Made by Nathasja Tepper.
(via Cake Central)
Big plans are a-brewin’.
The A&M Texas Traditions Club gathered 7,200 eggs, 22,304 pieces of candy and a load of volunteers to create the biggest gingerbread house ever made according to Guinness.
The goal was to raise money for the trauma program at St. Joseph hospital and, to date, they have raised over $150,000 from visitors.
I’m amazed people made it through without eating it. I hope that, once it’s all over, someone makes a world’s largest glass of milk and they get to nom a bit.
Check out an additional pic and video after the break.
Slater’s 50/50 seems to be on a mission to get everyone on the planet to crave their food. I mean, they make their burgers with 50% beef and 50% bacon (hence the name) and everyone loves bacon.
Now they’re making a Sriracha Burger or, as they call it, “the ultimate tribute to the most amazing condiment known to mankind.”
And boy, is it Sriracha-y.
It’s made with a Sriracha infused 50/50 patty, Sriracha glazed bacon, Sriracha coleslaw, Sriracha sautéed mushrooms, Sriracha mayo, and pepperjack cheese which is then drizzled with Sriracha and served on a Brioche bun.
Want one? Well, the Sriracha Burger debuts Monday, December 9th at all locations for $10.95.
What do you do when you’re a small company trying to get an invoice paid by a large company? Well, sometimes you have to send more than one invoice.
Or, in the case of MusicBrainz, the invoice may go unpaid for 3 years.
In this case, the company is looking for payment for their commercial musical metadata services. When you think about it, Amazon must access a lot of information of that nature, so it makes sense that they may have a bit of a bill. What doesn’t make sense is why it’s taken them this long to pay it.
So, MusicBrainz sent this cake to Amazon on the 3-year anniversary of the unpaid invoice and tweeted about it just in case someone decided to eat the invoice without paying it.
I wonder if Amazon will send edible payment…
(via The Consumerist)
If you’re a whiskey lover, then the word Bushmills means something to you. If you’re a music lover, than Grado likely rings a bell.
So when Elijah Wood and Zack Cowie collaborated with Grado to create these limited edition headphones and chose to use recycled white oak from barrels that used to hold Bushmills whiskey back in the Irish distillery…well, you know you’re getting something special.
These headphones have a vented back design, a custom brown leather headband, and a wooden outer box. From the looks of it, they’re definitely a collector’s item.
More pics after the break.
If you’re keeping tabs on the Sriracha battle going on between the factory and the residents of Irwindale, then you’ve likely been mourning because all signs point to the factory shutting down due to complaints of health issues from the fumes.
However, if this banner that went up outside the factory is any indication, it seems the owner isn’t planning to go quietly.
Stay tuned. We’ll report more as this story heats up.