(PG-13: Language) Saturday Night Live star Jay Pharoah talks about hanging out with Michelle Obama, how normal Drake is outside of rapping, and pics from his Instagram account, all while doing impressions and eating hot wings on First We Feast.
Berco’s bestselling popcorn costs $6 for a bag. But 2 Chainz’s show isn’t called Most Bestsellingest Sh*t, so the Chicago-based shop brought its Billion Dollar Popcorn, which is coated with 23K gold and some expensive salt. It costs $5 for one kernel. Humanity is hopeless.
You’re gonna need a smaller serving. AviCeramics makes beautiful serving stoneware plates that use an open shark’s mouth for condiments. Use it to hold sushi, wings, veggies and more. AviCeramics also makes a matching stoneware spoon that looks like a diver’s dismembered leg.
We’re not sure if Cuddle Eat’s photorealistic 18″ x 18″ food pillows will help curb our cravings without actually eating, or if they’ll make us drool all over the couch while watching TV. Either way, they’re pretty nifty, and will look delicious sitting in your living room.
It’s been a while since we checked in with The Food Surgeon, but his practice seems to be going strong. In his latest video, he helps to ensure a grape Red Vine has proper flow so it can be used as a drinking straw. Also how can something purple be called a Red Vine?
Meat eaters rejoice! The Carnivore Club is here with a monthly package filled with delicious cured meats to fill your belly. Each box comes with 4 to 6 delicious edibles from around the world, from salumi to jerky, chorizo to biltong. Get 1 month and a $15 credit for 35% off.
(PG-13: Language) “What happened, your mozzarella sticks pilot didn’t get picked up?” Roastmaster Jeff Ross talks about putting on a show for inmates and trying to sleep in a hotel that was just shelled before roasting First We Feast’s show with a mic drop one-liner.
(PG-13: Language) “I’m not wiping the tears because it’s good TV.” Comedian Rob Corddry talks about having only a single camera for The Daily Show‘s field interviews, working as a security guard at the Met and more while surviving First We Feast’s brutal talk show.
(PG-13: Language) “It just made me think about my whole life. Why am I rapping?” Rapper and businessman Redman talks about being on Rock N’ Jock, being hit with a cattle prod while on acid, his number smoke buddy and more while enduring hot sauce with First We Feast.