The Sound of Frying in Other Languages


If you listen closely to food being fried, it sounds like “awesome” being repeated over and over. In English, we refer to this sound as “sizzle.” But what is the sound of frying referred to in other languages?

James Chapman has the answer, and has brought us The Sound of Frying in Other Languages. For example, in China, you could listen to bacon “zizi,” or an egg “tsss” in Estonia. Either way, awesomeness is still going on in that pan. Enjoy, World!

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Six-Layer Cereal Cake Is The Most Important Meal of The Day


If you’re still using a spoon and bowl to eat cereal, you’re doing it wrong. Food humorist Charles Phoenix is here to show you the way with the Six-Layer Milk Soaked Cereal Cake with Frosted Flakes Frosting.

The six layers include… Apple Jacks with Spice Cake, Trix with Blue Velvet Cake, Cinnamon Toast Crunch with Yellow Cake, Peanut Butter Crunch with Chocolate Cake, Froot Loops with Red Cake, and Cocoa Puffs with White Cake.

Recipe here, in case you’d like your own.



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The Batman Burger Is The Meal You Deserve


The Batman Burger is brought to us by McDonald’s Hong Kong. Part of a burger and fries series that will represent all the members of the Justice League, the Batman Burger includes two patties, a McMuffin-style fried egg, onions, and sauce.

Although I’m looking forward to seeing Superman and Wonder Woman, I’m a bit concerned of what a Green Lantern burger might look like.



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Stuffed Pizza Skulls Will Get The Halloween Party Started


Pizza rolls just got infinitely cooler and more Halloween-appropriate, with Stuffed Pizza Rolls. Brought to us by Beth from Hungry Happenings, the creepy pizza treats are made simply with a skull baking mold and standard pizza ingredients.

Stuff, bake, and impress your Halloween party guests. Especially if you include some pepperoni brains.





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The Millennium Falcon Pizza Has Got It Where It Counts, Kid


It may not look like much, but the Millennium Falcon Pizza has got it where it counts.

Brought to us by Redditor, VaultOfDaedalus, the sausage-stuffed-crust pizza was actually delivered this way, morphing into Han Solo’s vessel while in transit.

And remember, if a Millennium Falcon pizza isn’t delivered in 12 parsecs, it’s free.

[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]