When we think of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner — the requisite turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and creepy uncles comes to mind.
Guardian Food takes us back to the very first Thanksgiving meal in 1621, showing us that it was far from the meal that’s now synonymous with giving thanks.
Turkey probably wasn’t even on the menu, as wild turkeys may have been a bit too fast for the pilgrims to hunt. Ducks and geese, more the early-settler’s speed, were the go-to bird — while the absence of sugar at the time, would’ve made cranberry sauce impossible.
We have to imagine that pilgrims and native Americans had questionable relatives though. See… just like Thanksgiving.
Whether picking up a six-pack of Duff, or looking for something in an ‘after-dinner burrito,’ Homer Simpson usually finds what he’s looking for at the Kwik-E-Mart.
So, if you’re going to create a food statue of the Simpson’s patriarch, it should consist of the kinds of stuff you’d find at Apu’s convenience store.
Brought to us by Mandatory.com, the tribute to Homer is made from mini powdered doughnuts, marshmallows, vanilla meringues, black licorice, melted taffy, various forms of gummies, and cotton candy. Mmm… Statuey.
Created by McCann Vilnius, the sprayable wine is available in a Beaujolais. Treat yourself to a quick spray whenever you’d like, while the discreet packaging won’t make anyone the wiser. That is until your teeth turn purple from over-spraying.
Remember the excitement of opening up a new gift, quickly getting bored with said gift, then moving on to the infinitely more enjoyable bubble wrap packaging?
Now, as adults, we can feel nostalgic every time we drink, with Bubble Wrap Drinking Glasses. Created by artist Chris Taylor, the set of two glasses will unfortunately not pop for you. Hopefully they ship with the real stuff though.