The ongoing debate… Ketchup or Ranch? Recently, a few costumed ruffians sponsored by Hidden Valley finally duked it out for condiment supremacy. During the citywide brawl, ketchup can’t seem to keep up with the speed and reach of the Ranch squeeze bottle, and eventually concedes the match. Then sriracha comes along and delivers a fatal karate kick to the throats of both condiments. I made that last part up, but that would’ve been awesome, and far more accurate a result.
Fries with ketchup, usually an exercise in savory goodness, now gets a sweet version. Cake Fries are brought to us by Instructables member lmnopeas, and consist of nothing more than some creatively-cut pound cake, and easy-to-make raspberry ketchup for your dipping pleasure. Instructions to make your own can be found here.
Stubborn ketchup that won’t release from the bottle. You could just bang it on the side — but that takes two hands and effort. No, we want our ketchup, we want it now, and we want gravity to make itself useful. Enter LiquiGlide.
Developed by actual mechanical engineers from MIT, LiquiGlide is a non-stick liquid coating, specifically designed to get condiments out of the bottle with ease. It could also become useful in preventing food waste, by getting every last drop out.
Happy Food is a new animated short by toy company Yum Yum London. I won’t give too much of the plot away, other than that you may find yourself yelling, “hit it on the side” at your computer screen. Enjoy.