When is a sandwich, not a sandwich? When it’s a shoe, of course. I mean, I’ve heard the expressions “I’ll eat my hat” and “Eat my shorts,” but never “Eat my shoes.” Still, I’m quite impressed with the food artistry on display here.
Your mom always told you to stop playing with your food, but I’m here to encourage the exact opposite. You only live once, so why not have fun whenever the mood strikes? For instance, the next time you make a sandwich, go ahead and play some Tetris at the same time.
Kids like food shaped like stuff. I’m rather famous around my house for making pancakes that are shaped like butts. Everyone likes to eat food shaped like something. Enter the Cheesy Grin Bread Cutter.
It’s sort of like a cookie cutter, only it’s meant to cut your bread.
Why serve your sandwich on ordinary bread, when it can look like Darth Vader instead? Hey, I made an unintentional rhyme. Thanks to the guys at Japanese geek toy company Kotobukiya, we now have some fun Star Wars sandwich shapers!
You can cut your fresh bread with any knife, but only one knife cuts it into handy pockets that make your bread sandwich ready. The Sandwich Knife gives you a single piece that consists of two slices connected at the bottom.
I like sandwiches with crunchy and toasty bread. Take a nice grilled cheese for instance, it’s great when the bread is crispy and the cheese is hot, but wait a few minutes and you end up with a soggy coagulated mess of bread and cheese.
How many times have you skipped breakfast because you woke up later than you should have? If it’s a figure above zero, then I’d say that’s too many. You could start going to sleep earlier so you can wake up earlier, or you could just get the Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker instead.
These Space Invaders reusable sandwich bags are not only awesomely geeky, they are also environmentally friendly. It’s a great way to indoctrinate your kids into classic arcade stuff – and PB and J sandwiches just taste better in a classic arcade packaging anyway.
You know, there might be a day sometime in my life where robots performing mundane tasks will no longer be a novelty, and they’ll just be part of our everyday lives. But until that day, I’m still going to find things like robots popping popcorn and making sandwiches to be at least mildly amusing.
Apparently the military industrial complex has never heard of the Twinkie, so they have been looking into ways to make a soldiers food last forever. And now they have perfected a sandwich that lasts for two years.
We’ve seen the PR2 robot do all sorts of amazing and whimsical things over the years. This time, PR2 has been trained to do something we could all use from time-to-time – fetching sandwiches. There are certainly many times that I’m just too busy or lazy to get up from my desk, so it would be nice to have a robot go grab me some lunch.
With the CDC recently coming out with guidelines for your own zombie apocalypse survival kit, I think you all appreciate my writings on how to be prepared for the inevitable at this point. It’s easy to focus on critical things like not getting your ass eaten off by the undead and how to protect your collection of web porn post-apocalypse, but you also need to focus on other necessities.
I think the headline pretty much sums it up. I have no idea why anyone would either make or buy this thing, but it’s just too ridiculous to pass up.
The Chicken Burger USB Hub definitely wins the prize for the best and most descriptive product name of the week.
Look, you’ve got to eat. It’s just one of those things that’s pretty much unavoidable if you’re interested in staying alive. That does not, however, mean you have to restrict yourself to boring foods that don’t look like Pac-Man.
We’ve seen some pretty badass bento around here, but nothing quite like the Rubik’s Cubewich, a puzzling and meaty creation that’s almost too clever to be eaten. Almost.
Salami, kielbasa, cheese, bread–there’s all sorts of goodness in this cubewich!
I had no idea you could get custom phones to look like food products, but I’m here to tell you that you can, and they’re… um… unique.
It all started when I saw this phone that looked like a sandwich, or rather, that looked like a phone horribly smooshed into a sandwich.