This Vodka Is Made From Cow’s Milk

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Moooove over, flavored vodka, there’s a new ridiculous drink concept in town. Black Cow Vodka uses milk instead of grain to make the formerly Russian and respectable clear alcohol.

Using a process that separates the cow’s milk into curds and whey, the curds are then used for cheese and the whey fermented to make a beer. A special yeast converts the milk sugar into alcohol, then the milk beer is distilled and treated to a secret blending process. The vodka is then triple filtered and finished, before being hand bottled. But we still can’t explain Peanut Butter & Jelly Vodka.

[link, via PSFK]

When Jesus Shows Up In Food

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Jesus is omnipresent. At least that’s what we’re taught in Sunday school. And, if we’re to believe that Jesus is everywhere, then it only makes sense that he would occasionally make an appearance in our favorite foods.

Here are a few examples of Jesus showing up unexpectedly while people are simply trying to enjoy lunch. And remember, if you’d like to intentionally print Jesus on your food, we’ve got you covered.

Grilled Cheese

Frying Pan

Kit-Kat

Banana

Marmite

Fish Stick

Potato Chip

[intentional Jesus here, photos via Buzzfeed]

Eggs On A Stick Is Now Possible With The Rollie

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Because you need this… The Rollie Eggmaster is here to help make breakfast extra convenient and unnecessarily phallic. Using something called “Vertical Cooking Technology,” the Rollie makes eggs on a stick possible.

It will also make long slender horderves to help make your guests feel a little more uncomfortable. Find out more here.

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[link, via Gizmodo]

Behold The Sushi Cake

We’ve seen sushi presented in a few unfortunate ways. But as we all know — everything is better in cake form. Brought to us by Now I’m a Cook!, The Sushi Cake is layers of raw salmon, avocado, cucumber, and rice.

[link, via Neatorama]

Foie Gras Bubble Gum

If the bad economy is cutting into your foie gras consumption, or you live in one of those mean states that’s banned the practice — Foie Gras Bubble Gum is here to help. Brought to us by Archie McPhee, the gum is a convenient way to enjoy some fatty goose liver, while saving you a trip to that fancy restaurant of yours. And, as far as we know, they’ll ship the gumballs to California — win!

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