Japan is a land of many weird things, and as such, its fast food creations tend to be dependably curious. The newest menu item at Japanese McDonald’s, for instance, involves french fries covered with multiple types of chocolate. They’re called “McChocolate Potatoes.”
What does the word ‘sushi’ mean to you? If your response is something along the lines of ‘food wrapped in rice and seaweed paper’, then you might appreciate Buzzfeed’s new “Can You Sushi It?” video, which highlights just how liberal that definition really is.
If you love Ben and Jerry's ice cream, but can never remember what the heck is in Gilly's Catastrophic Crunch or Spectacular Speculoos, go print out a copy of this infographic and tape it to your fridge right now.
A toasted English muffin stuffed with seasoned grass fed beef and pork sausage patty, whipped avocado cream, crispy chile ancho rubbed carnitas, purple cabbage slaw and smoky grilled pineapple butter. Get two sunny side up eggs on the side and some fries and you'll have the perfect brunch.
Parents of the world, you search for the perfect plush toy ends now. Because My First Bacon is the only lovable, huggable, talking pork byproduct your precious little cherub will ever need.
Everyone loves ice cream. But hardly anyone makes it—anyone without a fancy ice cream machine, that is. SeriousEats set out to make real-deal homemade ice cream without special gear and found an unlikely solution: the ice cube tray.
When I'm buying a nice cut of meat, I like to talk to my butcher and feel like I'm in touch with the source of my food. Either that or I just slip a fiver into a vending machine.
If you really like eating eggs, but you really like making toast, the BangBang is the device you've always dreamed of: a toaster-style, four-egg steamer, suitable for streamlining your morning routine or rigging your neighborhood egg toss. Delicious efficiency. [Yanko]