Made in America is a series of iron skillets shaped like each of the lower 48 states. Brought to us by FeLion Studios, each state can be ordered separately, or all 48 as a whole — just in case you’d like an awesome art piece, or a different state-shaped omelette every day. Although, I’m not sure an egg would fit in Rhode Island.
Nothing says “America” like red, white and blue, superheroes, and novelty cakes. And they all came together for some lucky kid’s 4th birthday party, with the Captain America Cake. The blowing out of candles was then followed by the opening of presents, and a relentless stream of “U-S-A” chants from the parents.
Cakes Throughout U.S. History is brought to us by America’s Test Kitchen. The infographic/timeline starts with America’s humble beginnings of the Boston Creme Pie and Baked Alaska, hits a bit of a snag during the Jell-O-obsessed 1950s, and wraps up with the Smith Island Cake and its layers of awesomeness.
GOOD recently conducted a survey, asking which sandwich best represents your home state. And wouldn’t you know it, that when you ask someone who might actually know what they’re talking about, the results tend to be pretty accurate.
At least from what I can tell, with “Pork Roll and Cheese” representing New Jersey. Although in these parts it’s “Taylor Ham”, and there is an egg involved.
The people have spoken… Did they get it right?