Embrace The Bulge… Muffin Tops Cupcake Molds


Actual muffin tops are wonderful. But when the term ‘muffin top’ is used to refer to that bulge over your jeans, it’s unfortunate. Muffin Tops Cupcake Molds combine the literal with the figurative, with molds that create a midsection bulge of deliciousness.

Package includes 4 cupcake molds, silicone. Now available at The Foodiggity Shop.


The Amp Coffee Mug Goes To 11


Finally, the caffeine-addicted guitar player has a proper morning drinking vessel, with the Amp Coffee Mug. Designed to look like a vintage amplifier, you can crank up the sugar and cream and get the morning rockin’. The Amp Mug is available at The Foodiggity Shop.



How To Eat At A Hipster Restaurant



You’re looking for a nice meal out, and you’ve heard really good things about the new place down the street. However, upon sitting down, you quickly realize that nice restaurant is owned, operated and occupied by hipsters. But, it’s too late to escape… You’ve already checked your coat and they’ve brought you water.

So, settle in and try to enjoy your evening. Simply follow How To Eat At A Hipster Restaurant by artist Nathan Pyle — which should help navigate your pretentious and adverb-laden evening.

The series was to be part of the ebook, NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette, which you can check out more of here.










[link, via TAXI]

Make Any Food Appropriate For Your Super Bowl Party, Just Add Stitches


Have you ever noticed that most Super Bowl party food ideas are nothing more than stuff made to look like little footballs? Well, we’ll let you in on a little secret… Adding a few well-placed lines to any food, will help it fit in at a Super Bowl party.

So, don’t stress over making your Super Bowl party food as football-centric as possible. Serve whatever you want, just add football stitches. It’s simple… One long line, and then 3-4 perpendicular lines across.

Your Super Bowl party guests will feel festive, and appreciate your effort. Regardless of the actual lack of thought on your part. Enjoy the game.



It’s already oblong and brown. Add stitches, and you’ll have the footballiest of football foods. Never mind that it’s still a meatloaf.



If you need a go-to and inexpensive starch for the day, consider whipping up some rice. Already sort of football-shaped, you’ll need a steady hand, a magnifying glass, and the patience to do a few thousand sets of stitches.


WINGSHot wings

Sure, Buffalo wings are already synonymous with football and parties. Now, they can be even Superbowlyer with stitches. No need to cook… If you can pick up a phone and place an order, awesome football food is now just a few straight lines away.



A tray of lasagna is easy to make, and would be a perfect way to feed a few hungry football fans. Although, lasagna isn’t necessarily considered a football party food, a few well-placed stitches will solve all that.



Frozen Burritos

Running out of time to cook, or you’re just plain lazy? Grab a few frozen burritos and pop them in the microwave. There’s a good chance that your guests are already fans of burritos, and some stitching will help them forget that you didn’t really give this party much thought.



There’s usually no place for flaky French pastries at a Super Bowl party. However, if you head down to your grocery store’s bakery section, you could pick up a few croissants. Add some stitches, and your guests will forget that they’re now eating something they’d usually find at an Oscar party.



Everyone will love ramen as a football party meal… Especially if you have some broke co-eds coming over. Just draw some sriracha lines on your instant noodles, and guests will be slurping away in-between giggling at the commercials.

Happy Super Bowl, everybody. And, you’re welcome.


Draft Beer-Flavored Jelly Beans Exist


Jelly Belly, the kings of making jelly beans taste exactly like other stuff, has finally produced a flavor that us adults can get on board with. Draft Beer Jelly Bellies are here, and ready to give the candy eater a taste of ale, while getting your sugar buzz on.

And, for the beer snobs [read: hipsters] in the audience, the jellies do not mimic the flavor of a double simcoe IPA or a Belgian lambic — but rather a Hefeweizen-inspired ale.

Draft Beer Jelly Bellies will debut at Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco and ISM in Cologne, Germany. Sorry, the jelly beans are also 0.0% ABV.

[via Beer Pulse]