Praise Cheesus, It’s The Grilled Cheesus Sandwich Press

No longer will you need to create fake images of deities on your food to sell on eBay. The Grilled Cheesus Sandwich Press will easily burn an image of Jesus on your lunch — although it might lower the minimum bid significantly.

The Grilled Cheesus is available at The Foodiggity Shop. Check one out… It’s what Baby Jesus would’ve wanted.


The Chemistry of Cookies


Put some cookie dough in the oven, set it to 350°F, and in 10-12 minutes, people will be losing their minds.

But as low-brow as stuffing your face with as many freshly-baked cookies may seem — there’s actually a lot of science involved in the process, as well as why cookies are nearly impossible to resist. Darn you, science!

Please watch this…


The Burt Reynolds Eclair… You’re Welcome, Ladies


It might be hard to believe if you weren’t a lonely housewife in the early-70s… But Burt Reynolds was once considered a sex symbol. So much so, that he once posed butt-nekkid on a bear skin rug, and the aforementioned women swooned. Now, the bear skin has been replaced with chocolate and cream, and the iconic image is now an eclair.

Brought to us by UK-based Lou Lou P’s Delights, the Burt Reynolds Eclair was created in honor of Movember UK… Which, not unlike the iconic photo that it’s helping to parody, is also all about hair. Soak it in, ladies.



The Last Meals of Famous People, Arranged By Calories and Fanciness


Have you ever wondered what some famous dead people had as their last meal? Well, lucky for you, someone was taking notes and provided your answers in a handy chart.

A Quick Bite Before They Headed Off, by Sarah Lazarovic at the National Post, not only documents the last thing a few celebs and historical figures ate last, but arranges the meals by caloric content and fanciness.

No surprise that Elvis is way up high to the left. Also nice to see that Cleopatra was a fan.

[link, via Neatorama and Nag on The Lake]