Sick of the language of a foul mouthed friend? Designate yourself as the Swear Santa and make a gift of these anti-swearing mints. We think they work best on curse words that rhyme with duck and sit. It’s a non-prescription miracle.
Japanese artist Shinri Tezuka carries on an ancient tradition of lollipop making, creating insanely detailed edible works of art using sugar syrup, food coloring and starch to replicate animals such as fish, frogs, snakes, and more.
John Rambo and Danny Trejo’s bbq sidekick. Slam Design’s spatula looks just like the brutal knife but is actually meant for flipping burgers. It also has built-in bottle openers. Buy it from Firebox and they’ll throw in a bandana.
Cedar and Stuart Anderson’s Flow system is a convenient and considerate way to harvest honey. Its 3D printed honeycomb frames let you drain the honey into a tap. You save yourself a lot of work and the bees are left unharmed.
Moshe Tamssot tested the limits of McDonald’s Create Your Taste, which lets you make burgers from scratch. He ordered the maximum amount of ingredients, resulting in an epic meal and the cash register thinking it’s in an Apple store.
Ben & Jerry’s parodies Apple’s iconic – and now ironic – 1984 Super Bowl ad to promote its new ice cream sandwich. The Brrr-ito is made of two scoops of ice cream topped with cookie crumbles and fudge and packed in a waffle wrap.
Who here among us knew that cinnamon is actually tree bark? In this short clip from our friends over at Foodie, we go inside Sumatra’s laborious process of scraping and harvesting the bark to make the tasty and versatile spice.
Chef “Jacques La Merde” decided to prove a point by taking off-the-shelf junk foods and preparing them to look like extravagant gourmet meals. The first dish is Dole Arugula, SPAM Torchon w/Fuzzy Peaches, White Cheese Balls and Nuts.
From David Gelb, the director behind the legendary documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, comes Chef’s Table. The Netflix series provides an intimate look at the lives of the world’s most renowned chefs. Premieres 4/26.
From the makers of the Kitchen Safe comes the kSafe, which helps curb bad habits in more ways. You can set it to open on a timer (up to 100 days), only on certain times, after you visit a certain location or after doing physical activity.
“So Much ‘Murica Now!” There’s really not a bad time for fatty, smoky, delicious bacon. Though the firing range wouldn’t be the first place we’d think of cooking a strip. That didn’t stop Dustin Ellermann from giving it a go on his M16’s muzzle.
(NSFW: Language) A stellar comedy cooking series. Kate McCartney is intolerant to a lot of edibles. Her friend Kate McLennan is trying to come up with safe food so she won’t have to live on booze alone. (Thanks Taylor!)
In 2007, 91-year-old Clara Cannucciari started a cooking show with the help of her grandson, where she’d share recipes and stories from the Great Depression. She also spun it off into a book and DVDs. Clara passed away in 2013.
When you think about it, onion rings really are vegetable donuts. Cookie Monster does his best to channel Philosoraptor in this amusing clip in which the furry blue cookie connoisseur ponders some deep thoughts about food.
My Cupcake Addiction shows us how to make a giant Twix-like chocolate bar. It takes just 30 min., involves no baking or cooking whatsoever and uses just three ingredients: shortbread biscuits, caramel chews and lots of milk chocolate.
Enjoy a complete four-course breakfast buffet featuring two strips of bacon, a glazed strawberry/coconut doughnut, and maple waffle-flavored suckers, thanks to the guys over at Vat19. Candy. It’s part of a nutritious breakfast!
Here in the States, breakfast usually consists of cereal, eggs, meats or pastries. But these kids learn that dining habits vary greatly around the world, as they partake of some very different takes on the most important meal of the day.
So if you’re like us, you only really like some flavors of Starburst fruit chews. Well thanks to the guys at CandyMafia, you can grab just about any flavor you like in bulk quantities. Note how the bestflavors seem to cost more money.
Industrial designer Jolene Carlier says, “most popcorn machines are very dull though the simple process of making popcorn is exciting.” So she conceived of Popcorn Monsoon, a hot air popcorn machine that’s both fun and functional.
FoodBeast shows us a way to make those chocolate creme-filled cookies just that much better, infusing them with a boozy pudding mixture. As an added bonus, you get to eat all the sugary filling you scrape out while making them.
YouTuber AAAjoken loves to feature Japanese toys, especially miniatures. Here he cooks tiny servings of breakfast made of quail eggs, sausages and milk tea using a realistic kitchen set from toymaker Konapun.
There aren’t many things better on this earth than chocolate and sugar. By mixing cane sugar with orange cacao, chili, cinnamon & allspice, chef Suzi Sheffield lets you add a delicious hint of sweet and spicy chocolate to any dish, sweet or savory.
The GoBites Duo is a spoon and fork set for travelers. It’s easy to clean, can be stacked on top of each other or connected end to end. Humangear will also release a one-piece combo spoon and fork and a three-piece set.
Momofuku founder and chef David Chang prepares a simple and affordable meal. The ramlet is an omelette prepared with the seasoning that comes with instant ramen, hence the name. What are we going to do with the noodles though?
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.
Alden Gleason shot this captivating video of the assembly line at Julie’s Organic Ice Cream. We dare you to watch the whole thing without running to your freezer to see if you have any ice cream bars. That chocolate bath looks so good.