Chocolate Chip Cookie Milk Shots


Line ‘em up… Chocolate Chip Cookie Milk Shots are brought to us by Dominique Ansel. And, if that name sounds familiar, it’s the same pastry chef behind the mile-long-line-forming Cronut.

The yummy shots are actual cookies — baked and shaped to help contain a shot of milk. They’re debuting at SXSW, because of course they are.

Although, there’s been no mention of the Cookie Shots making their way back to NYC to sell at Ansel’s bakery — there should be a line of hipsters forming  there shortly. Just in case.

[link, via Gizmodo]

Awesome Coffee Cup Art by Miguel Cardona Jr.


Here at Foodiggity, we loves us some coffee cup art. However, Miguel Cardona Jr. might have just created some of the best we’ve seen, by combining a few of our favorite things.

Cardona — with a focus on coffee, robots, aliens, and other pop culture imagery — has created a series of throw-away cups that are worth keeping. As a matter of fact, Cardona is selling some of the series, with profits being donated to Project Night Night.







[link, via TAXI]

The Obsessive Chef Cutting Board Is Here To Help


If you’re the type who obsesses over the accuracy of your batonnets, or you’re a culinary student whose chef instructor doesn’t tolerate uneven brunoises — The Obsessive Chef Cutting Board is here to help.

Part kitchen tool, part OCD-encourager, the cutting board includes guides for the most important cuts. And it should help impress your dinner guests with your knife skills, or to avoid getting yelled at in French.

Back in stock at The Foodiggity Shop.


Wonder Woman Apron


If you still can’t tell if your family actually enjoys the dinner you make — perhaps it’s time for a Wonder Woman Apron.

Brought to us by Etsy user Bambinoamore — the beautifully designed kitchen wear will either give you the empowerment to beat the truth out of the husband and kids… Or you can tie them up with your golden lariat, which always seems to work in the comics.

[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Behold The Cthurkey, An Octopus-Stuffed Turkey With Crab Legs


The food-stuffed-inside-another-food craze appeared to have reached its pinnacle with the Turducken and the Pumpple. That was before the culinary monstrosity that is the Cthurkey — a turkey stuffed with octopus.

Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu — the surf and turf was actually created a few years ago by Rusty Eulberg, a database administrator from Lubbock, Texas.

It wasn’t until the Cthurkey reared its ugly head again on Twitter, where it went viral, and started giving everyone awesome ideas for Christmas Dinner.


[link, via Gothamist]