Pancakes Bed with a Side of Bacon Rug

When your regular bed just isn’t fluffy and syrupy enough – The Pancakes, Butter and Syrup Quilt is the answer. And if you typically take your breakfast meat on the side, a bacon rug is included to remind you of meat candy every time that you step out of bed.

The Pancakes, Butter and Syrup Quilt was created by The Art of The Quilt, but is unfortunately sold out.

[via Incredible Things]

The First Ever Appearance of Cookie Monster

Before he was a speech-impeded cookie eater, Cookie Monster was an insatiable cheese snack stealer — with teeth. Known at the time as the “Wheel-Stealer,” Cookie first appeared in a 1966 unaired commercial for Wheels, Crowns and Flutes snacks.

Later versions of what eventual became Cookie Monster included an appearance in green on the Ed Sullivan show, then toothless and shilling for Munchos.

And check out Foodiggity’s 7 of The Best Food-Related Moments in Muppet History.

[via Laughing Squid]

Social Media Explained With Donuts

Are you still having trouble understanding some social media platforms? Well, it’s finally been explained using a language we can all understand — donut consumption. But I still don’t get Google+.

[via Squid Ink]

High Heel Cupcakes

High Heel Cupcakes are brought to us by Cupcakes Take The Cake. Part of a group of baked goods — which also includes couture purse cupcakes — our guess is that their actual intent is to make fans of Sex and The City’s heads explode.

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The LEGO Food Art of Bruce Lowell

Whether it’s a brilliantly-bricky donut, or immortalizing the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile, the LEGO works of Bruce Lowell need to be checked out. And renderings of actual foodstuffs is only a small part of what Lowell can do with LEGOs, as he’s also been known to construct the occasional KitchenAid Stand Mixer, and even a replica of a Pasadena In-N-Out Burger.

See a lot more of Lowell’s works of food, Star Wars, and other pop culture phenomena here.

[link, inspired by Colossal]