One of my favorite things from the original Star Trek series was the Replicator. Just walk up to the machine, tell it what you want to eat, and voila, a piping hot, tasty meal is ready in almost no time.
I love mushrooms. We eat them on steak, in salads, in stir-fry, mushrooms are great. I am also a fan of the show How It’s Made and the last episode I watched showed how they grow and harvest mushrooms.
If you need something to be the centerpiece of your next Game of Thrones viewing party, this could help. This cake pan makes a cake that looks like a dragon coiled around three eggs.
I think this would be the most difficult cake to frost in the history of cakes.
I am a big fan of Japanese food, so long as I can identify what it’s made from and it’s cooked. The food can’t involve fish, or wasabi, or guts of any sort. Mostly I like Japanese steak and chicken with rice.
A couple of years ago, David Krippendorf and Ryan Tseng launched the Kitchen Safe, a food-safe container that lets you set a timer before it unlocks. Now they’re back with an improved version called the kSafe.
Normally I like to keep my sweet foods segregated from my salty foods. It’s one of my things. One of the few exceptions I make to this rule is dipping my breakfast sausage into syrup, that is some fine eatin’ right there.
I think most of us will agree that one of the best foods in the world is a big, hot, salty order of McDonald’s french fries. Those fries are about the only thing that McDonald’s serves that taste good.
Are people always stealing your cookies? Or maybe you are just eating too many and can’t control yourself. There must be a way to have cookies at home and still avoid these situations. Well, this time locking container will help.
We all know that Japan is a mecca for weird food. They eat all sorts of things over there that are very strange by American standards. If you ever wanted to get your hands on some of the strange snacks sold in Japan, but can’t find any here is your chance.
I happen to think that one of the best fast foods on the planet is a hot, crunchy, salty, box of fries from McDonald’s. I think many people would agree they have the best fries. McDonald’s fries should be sold in giant buckets like fried chicken, me thinks.
Japanese product design studio A.P. Works has an idea for a placemat that will make it seem like your food and dinnerware are warping spacetime itself, because the placemats’ lines curve right where the spoon, fork and plate should be.
We all know what a cheeseburger is; it’s a hamburger with cheese on the INSIDE. Burger King Japan is rolling to a couple new sandwiches, one a normal burger and the other with chicken inside that have cheese on the outside.
McDonalds Japan routinely rolls out some very weird food items that are only offered in that country. One such food item was that purple sweet potato shake offered a few months back. This time out, McDonald’s Japan has a Krabby Patty, and you don’t even have to go to Bikini Bottom to get it.
The CinniBird lets you spice up food literally and figuratively. The battery-powered pen lets you draw using spices and powdered substances such as cinnamon, paprika and cocoa. Just fill its removable container and start doodling.
According to its maker OLIARTS Studio, CinniBird is already a finished product, which makes me wonder why they bothered to setup a Kickstarter fundraiser.