awesome.
Replicate the classic oval shape of Twinkies with this special electric griddle. Its six non-stick molds crank out warm pastries in four to seven minutes. Includes recipes for classic, chocolate and red velvet Twinkies.
Looking forward to that bucket of sweets you’re forcing your kid brother and sister collect for you this Halloween? Why not find out some of the truths behind those sugary treats before you pop ’em all down your gullet.
While we’re not sure it deserves hooting, hollering and applause, we are definitely going to try this guy’s method for opening our next bag of snacks. Though it’s probably not a good idea if you have a big bag you want to reseal.
Being good in the kitchen is always a plus. So is being spontaneous. Put the two together with the Foodie Dice. With 186,000 combinations, you’re bound to come up with something new to cook even after a few re-rolls.
Sauces and condiments with unlikely and bold flavor profiles, ranging from marshmallow smoke ketchup to tobacco moonshine BBQ to rootbeer pickle hot relish. For those days when you’re looking to go off the board.
We like to think we’ve got the whole chopstick thing down to a science. And we pick up our sushi with our fingers. But for those of you who must eat à la Américain, these combo utensils should help you eat (and cheat) just fine.