(PG-13: Language) “My mouth is seizing up. I’m having a tongue seizure.” Teddy Penderass talks about the ghosts in his house, using his fame when playing video games and more in one of the funniest episodes of Hot Ones yet. That ending showed Sean Evans’ crazy side.
Oreo teamed up with European chocolate maker Milka to create delightful new treats that combine the form of a chocolate bar with the creamy and crunchy character of the popular cookie treat. They’re going for a premium on Amazon, so check your local grocery store.
(PG-13: Language) Actually, this one’s more like Hot Ones vs. Action Bronson. The rapper, chef and host was fully baked and had no pretensions whatsoever. Watch Bam Bam talk about his favorite celebrity chefs, his glass pipe collection, his dream restaurant and more.
Ice cream sammies are pretty yummy all on their own, but Epicurious shows us how to make them just that much better by stacking them together into a decadent mint chocolate layer cake with them. We suppose you could substitute cherry, orange, or almond extract.
Designed by pastry queen Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin of Pies Are Awesome, these stencils make it easy for anyone to create awesomely geeky pies. Designs include C’thulhu, a fire-breathing dragon, a prancing unicorn, and a kittens with deadly weapons, among others.
Primitive Technology goes easy on himself for once and makes a shrimp trap. It has a funnel that lets shrimp in but not out. It doesn’t need bait and you can make multiple traps to get you more food. Or something to barter. Man, a complete PT village would be awesome.
An irresistible boy named Henry talks to some of the members of the Chicago Bulls about their favorite snacks and samples some of the treats as well. He’s being coached through an earpiece, but we don’t care. Bulls, you gotta let him talk to the other teams.
Ready for a mid-afternoon boost? You could run down to the Starbucks and wait for your espresso to cool off, or snack on one of these delicious candy chews at your desk. Each bite packs the caffeine boost of a 12oz. cup of coffee. The mocha ones are especially yummy.
Next time you’re hankering to fill your belly with deliciousness, look no further than this cake from L.A.’s Large Marge. Has layers of brown butter cinnamon cake, Mexican chocolate frosting, and topped with freshly fried churros. Serves 18 to 24. A smaller cake is also available.