Not sure if we’re watching too many zombie shows or just really excited for Halloween, but when we saw this gruesome two pound box filled with tasty gummy eyeballs, fingers and brains, we didn’t care – we had to have it.
YouTuber How to Make Everything spent half a year making a sandwich. Like really making one: he either grew or made the components from scratch or gathered them by hand. It was worth it. For us. Longer clips here.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to pull off Mark Rober’s silly party trick, in which he shows us how to remove the outer skin of a watermelon without damaging the insides. On second thought, it does take a rocket scientist.
The X-Pot is a cleverly designed collapsible pot. It has an aluminum base, a heat-resistant silicone body and a stainless steel ring at the rim. Its lid doubles as a strainer. Available in 1.4L, 2.8L and 4L sizes.
The next time you camp, don’t pack sandwiches. Make them on-site with Poler’s Sandwich Maker. This nifty tool lets you make grilled cheese sandwiches and more over an open fire. Want a cheaper alternative? Check out the Jaffle Iron.
Panasonic challenged us to cook something delicious in their FlashXpress Toaster Oven. We decided to make a schmancy rack of lamb, and the countertop infrared oven cooked it perfectly. Don’t dare try this in your microwave.
Carpenter Matthias Wandel decided that there’s no reason that cake needs to be eaten in wedges or rectangles, and created a special cutter that makes hexagonal slices of cake instead. We’d expect no less from the guy who built this.
If you looking for a lean protein snack to keep in your pantry, Golden Island’s Korean BBQ pork jerky is a great choice. Smoky, sweet and dappled with sesame seeds, it has a nice chew and is crazy delicious – kinda like Mr. Pibb and Red Vines.
One lucky Awesomer reader will win a fantastic one-year premium subscription to Japan Crate, valued at $330! Each monthly box is packed with wild, weird, and wonderful candies and snacks from Japan. (Contest ends 8/14/15)
The hero we need and deserve is this 10.1ft. ice cream cone. Made by Hennig-Olsen, the colossal snack weighs almost a ton, with a 242lb. waffle cone, 1080L of ice cream and 60L of chocolate. It was airlifted by a chopper to feed 10,800 people.
To celebrate National Hot Dog day, Oscar Mayer created a very special version of its iconic Wienermobile – a 43″ long R/C vehicle that can go off-road and delivers a payload of hot dogs to hungry recipients. When can we buy one?
Competitive eater Matt Stonie is half-man, one-and-a-half gallon. Watch him devour 12 pints of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream – each with a different flavor – in under 36 minutes. Skip to 2:40 for the feat. We’re assuming he’s not lactose intolerant.
(PG-13 Language) Last Week Tonight used clips from Just Eat It to dive into the US’ mind blowing food waste. Americans throw away the equivalent of 20 lb. of food per person per month, while tens of millions in their country go hungry.
You might think that a waffle iron was designed to make, uhm, Belgian waffles. But you’d be wrong. If the guys from ChefSteps are to be trusted, the waffle iron is the single most versatile (and messy) appliance in your kitchen.
Tasty spray marinades and sauces from Florence, South Carolina’s Red Bone Alley. Made from natural ingredients, the original and teriyaki marinades are sublime, but the spicy-sweet Hot-Yaki is our new sriracha – we use it on everything.
The miraculous non-stick coating is not a single substance but one that can be tailored to different liquids. For instance, it can be made of the same ingredients as condiments. LiquiGlide is now used by companies such as Elmer’s.
We know those pre-packaged bits of fish and rice on grocery and convenience store shelves are tempting, but the stuff shouldn’t be called sushi. BuzzFeed enlisted sushi chef Yoya Takahashi to taste these cheap eats, reinforcing our suspicions.
Photographer Davide Luciano and food stylist Claudia Ficca teamed up to create a series of images inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. The maze meticulously created from peas is great, but the sweet twin cupcakes are genius.
This heart-stoppingly tempting combo of fries, cheddar sauce, and fresh-cooked bacon is coming to Wendy’s restaurants for a limited time. They say it pairs well with their massive Baconator burger, but this looks like a meal in itself.
Astronauts are supplied a certain quantity of their food of choice to help keep their spirits up while at the International Space Station. ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti shows us how she makes her bonus food, a quinoa tortilla.
Mental Floss‘ John Green regales us with an ample helping of knowledge about many of the foods we eat, and the frequent misappropriation of nationalities that have nothing to do with where the food came from.
Inspired by the Girl Scouts’ almighty Samoa cookie, Aunt Ellie’s super-sized version is packed with toasted coconut, caramel, chocolate, rice krispies, and love. Choose from 6″ or 9″ cakes. Now make us a Thin Mint cake. Please.
These insanely realistic belgian chocolate sculptures look exactly like hand tools, but are completely edible. Just don’t leave them in your toolbox or they might melt. Who are we kidding? You’ll eat them long before you do that.
Design student Milan Miladinov made this intricate model of the Nike Air Max 90 out of chocolate. We’re not sure if it’s life-size, but even if it isn’t, the details make it worth a look. The laces even appear to go through the holes.