The Sausage Pillow Will Help Makes Naps Meatier


If you’re looking for a cool new pillow, and want to ensure that you’ll have dreams about meat, then the Sausage Pillow should be in bed with you.

Made to look like a tasty link, the pillow will add some much-needed flair to your existing meat decor, or perfect for resting on after a meat coma.


[link, via OhGizmo!]

Cute Little Sausage People Could Soon Be Taking Over Your Lunch


Whether you find these little sausage people cute or creepy is no matter… They are currently a hot food trend in Japan. And, if we’ve learned anything about food trends, is that they usually last forever, if not longer.

Officially called ‘so-se-jin’, a play on the Japanese words for ‘sausage’ (so-se-ji) and ‘people’ (jin) — they’re created with a few simple cuts, and when cooked, will form arms and the expression of your choice.

I, for one, welcome our new sausage overlords. And you should consider including them in lunch to instantly add some adorbz. Or, to freak out the kids.



[via Rocket News 24]

A Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog With A Sausage For A Bun, Y’all!


Proof once again that bread is over, The Vulgar Chef has created the Hot Dog in a Sausage Bun.

For an added bonus, the hot dog is wrapped in bacon. Take that, bread.


Famous Works of Art Recreated With Hot Dogs and Other Deli Meats


“The Scream” by Edvard Munch

Sausage In Art is a clever and very meaty project by photographer Karsten Wegener, designer Silke Baltruschat and food stylist Raik Holst. The series, which recreates famous works of art, does it using the medium of deli meats.

Whether it’s Koon’s “Balloon Dog” rendered in hot dog, or Hirst’s dot series replaced with rows of pork-based cold cuts — the series will give you a new appreciation of modern art. Just pass the mustard.

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Dots by Damien Hirst


“Balloon Dog” by Jeff Koons


“Sunflowers” by Vincent Van Gogh

[via Laughing Squid]

Volkswagen Sausage and Ketchup Exists

German automaker Volkswagen is apparently also in the sausage and condiment business. While Jettas and GTIs continue to roll down the assembly line at their main plant in Wolfsburg, Germany — the makers of the “people’s car” are also producing and packaging their very own currywurst and ketchup.

Although not available for the worldwide masses, the currywurst and ketchup are available at most German VW factories, and visitors to Autostadt.

[via Laughing Squid]