This pizza is the bomb. Seriously, it’s called the Bomb Pizza and it gets its name from the way it is cooked. In this Italian restaurant in Seoul, South Korea, they have invented an entirely new way to cook, serve, and eat pizza.
I love me a good hamburger, Whataburger FTMFW. I’m not that adventurous with my burgers though. I can go for a double patty, slap some bacon on it, cheese, and mustard (because mayo is the devil in my world.)
We have robotic bartenders, why not robotic cooks as well? Actually, Spyce Kitchen is not just a cook but an entire restaurant that works on its own, from measuring ingredients to washing its pots.
MIT mechanical and electrical engineering students Kale Rogers, Michael Farid, Braden Knight, and Luke Schlueter are the wizards behind the robo resto.
If you can believe it, I’ve never eaten a cannoli before. All I know about cannoli I learned watching The Godfather, which is to say leave the gun and take the sweets. From what I see here I am seriously missing out.
It’s no surprise to see strange foods and themed eateries turn up in Japan. The latest is a Sailor Moon-themed pop-up café that will be opening in Tokyo for a limited time. The Chibiusa Café will be open from April 16 through June 19, and among the items on the menu for fans of the series is this wacky hamburger.
In Fallout 4 it seems like I find boxes of Sugar Bombs cereal everywhere I go. It’s only slightly less prolific than bottles of Nuka Cola. I’ve often wondered what Nuka Cola tastes like, I assume it’s sort of like generic Coke (or maybe the sticky sweet “New Coke”).
Growing up, the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory rather creeped me out. The little Oompah Loompas did it. The thought that eating the wrong gum could swell you into a blueberry didn’t help either.
I used to get so excited growing up when we were going out to McDonalds. It was really all about the fries and the playground for me. Today going to McDonalds means that I’m broke and in need of a cheap hamburger to avoid eating that crappy turkey sandwich I packed for lunch.
Oh Japan, you never fail me with your oddness and yummy foods. This time out we have a handcrafted watch that hides lunch in its watch face. It might not have enough food to fill you up, but it is very cool and I want it.
I am notoriously late to most TV shows that others find entertaining. I waited until Breaking Bad had ended before I ever started watching. The upside is that I didn’t have to wait; I binged all the seasons over a month or so.
There are a number of tried and tested ways to make custom molds of pretty much any small object, but the creative duo of Eclectical Engineering reminds us that 3D scanning and printing technology is a viable alternative.
I really like pickles. Growing up my friends and I would snack on big bowls of them frequently, and I was even a bit of a pickle making master. My pickle seasoning process involved mostly sprinkling some of everything my dad had in the spice cabinet on the pickles and eating up.
I could never be a vegan or vegetarian, I like bacon and steak, and anything else meaty and tasty. I fully support vegans and their lifestyle, it just means more bacon for me. Even if it’s got no meat in it, this might be the most awesome shepherd’s pie I have ever seen.
Japan isn’t the only place where the populace is fascinated with Pokémon and weird food. Sure, some of the strangest of edibles hail from the land of the rising sun, but South Korea is no stranger to odd foods.