With all of the panicked hoarding by Twinkie fans since Hostess announced the end of the line for the sugary snack, you may be wondering just how long that stash will last after the Twinkipocalypse.
Synesthesia is a condition some people have where their senses tend to influence each other. For example: the way food feels or looks can have an affect on the way it tastes. Designer Jinhyun Jeon wanted to see if there was a way to stimulate that process, so she developed this exploratory set of bizarre-looking cutlery.
This, my friends, is a piece of 3D-printed bacon that goes on forever. It has no beginning, no end, and only one side, so there's nowhere for the bacon-y flavor to hide. So why is it only "almost" the answer to everything? Just one simple, blasphemous reason: it's vegan.
From bagel bites to tapas, people everywhere enjoy eating miniaturized food. Just look at the picture above of a mini chicken pot pie, lasagna, grilled cheese, mac and cheese and my personal favorite, Thanksgiving leftovers. Look at how cute they are — I really want one…or 15 (and if you say you don't, I simply won't believe you).
As you have probably never suspected, there is a right way, and a wrong way, to go about eating Triceratops. Since Triceratops have been extinct for, oh, 65 million years (give or take), we haven't been able to do much in the way of culinary experimentin' on them. But Tyrannosaurus had millions of years, and we've now learned its secrets.
I burned my mouth drinking coffee twice while typing up this article, so, yeah, Dr. Jason McConville is pretty much a personal hero right now.
We've seen some fancy ways to improve the flavor of your morning brew, but few can compare to sending it through the digestive tract of an elephant for a little biological flavor enhancement.
While this video of two guys furiously shaking and then opening cans of beer won't revolutionize your carbonated beverage drinking habits, you will get to watch two guys furiously shaking and then opening cans of beer. Now, that's fun for everyone. Happy Friday!
Fast food tastes good. That's why it's bad for you. Kids don't care about that, and (as of 2010) 18% of children between six and 19 are obese. It's probably no coincidence that researchers have found that these kids have logos "branded" into their brains, activating pleasure centers if they even see fast food.
Sorry, but this Lettuce Bot is not going to help you with your yard. It's a prototype robot designed to recognize and kill weeds in giant commercial farms, where weeding by hand isn't an efficient option and damaging pesticides are an imperfect solution.