Dunkin’ Donuts Shark Week Donut Is A Lifesaver


A wise man once said, “Live every week like it’s Shark Week.” So, we can only assume that this should apply to our donut consumption.

Luckily, Dunkin’ Donuts is in on the celebration with the Shark Bite Donut. Made to look like a life preserver, Dunkin’ is rolling out the life savers to celebrate the best of all weeks — encouraging people to “take a bite” and post a selfie in the act.

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Freeze and Squeeze Giant Ice Spheres With The Frozen Peas Ice Mold


Get the perfect giant ice spheres every time, with the Frozen Peas Ice Mold. Just fill up the giant pod, stick it in the freezer, and you’ll have frozen peas cooling your drink in no time.

The best part… Ice spheres melt 80% slower than old-fashioned ice cubes. And, your current ice trays probably aren’t giant pea pods.

Grab a Frozen Peas Ice Mold for your next party. If you have more than a few friends, get several ice molds, Mr. Popular.

New and available at The Foodiggity Shop.

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The Darth Vader Wood-Burning Stove Is Most Impressive


If you enjoy turning good food to the dark side, the Darth Vader Log Burner is for you. Brought to us by Instructables user doddieszoomer, the outdoor stove is made with an empty propane tank, black paint, and some sick welding skills.

What… you can’t weld? Nooooooooo!!!


[link, via technabob]

Spider-Man Strawberry Does Whatever A Strawberry Can


With strawberries-on-a-stick comes great responsibility. Spider-Man Strawberries are brought to us by Spain-based Little Cook, and are made simply by impaling a strawberry, and adding some chocolate lines and white chocolate eyes.


[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Deep-Fried Tarantula Is A Thing


We hate to bug you like this [sorry], but eating insects is gaining popularity. Perhaps it’s because everything is better when dipped in batter and fried, and the Deep-Fried Tarantula exists.

Brought to us by The Bug Chef, this eight-legged treat is only a small part of the argument in favor of dining on critters. This is because insects are high in nutrients and lower in the food additives and antibiotics found in our four-legged food sources.

The best part, is that insects are a food source that we could essentially never run out of, and is easy enough to find. Just go zap-up some dinner in the backyard.

[via Neatorama]