We’ve seen him in mosaic, and even as a Dr. Seuss character. Now, the manliest of Parks and Recreation managers gets his turn as a cake. Created for her husband’s 31th birthday, the Ron Swanson Cake is brought to us by Liz of Eat Cake Be Merry. Or, as we like to call her here at Foodiggity, “The coolest wife ever.”
The fictional Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavors keep on coming. This time, with its season premiere looming, we get Mad Men ice cream flavor Sterling Scooper — inspired by the show’s resident prick Roger Sterling. Starting with a base of vodka ice cream… Do I need to go on? Someone just make the vodka ice cream thing happen.
If you really like to compartmentalize your meals, and want to encourage in-front-of-the-television dining, the TV Dinner Style Metal Serving Tray is here. Available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth, the metal tray will have you enjoying meals 70s-style. And you can still eat the dessert first.
Imagine a time — before his mug appeared on greasy buckets worldwide — when the iconic Colonel Sanders was unrecognizable. Appearing on an episode of What’s My Line? in 1963, the ‘Head of the Southern Fried Chicken Company’ is questioned by the panel, until he’s forced to reveal his evil plan for worldwide fried chicken domination.
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Quickly becoming one of the greatest TV characters ever, it only makes sense that Ron Swanson of Parks and Recreation would finally get immortalized in cookie form. Brought to us by Whipped Bakeshop in Philadelphia, the shortbread cookies are appropriately available in 6-packs — including 2 Ron Swanson portraits, 2 Swanson quotes, and 2 steak cookies. Although the cookies are unfortunately vanilla-flavored — not bacon, steak, and bourbon.