The Stanley Mountain Vacuum Food System lets you cook and carry food outdoors. It consists of a pot, a 20oz. jar, a small container for dry food and a spork. It keeps food warm for up to 13 hours or cold for up to 11 hours.
Your stomach’s probably bursting from your Thanksgiving feast, but leave some room for Mental Floss’ generous serving of trivia, from the ubiquity of corn to the average American’s above average turkey consumption.
A frying pan with a temperature sensor and Bluetooth connectivity. Its iOS and Pebble apps come with recipes and step-by-step instructions. You can also record your own recipes or just monitor the pan’s temperature through the apps.
A top heater, convection heater, microwave oven and cooking assistant. Its touchscreen and recipe store gives you step by step instructions. You can also let it set the time and temperature settings based on what you’re cooking.
A demonstration of how ultra-realistic food samples are made for display in Japanese restaurants. These fake pieces are handmade using plastic and wax, and look good enough to eat. But don’t. That cabbage sample is insane.
(NSFW: Language) GQ’s series Most Expensivest S**t sees rapper 2 Chainz check out luxury items, such as a $295 burger, a $30,000 pair of headphones and a $2 million rust bucket, and evaluates how many chainz they’re worth.
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