Finally, we get a little insight into the process, and it looks like a whole lot o’ fun. Just like we used to roll colorful bagels with our childhood Play-Doh sets. Of course, we ate those with no cream cheese. Gangsta!
Wow, the Empire must be falling on hard times, evidenced by the Homer Stormtrooper Cake.
Brought to us by Kylie Mangles of Letterpress Bakery, the cake shows everyone’s favorite nuclear safety inspector, trying to disguise himself as an Imperial soldier. See the process of making the cake in the video below.
Whether you believe in pre-historic monsters occupying Scottish lakes or not, there’s no denying the appeal of an adorable tea infuser. The Baby Nessie Tea Infuser will quiet even the most skeptic tea-drinkers.
The “Loch Ness Monster” will hold any of your finest loose teas, releasing the brew while it adorably peeks its head out of your mug. Available in Turquoise — let there be many Loch Ness Monster sightings at tea time.
Available for pre-order at The Foodiggity Shop.
Have you ever wondered how great a Reeses Peanut Butter Cup would be, if it was stuffed with Oreo creme instead? If so, you better have the hands of a surgeon.
The Food Surgeon is up to the task, performing a Reeses Peanut-Butter-Ectomy with Oreo Creme Transplant. Watch as the “doctor” first harvests our replacement creme filling then, very carefully, removes the Reeses’s peanut butter.
The creme is then transplanted into its new chocolate body. No mention if this process is covered by your current insurance. Please watch carefully.
It’s pizza night and it’s cold outside. But, how do we warm up while ingesting the necessary tomato puree and melted cheese?
Pizza Soup, brought to us by Geoff Kutnick of Foodbeast, has the answer. Starting with a tomato soup base, melted cheese and pepperoni on top complete the effect. Check out the ‘how to’ in the video below.