Gimme a break… of that evil goodness. Kill Kat — Milk Chocolate is the not-so-sweet candy bar that could possibly eat you first.
With the recent resurgence of vinyl records, it only makes sense that someone would etch some music into foods.
Herbert proved it in London recently, by becoming DJ Foodie Food*, playing and then serving his records.
Instructables member, , is enjoying vinyl’s triumphant and crackly return. They’re also into tortillas and laser etching, and have created what is thought to be the world’s first playable Tortilla Record.
Using an uncooked flour tortilla and Epilog Laser Cutter, this particular record is fully-functional and plays ‘The Mexican Hat Dance’… I think. Please watch this.
Do you have a finicky eater in the hizzouz? The Dinner DJ is here to get your little MC to eat.
The plate and utensil set comes with a melamine plate that looks like a record, a tone arm multi-utensil, adjustable knobs and a turntable placeholder.
Kids will be happy to sit at their new wheel of steel, while they scratch up some lunch… right after you explain to them what a record is.
Although most of your guests have probably never used vinyl, they can start by resting their drink on Record Coasters.
Made to look like vintage 45s, your coffee table will be protected, while you profess your love for the superior sound of vinyl. MP3s can’t do that.
Silicone, with mock record labels. Back in stock at The Foodiggity Shop.