This Settlers of Catan setup is perfect for a Super Bowl party. The big game is almost here, so why not spice things up a bit and enjoy the game with your other favorite game?
I wouldn’t try to play using these game boards though.
As far as I’m concerned, this side of a few breakfast items, the only thing at McDonald’s that isn’t gross and crappy tasting are the fries. I’d go so far as to say that McDonald’s has the best fries anywhere.
Fans of hot wings, Hooters, and video games have a new place to check out in Japan starting December 18. The location is a tie up between Namco and Hooters called Gaming Bar Side-B. It’s an interactive sports bar decorated to look like New York.
Japan has some very weird fascinations and products. A perfect example are these new potato chips. You aren’t really buying these bags of snacks for the chips themselves; you are buying these for the trading cards inside.
Take your nachos with you wherever you go with this edible hat. Just fill it up with salsa and wear it. If you get hungry, just start breaking pieces off and start eating.
Maybe you should just wear it at home, because I just had a scary thought.
I like cake as much as the next guy, and birthday cake is especially good. The thing is while I like dessert, I’d certainly rather have a good steak. This is where Japan got creative and has a new thing dubbed “meat cakes.”
One of the highlights of eating Chinese food is the fortune cookie at the end. The fortunes usually say stupid things and give you some lotto numbers or pronunciation for Chinese words on the back. In Japan, they do fortune cookies differently.
I’m not sure how exactly I have missed the black Whopper that Burger King is selling during Halloween so far. It’s probably because I am a Whataburger man and leave lesser burgers for the plebs. The black Whopper gets its black bun color in part from the A1 steak sauce flavor in the bun.
I like waffles, video games, and computers so this is a trifecta for me. Nexon is a company that makes video games and it has a computer museum in South Korea. At that museum is a café that serves up some very cool treats for visitors to snack on.
The closest I could come to spreadable bacon until today was a can of bacon-flavored squeeze cheese. That stuff is hard to find, so I usually have to fry up some real bacon if I have a hankering for salty, tasty pork.
Last time we spotted the elusive Sasquatch, he was hiding out on Etsy. Now, it seems that the creature has gone through some sort of shrinker ray and made his way into a bundt cake. Or maybe it’s a really big cake and he didn’t shrink at all.
KFC is slowly trying to replace all the snack foods we know and love with KFC-ified versions of those treats. We have seen the restaurant replace the bun with a pair of chicken breasts. More recently, a chicken breast became the bun for a hotdog with the Double Down Dog.
Burger King Japan is at it once more, with yet another strange burger variant we’re unlikely to ever see here in the States. The Aka Samurai Burger features a bright red bun, and a spicy flavor to go with it.
Because logic and food are not mutually exclusive. Designed by Thomas Both, this platter’s two-set shape is as natural for veggies and dip as it is for elementary math.
Somewhere out there someone is flipping out that the dip isn’t actually an intersection of the food sets.
I LOVE pizza. If I had to pick one food to eat for the rest of my life, it wouldn’t be cherry Pez, it would be pizza. Right now, I think the best pizza I have ever eaten comes from a local joint, and it is packed with everything.