Apologies in advance to anyone who’s gluten-intolerant and/or a cat person, but Pugloaf could be the greatest thing since forever.
Why yes, we did have some work done… Thanks for asking.
Greetings and welcome to Foodiggity 3.0. As Foodiggity approaches six years of existence, the ol’ site was showing some wear and tear. So, we went ahead and gave it a little nip/tuck in all the right places.
Firstly… A brandy-new logo. Two figs have been condensed to one, helping to reinforce the minimizing of the entire site. Our blog is now easier on the eyes and much easier to navigate, making your food culture consumption that much more pleasant.
We also got with the times, and made the entire site mobile-friendly for phone and tablet browsers. Go ahead and check us out on your feeble little screens… We dare ya.
The biggest change, and the one that I’m most excited about, is the new and improved Foodiggity Shop. It was finally time for our shop to stop living under its older sibling’s shadow, and strike out on its own.
The Foodiggity Shop now has its own new web address, FoodiggityShop.com, and a new shop platform. And, just like its blog brethren, the shop was made more mobile-friendly. So, the purchasing of novelty kitchen and home goods just got a little easier.
By all means, have a look around and let us know what you think… We’d love to hear from you. Enjoy our new blog and shop, and thanks for stopping by.
There are two kinds of people… Those who eat at Olive Garden, and Italians. However, the latter has the advantage of years of intensive tomato-based sauce and pasta training by an Italian grandma.
Buzzfeed, knowing that Italian grandmas have very particular palates and no inner monologue, sat a few of them down to try some of The Garden’s signature “dishes.”
The result is what you might expect. Except for one pair of grandmas, who seemed to enjoy everything. Although their accents are a little suspect. Please enjoy…
Coffee spills are gonna happen. So, why not make these unfortunate little accidents as adorable as possible?
Although Stefan’s first spill was an accident that he made the best of, we assume that the 300 Coffee Monsters that followed were done on purpose. Check out more below and over at Kuhnigk’s Instagram.
Photographer Emily Blincoe likes to arrange things neatly. Lucky for us, she also likes to take pictures, and documents her careful arrangements for all of us to enjoy.
There’s something very comforting about consistency in color and pattern — evidenced by a deconstructed bowl of Fruity Pebbles, a perfectly-segmented pizza, or consistent pickles. Nothing like consistent pickles.
See more below, and other neatly-arranged objects at Blincoe’s Instagram.