Hamburger Bedding Is The Answer To Your Meat Dreams


Just in case you were already getting bored with dreaming of pepperoni with Pizza Bedding, you can now have a new dream menu.

Get ready to start your night with nothing but cheeseburgers with Hamburger Bedding. Brought to us by Emotional Rainbow, the bedding comes complete with one burger quilt cover and two burger pillow cases to rest your weary burger-loving head on. Meat dreams.

[link… thanks @hemisuppressed]

The Meat Towel Will Help Dry You Off


If you’re in need of a shower after a serious dose of meat sweats, you can stick with a theme and dry off with the Meat Towel.

The Niku Towel (meat towel) comes packaged in butcher paper for the full effect. Wrap one around you after your much-needed shower. Or, use them as your guest towels to annoy your vegetarian friends.

Made in Japan. Meaty.





Behold, The Beef Stroganoff Burger


With all the recent burgers that’ve said ‘no’ to the traditional bread bun, none have kicked it old school quite like the Beef Stroganoff Burger.

Brought to us by The Food In My Beard, the alternative bun is made possible with molded egg noodles. It’s finished off by topping the burger with the traditional Stroganoff onion/mushroom mixture. The ‘how to’ can be found here, so you can be stroganoffing in no time.






How To Make Your Own All-Black Burger


With all-black food becoming the rage — at least in a certain part of the world that tends to do stuff that’s cray-cray — a ‘how to do your own black burger’ was bound to happen.

Brought to us by Instructables member, spunk, the black-out burger is made possible with some medicinal charcoal. The instructions on how to make your own can be found here. Who’s crazy now, Japan?



What They Really Ate At The First Thanksgiving


When we think of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner — the requisite turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and creepy uncles comes to mind.

Guardian Food takes us back to the very first Thanksgiving meal in 1621, showing us that it was far from the meal that’s now synonymous with giving thanks.

Turkey probably wasn’t even on the menu, as wild turkeys may have been a bit too fast for the pilgrims to hunt. Ducks and geese, more the early-settler’s speed, were the go-to bird — while the absence of sugar at the time, would’ve made cranberry sauce impossible.

We have to imagine that pilgrims and native Americans had questionable relatives though. See… just like Thanksgiving.

[link, via Laughing Squid]