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Tag: Food

Abeego is a Reusable Food Storage Fabric

Abeego is a Reusable Food Storage Fabric
You’re already gone green in most aspects of your life. But one thing most people have difficulty greening up is food storage, because what can you use to replace plastic cling wrap? It took a while to find an answer to that question, but now that we have, it’s time to spread the word about Abeego.

Caffeinated Baking Sugar Jacks Up Your Food a Notch

Caffeinated Baking Sugar Jacks Up Your Food a Notch
A whole host of food has been treated with the caffeinated effect, from popcorn and bacon to candy and gum. The newest one is baking sugar, which allows you to literally jack up the foodstuff that leaves your oven.
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EatWith Turns Homes into a Private Restaurants

EatWith Turns Homes into a Private Restaurants
When it comes to traveling, half the fun comes from meeting new people, trying out homegrown delicacies, and experiencing the locale’s culture. One thing you can try the next time you fly out is EatWith, which gives you all three of these in one neat experience.

Craving a Specific Dish? Dish.fm Will Tell You Where to Find the Best Version of It

Craving a Specific Dish? Dish.fm Will Tell You Where to Find the Best Version of It
Have you ever craved something so badly, that you Googled for the nearest restaurant that had that dish and ordered it – only to realize later on that it was the worst thing that you’ve ever tasted?

Skittles Sorting Machine 3 Sorts Other Types of Candy, Needs Its Name Sorted Out

Skittles Sorting Machine 3 Sorts Other Types of Candy, Needs Its Name Sorted Out
Last year we found out about Brian Egenriether’s pet project – a machine that automatically separates Skittles by color. It’s fun to watch it work, but ultimately it was a novelty invention because it went about its task at a leisurely pace.

EXP Levels up Gamers with Food and Drink

EXP Levels up Gamers with Food and Drink
You won’t get XP or have your HP restored, but you will walk away with a full stomach and hopefully a fun time if you dine and drink at EXP Restaurant + Bar. It’s a video game-themed restaurant and bar in Vancouver, Canada that has various gaming elements installed and plastered all over the place, from huge screens featuring game footage to game memorabilia hanging on the walls.

Video Game Gourmet T-Shirt: Edibles in Electronic Entertainment

Video Game Gourmet T-Shirt: Edibles in Electronic Entertainment
Video games are gleefully free from the shackles of realism, but in order to establish a rapport with us they sometimes borrow from our world. Take food for instance. Games use them as restorative items, as power ups, as lies.

Cell Cake: Dibs on the Nucleus

Cell Cake: Dibs on the Nucleus
deviantART contributor/artist/bakologist Nicole William not only has two first names for a name, she’s also great at baking. Here’s a fondant cake she made for one of her biology classes three years ago. It’s a cross-section of an animal cell, complete with labels of its parts.

Aperture Labs Cake Mix is Kinda Not a Lie

Aperture Labs Cake Mix is Kinda Not a Lie
Call Chell, she’s gonna love this! It’s a cake mix for making the chocolate cake that GLaDOS promised the hero of Portal as a prize. Is this Aperture Laboratories’ way of making amends to all its test subjects?

Now This is Food Art: Artist Hong Yi’s Delectable Masterpieces

Now This is Food Art: Artist Hong Yi’s Delectable Masterpieces
When a foodie happens to be an artist, you know what to expect next: food art. Personally, I find that nobody does it better than Hong Yi. She certainly found a creative way to create plated masterpieces that integrated the actual food items she used with the backgrounds that were also created using food.

Brains Never Tasted This Sweet: Zombie Brains Chocolate Treats

Brains Never Tasted This Sweet: Zombie Brains Chocolate Treats
When I think of zombies and brains, I remember that hilarious music video that you can watch after you play all the levels of Plants vs. Zombies. You know, the one that goes “There’s a zombie on your lawn…“ This time around, though, you can turn the tables on those zombies and eat their brains instead.

Eat Dirt: Full-Course Meals Made of Earth are Now on the Menu

Eat Dirt: Full-Course Meals Made of Earth are Now on the Menu
After all these years, who’d have thought that kids got it right all along? The part about wanting to eat dirt and mud pies, that is, because there’s a French restaurant called Ne Quittez Pas in Tokyo’s Gotanda district that is actually offering a dirt-filled full-course menu.

Chocolate Camera: the Way to a Photographer’s Heart

Chocolate Camera: the Way to a Photographer’s Heart
…and to the dentist’s office. Etsy seller Hans Chung has created the opposite of the camera that looks like a chocolate bar. I wonder which of the two is stranger. You be the judge. Behold! A life-size chocolate replica of the Canon D60, including a lens and battery grip.

3-in-1 Cutlery is the King of All Sporks, Knorks, and Spifes

3-in-1 Cutlery is the King of All Sporks, Knorks, and Spifes
Looking at the assortment of combination utensils in the market like sporks, knorks, and spifes – you’d think that they’d have thought of every possible combination there is. Each of the above combines two utensils, and I’m pretty sure you’ve used at least one of them a couple of times in your lifetime: spork is a spoon and fork in one; the knork is a knife and fork in one; and the spife is a spoon with a knife-like handle.

Roland TB-303 Sushi: Bass Fishin’

Roland TB-303 Sushi: Bass Fishin’
The Roland TB-303 bass sequencer is one of electronic music’s founding fathers, which had its heyday in the early 1980s, and later became the backbeat to just about every piece of house and rave music ever recorded, and is still popular with musicians today.

Ramen Spoon+Fork: How a Spork Should Be

Ramen Spoon+Fork: How a Spork Should Be
I think they had the right idea when they began making sporks and including these hybrid utensils in packs of instant noodles. However, they left a lot to be desired, especially since they didn’t really do a good job when it came to actually scooping up soup or noodles.
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