A Five-Patty Cheeseburger Computer Mouse Because Japan

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Because Japan insists on outdoing everyone else, when it comes to fast food-related technology and crazy — fast food chain, Lotteria, has created a giant cheeseburger computer mouse.

The impressive, yet somewhat impractical, mouse stands five patties high. It was designed to celebrate the seventh anniversary of Lotteria’s line of “zeppin” (superior) line of burgers.

Although the cheeseburger mouse is one of a kind… one lucky winner on Twitter will receive the mouse and one wicked case of carpal tunnel syndrome.

[link, via Neatorama]

Oui, Oui, Poutine Doughnuts

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When the Vulgar Chef is in Montreal and he’s feeling inspired, stuff like Poutine Doughnuts happens.

The requisite fries are formed into the doughnut ring, then topped with brown gravy and cheese curds. Holy merde!

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Candy Cuisine, Deceptive Meals Made Out of Candy

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If you’re having candy for dinner — again — then you should at least try to make it look like a sensible meal. Artist Jessica Gaber does just that with Candy Cuisine — creating what appears to be savory meals that are made mostly out of candy.

If you’re craving some Rice Krispies Treats, Airheads, and fruit jellies — then Sugarshimi should be on your menu. Want to make tacos even sweeter? Gaber pulls it off with Mexicandy.

See more sugary meals below and at Gaber’s website and Instagram.

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The Cucumbo Will Help Create Spirals of Deliciousness

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When boring old slices of cucumbers and zucchini just won’t do, there’s the Cucumbo Spiral Slicer. Designed to look like a large colorful bolt, simply impale a tubular vegetable in the Cucumbo and twist.

The result… a continuous slice that will add a little something to your salad, or any other dishes that could use an edible slinky.

The Cucumbo is available in green at The Foodiggity Shop.

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These Giant Crocheted Food Hats Are Everything

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Because, who doesn’t want to be as warm and as stylish as possible this winter? Phil Ferguson, aka ChiliPhilly, does. So he’s created several crocheted hats, designed to look like he’s wearing giant food items on his head.

The hats are crocheted by Phil, without a pre-existing pattern. Although, the hats are one-ups and not available for sale, Phil admits that he hasn’t even worn one out in public. For one, he admits that he doesn’t want them to get ruined. Another reason, perhaps, is the general public not quite being ready for a giant pizza or hot dog-head walking around.

Check out a few of Phil’s food heads below, with more to be found at Instagram.

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