Kit Kat Sandwiches Exist Because Japan

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The U.S. loves breaking off pieces of that Kit Kat bar. However, in Japan, Kit Kats are their own sub-culture.

They’ve even been trying to find new ways to enjoy the dual candy bars, evidenced by Kit Kat Sandwiches. The sweet treat is a standard chocolate Kit Kat with whipped cream and orange peel, sandwiched between a bun.

Break me off a piece of that.

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[via First We Feast]

The Sandwich CD Is A Delicious Way To Enjoy Music

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With CDs quickly becoming an antiquated medium — musicians need to come up with more creative ways to get their art out to the masses. Lucky for the hip-hop group, Junk Science, everyone likes sandwiches.

And The Hundred Dollar Sandwich is a fun way to get people to buy a physical CD. The compact disc set includes two discs that act as the bread. They house the sandwich filling, which are printed lyrics and liner notes, all packaged in a handy sandwich bag.

Just don’t leave it laying around at work, or someone will steal your lunch. Even if they don’t like hip-hop.

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[link, via The Awesomer]

The Alphabet Sandwich, A Sandwich Filled With Ingredients Starting With Each Letter

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If you don’t already know your ABCs, you can start learnin’ with the Alphabet Sandwich. Brought to us by DudeFoods.com, the very tall sandwich contains something representing each letter of the alphabet. That’s 26 layers for the layperson.

And, if you were wondering how Nick found anything to represent ‘X’, it’s something called xylocarp, aka coconut. Xylophones aren’t edible, last time we checked.

Here are the layers, and now you know your ABCs…

Avocado
Bacon
Cheese
Doritos
Egg
Fish sticks
Garlic bread
Ham
Italian sausage patty
Jalapeño peppers
Krispy Kreme doughnut
Lettuce
Macaroni and cheese
Noodles
Onion rings
Pepperoni
Quest blanco dip
Ramen noodles
Spinach
Turkey burger
Usingers bratwurst
Veal Parmesan
Waffle
Xylocarp (coconut)
Yams
Zucchini

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If Ordering A Sandwich Were Like Dealing With A Cable Company

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The news that Time Warner Cable and Comcast were merging has not set well with customers, or anyone else who doesn’t like decisions made for them.

However… What if other businesses worked like the cable company? After seeing this comic by Nathan Yaffe at College Humor, let’s just be glad that being force-fed will be limited to only what comes out of your TV.

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[link, via 22 Words]

How To Make A Ramen Roll Cheesesteak

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photo: Grub Street

Ramen has already been replacing buns, pizza crusts and taco shells. Now, the budget noodles will house your cheesesteak, or any other hoagie-like fare.

Brought to us by Grub Street, How To Make A Ramen Hoagie Roll shows us a simple technique and recipe for getting ramen into a large tubular form, which eventually makes for a nice crunchy bun. Let the Cheez Whiz flow.

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[Grub Street]