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Tag Archives: Food

One Scoop Is All You Need: Giant Ice Cream Scoop

Giant Ice Cream Scoop

One scoop is often never enough. But you probably won’t be asking for seconds if you’ve got this giant ice cream scooper. That’s because each scoop this doles out is equal to an entire pint! The scooper is made from fine brass and chrome, with the scooper itself being a 4-inch diameter bowl forged from high-quality stainless steel.

Heck, you’ll only need one scoop for the entire gang! But you can indulge in another scoop for yourself if you’re going through a particularly tough breakup…

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Instant Happiness: Chocolate Cake in a Can

Chocolate Cake In A Can

Life can get pretty rough sometimes, but there’s no problem that a caring friend, a warm hug, or a slice of chocolate cake can’t solve. But why have just one if you can have all three? Not everyone has baking skills, but most people should find pouring water into a can simple enough–and that’s exactly all anyone has to do to “bake” the Food Ministry’s Cake in a Can.

They’re available in a bunch of yummy flavors, from classic chocolate and coffee to red velvet and chili chocolate. Each can contains a cake mix that’s measured to make a single cake, simply by adding water. It doesn’t get any easier than this.

Cake in a Can is available online for £5 (about $9).

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Spring-based Nut Cracker Is Perfect For The Holidays

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It’s November, which means you’re thinking about Christmas. Ok, maybe you’re thinking about Thanksgiving too, but either way, there will be food and there will be nuts. Maybe. Do people even eat nuts during the Holidays? Whatever, we just needed a reason to talk about Naomi, the awesome spring-based nutcracker. Instead of grabbing the regular two-pronged cracker, or that awful wooden Nutcracker man your aunt gave you five years ago, you can play with this dome shaped spring that simply smashes into your nuts after you’ve pulled it up. It’s cool, it’s a fun design, and we wish we didn’t have to jump through hoops to get one. See, it’s a Japan-only thing at the moment, which means if you want it you have to pay like $70 on Amazon to own it, or wait until Red Dot Shop has it in stock for 20 Euros. Or wait until the cheap knockoffs start being made.

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Sriracha2Go Keychain Bottle

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Next to having to eat your meal without salt, eating it without Sriracha seems infinitely more tragic. That’s why we’re digging this tiny Sriracha2Go keychain bottle. It’s a refillable 1.25oz. plastic container made to hold just enough of your favourite flavour sauce to liven up any meal you come across. It’s small enough that you can just toss it in your pocket, tie your keys to it, or lose forever at the bottom of your purse. It’s $7 with free shipping across the US.

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Taco Bell’s New App Lets You Order Food, Skip The Line

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It’s lunchtime and your bowels are seriously hankering for a beating? No better way to go about it than to stuff your face with some tasty Taco Bell. But hey, that long line just to place an order? Ain’t nobody got time for that, so Taco Bell’s just released an new iOS and Android app that not only lets you place your order before you even reach the restaurant, but also customize each item to your liking and pay from your phone. The company won’t actually make the food until you reach your closest location in order to safeguard its “freshness”, but at least you won’t have to wait an hour while hungry patrons stare at the menu while making their minds up; there will be dedicated mobile pickup lines, separate from the regular lines. Interestingly, the app uses your location to determine when to prompt you to confirm you’re ready to have your food prepared. When you accept the prompt, the order is sent directly to the kitchen and your name will be called when it’s ready.

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Finger Food Plates: One Digit, One Bite At a Time

Finger Food Plates

Finger foods are awesome for tiding hungry guests over. Messy fingers? Not as awesome. The next time you have guests over, hand out these finger food plates with your bite-sized treats. They’ll add a bit of quirk to your functions and let your guests keep their fingers clean while they take in your spread.

The Finger Food plates are available online for $9.99.

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Philly Cream Cheese Releases Bacon Flavor

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We could wax poetic about bacon all day. Just look at our bacon tag to see how much we love the stuff. So don’t be surprised that we’re excited to find out that Philadelphia Cream Cheese has announced the release of a Bacon version of their cheesy spread! It’s stuffed with Oscar Meyer bacon bits It’s only available in a few select stores in the US right now, but will be expanding soon. Apparently it goes really well stuffed into a French Toast.

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Cucumbo Makes Cucumber Coils

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There are those who cook because they have to eat, and then there are those who do because it’s fun. If you’re in the second camp, maybe you’ll get a kick out of Cucumbo. It doesn’t really do anything other than to slice a cucumber in a coil pattern. Stick it in there, and twist. The end product looks kind of cool, and we suppose presentation is important. It’s a cheap and simple way to have a little fun in the kitchen. $13.

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Dining In Your Skivvies: Lapkins are Napkins for Your Lap

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Lapkins are for your lap, while napkis are for your naps…er, okay, so that’s not quite how it works for the latter. Both actually serve the same function, since lapkins are basically napkins with a quirky design. And by quirky, we mean images of underwear, so it’ll look like you’re dining with nothing but your skivvies on.

They’re sold in sets of 24 and feature three designs: a pair of men’s briefs, ladies’ undies, and a fig leaf for the daring. The Lapkins are available for $14.

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