Bold Bakery Helps Deliver Crude Insults Via Baked Goods

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If you need to get your point across, and that point is mean-spirited and could be hurtful to others, there’s no better way to deliver your message than scrawled across a cake or cookie. Brought to us by artist, Sarah Brockett, Bold Bakery is a bakeshop concept that’ll do the talking for you.

Although this might appear to be the ultimate form of passive-aggressiveness, at least they’ll feel a bit better after slicing into their insult cake. Unless you decide to deliver the ‘whore’ surprise pie… that’ll sting for a while.

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This Chocolate Dress Is Delicious Couture

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When asked, “Who are you wearing?”… Wouldn’t it be great to answer, “Wonka, thanks for asking”?

Well, your chocolate couture dreams have come true, with news that a chocolate dress is now possible.

Presented at The Chocolate Show London, the dress was created by Downton Abbey costume designer, Caroline McCall, and required 132 pounds of chocolate to make.

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Animal Food, Artist Creates Animal Food Hybrids With Wonderfully Punny Names

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Brought to us by artist Sarah DeRemer, Animal Food turns a few already delicious animals into animal/food hybrids with wonderfully punny names.

Hippotato, Limon, and the Cardinato are just a few of the animal foods that we’d like to spot in the wild and in the supermarket.

And, not to put any pressure on the food scientists out there… But, how far away are we from making an actual orange chicken? Let’s get on this.

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Orange Chicken

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Frovacado

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Limon

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Cardinato

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Penguimelon

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Carrox

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Sea Cucumber

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Kiwi

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How To Pair Wine With Halloween Candy

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It’s late Halloween night, and the kids are done tricking and/or treating. But they’re asleep now, and it’s time to do what any good parent would do…. Start drinking and raid their candy stash.

Be prepared this Halloween with this handy chart, that’ll help pair a wine with all that candy. Did your kids get an abundance of Skittles? Then you’ll want a dry white wine at the ready. Kit Kats are versatile, in that they pair well with a sparkling wine or medium red.

Did the kids get a lot of candy corns? Then there’s no hope for you this evening, and you should get better neighbors.

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Will Letter For Lunch, Artist Creates Hand-Lettered Menus In Exchange For Meals

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We all work for food… however NYC-based artist Lauren Hom cuts out the unnecessary steps of getting handed a check, standing in line at the bank, and then exchanging money for goods.

Hom, creator of Will Letter For Lunch, offers her service as a graphic artist in exchange for meals. The concept is simple… Hom creates handwritten menus for restaurants in New York City, and her payment is whatever she writes on the board.

“Grilled Whole Fish” on the menu? Then you can expect Hom to be dining on said fish shortly. Considering how much a beautifully-lettered menu classes up a joint, this bartering system seems more than fair. Especially if Hom designs a few Happy Hour menus. See how it all works here.

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