Frankenstein-Shaped Pumpkins Will Beat Up Your Jack O’ Lantern


The days of carving eyes and a mouth into boring round pumpkins are over. Tony Dighera, of Cinagro Farms in California, has found a way to create Frankenpumpkins.

And these frankenpumpkins aren’t a grotesque mishmash of different gourd parts… they are your standard pumpkins, shaped into the head of Frankenstein’s monster by growing it in a mold. No carving necessary.




[link, via Incredible Things]

Bacon Mac and Cheese Lasagna Is Layers of Awesomeness


How do we improve upon the greatness that is lasagna? First, The Vulgar Chef gets involved. He then replaces flat pasta noodles with mac and cheese, and ordinary meat with the far superior bacon.

The result is Bacon Mac Lasagna… layers upon layers of culinary awesomeness, and copious amounts of the f-word. Check it out here.




The Egg-A-Matic Skull Mold Is Using Your Noggin


If you’re still digging into hard-boiled eggs that aren’t adorable little skulls, you’re doing it wrong. The Egg-A-Matic Skull Egg Mold will help add some creepiness to breakfast, while getting you into the Halloween spirit.

Simply hard-boil an egg, place it in the mold, and an adorable and delicious noggin is yours for the eating. Perfect for skull enthusiasts, or for any breakfasts leading up to October 31st.

Plastic, food-safe, smiley. Egg not included. Available now at The Foodiggity Shop.




Walking Dead Pancakes Aim For The Head


Since we recently featured Zombie Pancakes, Nathan of Saipancakes returns with the breakfast that’ll bash their brains in.

Walking Dead Pancakes represent our favorite protagonists from the show. Grab the syrup and enjoy a Rick flapjack, or tear into a Daryl.

Good call not including Lori or Andrea… they’d just ruin breakfast.

[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Artist Adds A New Dimension To Starbucks Cup Art


We’ve certainly seen our share of coffee cup art… especially artists taking liberties with the Starbucks mermaid.

South Korean artist Soo Min Kim takes the medium of disposable coffee cup art a step further, by compromising the cup itself, and having a little fun with the ubiquitous mermaid.





[link, via Neatorama]