If you were expecting an interesting and informative video from National Geographic or the Animal Channel, then you’ve come to the wrong place. Set your expectations to “low,” and check out this short video, How Animals Eat Their Food, by Mister Epic Mann.
As we’ve covered previously, Nabisco is currently running a series of videos showing creative ways to separate an Oreo Cookie. But where there was once a lone engineer with no interest in preserving the white cream filling — we now have two Oreo-separating enthusiasts at odds over which part is better.
A bit more refined than David Neevel’s machine, ”toy scientists” Barry Kudrowitz and Bill Fienup bring us a contraption that swiftly removes the outer shell, while creating a unique delivery system of the cream filling.
George Duran of the Hungry Channel, in search of the ultimate cereal-inspired donut, recently hit the streets of NYC for some hard-hitting Froot Loops research. The result, with help from pastry chef Katie Rosenhouse, is the Froot Loops Donut.
If you’ve ever cooked in front of a television camera, and now have a schtick that’s run its course — then the next logical step is your own line of cookware. Epic Meal Time, the culinary equivalent of Jackass, has been grossing us out for some time now — becoming the most popular internet food show in the process.