Hazel Chua

TARDIS Kitchen

Hannah Hart drunk? Check. Chris Hardwick not drunk? Check. Animated opening sequence? Check. TARDIS Time-y Wine-y box? Check. Didn’t get that last reference? Just hit the break to catch the special Doctor Who-themed episode of My Drunk Kitchen to get up to speed.

Given that it’s an episode to commemorate the return of Doctor Who, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what they’re making. (In case you’re stumped, it’s Fish Fingers and Custard, the Doctor’s favorite!)

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Sherlock and Watson Cookie Cutter

Celebrate your love of BBCs Sherlock (and it’s glorious return) with these awesome cookie cutters from WarpZone. Check out some completed cookie templates after the break.

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Bioshock Infinite Cocktail

“With POSSESSION, the free will of your enemies matters no more. Make your foes blindly fight and die for you.” -Fink Manufacturing advertisement

BioShock Infinite. You’ve played the game and obtained Possession to gain irresistible charm. Now it’s time you drank an equally enchanting cocktail inspired by this particular Vigor of the same name.

Concocted by James Dance of Loading as part of an official BioShock Infinite series of drinks, it will be served alongside others at Loading’s BioShock Infinite event that will be held in Soho on March 29th. Hit the break to check out the recipe and whip up a batch of your own.

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Meatloaf Donuts

There’s no reason why you should suspect that those round things with holes in them in the Dunkin’ Donuts box aren’t really donuts. Unless you live with a particularly cruel prankster or unless it’s April Fool’s day.

These are actually meatloaf donuts prepared by Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons, and they only got the ‘donut’ part of their name because of how they look. Trust me, these taste nothing like donuts. The frosting isn’t sugar, but mashed potatoes and cream cheese. The donut itself isn’t even made of dough; rather, it’s molded from onion and pepper meatloaf.

I’d avoid donuts next Monday if I were you.

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Cookie Monster Hummer

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Easter Egg Facehugger

Poor Easter bunny.

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10th Doctor Doctor Who Cookie Playset

The 10th Doctor is reincarnated once more–this time, in cookie form. He’ll be far from lonely in his edible state, since he’ll have TARDIS by his side and is joined by Donna, Rose, and Captain Jack in the dough dimension. Heck, you can even pair him with a Cyberman if you want to.

This 10th Doctor Doctor Who Cookie Playset was made by Nerdache Cakes. Hit the jump to check out a couple more images of Doctor Who and his entourage.

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Undead Zombie Cookie Cutter

I think everyone should follow this philosophy when it comes to zombies: eat them first, before they can eat you. Of course, I have yet to meet a real zombie, but you never know when you might come across one.

In the meantime, people are coming up with all sorts of edible creations and tools like these Undead Zombie Cookie Cutters that make this dead and deadly species more appetizing. Each set comes with three zombie cookie cutters that’ll cut through your dough to instantly give them that undead look.

Someone should bake a batch of brain-flavored cookies with this.

The Undead Zombie Cookie Cutters are available for pre-order now. They’ll ship out sometime in April this year.

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Chocolate Popcorn Chicken

The Chocolate Popcorn Chicken is a life-sized chunk of caramel chocolate that has been molded into a chicken. Don’t expect to find any golden eggs inside it though, because you’ll find that it’s stuffed with loads and loads of popcorn instead.

What better way to celebrate Easter than with this sweet, corny, and cocky-in-more-ways-than-one treat?

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Sloppy Joe and Cheddar Grilled Cheese

This is how every Sloppy Joe should be.

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