Pizza Hut, continuing with their global plot to kill us all, has recently unleashed Kit Kat Pops in the Middle East. In case you’re wondering, the pops are Kit Kat candy bars wrapped in pizza dough, and covered in sugar. The video below may or may not help.
Archives for September 2012
Over the next few weeks, families will be heading to the nearest pumpkin patch, looking for the perfect large orange gourd to carve triangle eyes into. And somewhere, artist Shawn Feeney laughs. Using mostly root vegetables, gourds, and melons — which tend to have the best alternating textures and colors — Feeney gives these foods a personality, and creates incredibly lifelike and morbidly cute characters.
Of course, Feeney started to explore this talent with pumpkin carvings. Even using his mad skills to win the Food Network miniseries, Halloween Wars in 2011. Feeney also offers his services to teach fruit and vegetable carvings, and even takes on custom projects. Perhaps you can get him to help make your jack-o’-lanterns the coolest on the block.
It’s Halloween time — which means that everything we eat for the next month will probably be either pumpkin-flavored, or pumpkin-shaped. Pumpkin Pretzels by Butter With a Side of Bread are a creative way of making treats that look like everyone’s favorite Fall oblong.
They’re made simply by dunking pretzels into orange-colored chocolate. And, surely you could find a way to inject some pumpkin flavor into them too. Recipe here.
You are looking at the infamous New York City landmark, Katz’s Deli. But this isn’t your grandaddy’s Katz’s — it’s a miniature replica. Created by sculptor Alan Wolfson, it shows Katz’s in mind-blowing detail. And, take a good look — because unless you work there until after closing time, this is the only way you’ll get to see the deli not filled with hungry Lower-East-siders and tourists.
Do not adjust your computer monitors — the Premium Kuro Burger by Burger King Japan is supposed to look like that. The black bun, colored with bamboo charcoal, sandwiches the infamous BK flame-broiled patty with all the fixings. Those fixings also include black ketchup, colored with squid ink. The limited edition hamburger will be unleashed this Friday, 9/28.