San Francisco has done the unthinkable. Not win the World Series. It’s effectively banned happy meals.
It might be time to take your holiday gingerbread domicile out of the 19th century. If so, check out Hometta’s inspiring cookie-fied Wedge House. It looks fantastic, and will immediately shut up any architecture snobs you’re expecting for Christmas dinner.
The Tostitos Scoop was a momentous moment in the history of dipping. But it has one glaring flaw: your thumb takes up half the scoop. Spoonachos, however, have a handle. Brilliant. My salsa to chip ratio just got WAY better.
Yes, donuts are meant to be deep-fried, but who cares about that little technicality when you can make six itty-bitty bite-sized donuts at once, right on the corner of your desk!
It’s 66cm long. It has a 13cm girth. It has a ribbed body, and weighs in at 1.3kg It’s the World’s Largest Gummy Worm, and I feel dirty watching this guy try to eat it.
Sally Davies bought a McDonald’s Happy Meal on April 26, 2010. She placed it on her coffee table, uncovered, and took photos every day for six months. This video shows the results, which are quite scary.
The twisting pink mass that looks like frozen yogurt infected with ectoplasm might look disgusting. It might be mechanically separated chicken, chicken nuggets in their primordial form. And it is perfectly okay to eat
I’m taking the last sip of home-brewed purple liquid. It’s sweet yet balanced, fizzy yet quenching, smooth yet these words look a bit blurry. It tastes like a dangerously well-mixed drink. And just 48 short hours ago, it was Welch’s
Hey America: You waste almost 40 percent of the food you produce. WTF? Sure, you can address that by making behavioral changes, but, uhm… boring! Fortunately, we can fix this. With gear.
America makes some of the world’s finest beers. And now those beers are getting the conveyance they deserve-cans.
Been under a rock? See what else happened this year in our Best of 2010 series.