Jonathan Fallon

Brandeis University biophysicist Daniel Perlman has channeled his knowledge into tackling one of the biggest problems in human history: the dripping wine bottle. [click to continue…]

This may look and function like a typical RC dump truck, but it is in fact an edible creation from Pandora Cake Shop of Hong Kong.

Additional details are virtually non-existent, but it has been reported that the entire truck is edible with the exception of the motor and frame. If you’re having trouble believing it, check out the video below and prepare to be amazed. [click to continue…]

Polish company Wealth Solutions and Swiss watchmaker Louis Moinet have found an new way to separate rich people from their money, and it involves adding a single drop of the world’s oldest whiskey to a $45,000 timepiece. [click to continue…]

If you love grilled cheese sandwiches and are willing to stretch the definition of the word “cake”, then this recipe is for you. [click to continue…]

The non-profit Brewer’s Association has has released its annual list of the top 50 craft breweries in the United States and, in the process, provided a handy definition for the term in order to separate true craft breweries from those associated with international conglomerates. Check out the infographic below (click to enlarge). [click to continue…]

A new Legoland will be opening in Nagoya, Japan next month, and with it will come a slew of LEGO-inspired foods that will be spread out across the park’s five restaurants and eight food stands. [click to continue…]

As part of a new merchandise store, Hidden Valley has introduced a “Ranch Out” fountain that will either baffle or delight – depending on your feelings about salad dressing. [click to continue…]

For their grand opening on March 2nd, Japanese bakery Usagi-za Lepus had the brilliant idea of offering loaves of bread shaped like a rabbit’s head. The “bunny bread” immediately went viral (naturally), which makes it virtually impossible to keep the product in stock. [click to continue…]

In order to help fund the restoration of Japan’s Kumamoto Castle in the wake of powerful earthquakes that shook the Kumamoto and Oita Prefectures in 2016, Sapporo is offering Black Label beer in special cans adorned with an image of the castle accented by cherry blossoms. It’s not often you can say that a beer can is beautiful. [click to continue…]

Japan has a tradition of carving intricate patterns into produce as a way of enhancing the presentation of a meal. An Instagram user known as Gaku has obviously mastered the art, known as “Mukimono”, demonstrating his skills on a stalk of broccoli, as well as a radishes, apples and bananas. [click to continue…]