This video from the Hydraulic Press Channel isn’t there to prove the strength of the press or the objects it faces. It’s more like those old David Letterman bits where he tossed stuff off of a 5-story tower, and purely there to make as big of a mess as possible.
Fans of donuts and candy will be thrilled to hear that Krispy Kreme has teamed up with Jelly Belly to create a new range of jelly beans that taste like their donuts. However, we don’t recommend warming these ones up in the microwave or dunking them in your coffee.
We can’t believe it’s not butter! Unlike the guys at your state fair, chef Devwrat Anand Jategaonkar and his team used margarine as their clay. Their record-breaking sculpture of the Trimurti of Elephanta weighed over 3300 lb and measured more than 8 feet wide by 6 feet high.
We love us a good plate of pasta with with meat sauce and homemade meatballs. The guys at HellthyJunkFood decided to create a unique variation on this classic dish by wrapping the spaghetti inside a giant ball of meat. We kept wanting it to read us an inspirational speech.
“I’m convinced that humans aren’t even meant to use their teeth to eat food. Why else would God have invented blenders?”JP Sears continues to spread the gospel of Ultra Spiritual Life. Here, he tries to school health food fanatic Robyn Openshaw in her own area of expertise.
A brief and silent look at a high speed Tomra Sentinel II optical sorting machine, as it watches thousands of tomatoes whiz by, knocking the rejects off the line so they can be turned into ketchup and other products. The slow-mo bit at 1:14 shows the bad tomatoes getting kicked out.
(PG-13: Language) “I don’t really listen to what I say.” The Mayor of Flavortown dials down his energy levels a couple of notches to have a very enjoyable chat over hot wings. And only hot wings. Watch him talk about his catchphrases, hanging out with rappers and more.
…but it’s gonna cost you. Japanese food chain Ichiran serves only tonkotsu ramen – noodles in thick pork broth. They let you customize it to your heart’s content, then serve it in private cubicles. Just you and your food. There’s one in Brooklyn, but again…
Andrew Rea tried three ways to recreate McDonald’s discontinued Szechuan sauce, which plays a pivotal role in Rick and Morty‘s season 3 premiere. There’s the semi-authentic way, the Xeropoint way and the McDonald’s way. Why can’t you just travel to 1998, Rick?!