It’s not exactly the kind of exercise couch potatoes need, but this Popcorn Basketball Bowl lets hard core sports junkies get in a game of hoops in between gorging on butter and salt.
After a one-year absence, Chris Cardinal’s Threadcakes is back for 2009 with a new contest; you’ll have until August 3, 2009 to submit a 2D or 3D cake based on a Threadless tee.
Packed with quick-draw pockets for your tong, spatula and even a brewskie, the Grillslinger Sport is a belt for BBQ cowboys that conveniently puts all your tools at waist level.
Adding even more charred mammal flesh to those summer picnics, this Meatball Grill Basket satisfies a need we didn’t know we had, but now do–the drool on our keyboard says it all.
The Beanzawave brings us one buttprint closer to never leaving our cubicles again: it’s a USB-powered microwave that uses finely tuned cellphone radio frequencies to cook food.
V9 of ThinkGeek’s vaunted Mega Caffeine Candy Sampler is a grab bag of pick-me-ups, with names that sound like sound effects: Foosh Mints, Jolt Gum, and Chargers Espresso Beans.
With stomach-turning foods such as BBQ Worm Crisps, Scorpion Vodka and Oven-Baked Tarantula, Edible.com seems anything but; still, it’s the perfect shop for culinary adventurers.
This Pac-Man Sour Set combines two geek loves with pellet- and ghost-shaped sour candies; we particularly like the Pac-Man tin, which dispenses pellets like an 8-bit pharmacist.
We frankly want these PSP Sours simply for the PSP-shaped cool metal tin; they’ll come in blue screen (raspberry) or red screen (cherry) and can be preordered by the dozen for $32.
Essentially an ice cream maker on steroids, the NitroCream N2-G4 is hand-built and capable of making gelato, frozen yogurt and sorbet (in addition to ice cream); it uses liquid nitrogen.
Omaha Steaks is bucking the recession, bull rider style: for $10,000, they’ll fly out a chef and culinary staff to serve up to eight of your guests a five course meal fit for an cattle baron.
Baconnaise’s concept just seems so wrong that we can’t help but love it: it’s mayonnaise that is flavored to taste like bacon; the spread comes from the makers of Bacon Salt.
There can never be too many food websites. Open Source Food remixes progressive copyright attitudes with yummy in my tummy. True to form, recipes come with a Creative Commons license.
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