Captain America cake and cupcakes created by by Amanda Oakleaf Cakes.
Nick from DudeFoods created Deep Fried Spaghetti and Meatballs which are essentially meatballs that are stuffed with cheese and spaghetti noodles before being deep-fried to perfection.
I started off by cutting cubes of mozzarella cheese and then wrapping cooked spaghetti noodles around them. After that I packed some 90% lean ground beef around the spaghetti-wrapped cheese cubes and then cooked them in my oven for 30 minutes at 375°. Once my cooked meatballs were done cooling I dredged each one in flour, egg wash and Italian breadcrumbs before dropping them in my deep fryer. As a finishing touch I topped each deep fried meatball with marinara sauce and then sprinkled some Parmesan cheese on them.
The taste was described as “absolutely delicious”. Hit the jump for additional pics.
Next month Châteaux en Bordeaux’s Hausmann Famille will debut Coca-Cola flavored wine called “Rouge Sucette” (‘Red Lollipop’) across France. The new booze will be 9% ABV and will consist of 75% wine and 25% sugar, water, and soda flavoring. Apparently the move is part of an effort by France’s wine industry, who is struggling to capture a younger generation who is “more attracted to beer and spirits”.
Meanwhile, you could easily replicate this at home right now by pouring Coca-Cola into your wine. Better make it boxed wine as that seems more appropriate.
New York City’s Dominique Ansel Bakery debuted a new frozen s’more dessert on July 13 to commemorate the two month anniversary of another one of their creations, the Cronut.
Dominique Ansel’s new frozen s’mores, which remain nameless as of Friday morning, will consist of cold vanilla ice cream coated in a crispy chocolate wafer and a layer of fresh marshmallow. The dreamy confection is then speared with an applewood-smoked willow branch and torched to order, adding a crème brûlée-style crunch to the outermost layer.
For their latest ad, the folks at Johnnie Walker resurrected Bruce Lee in CGI form for their Blue Label brand. In the ad he delivers a philosophical message which is somehow interpreted as “buy our booze”. Of course, not everyone is happy about this considering the fact that Bruce Lee didn’t drink. Speaking with the South China Morning Post Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee’s daughter, claims that it is a “tribute” to her father. She went on to say that “I don’t think that it’s about selling booze”.
Hit the jump to check out the commercial and decide for yourself.
SuperHeroStuff is now offering this Batman pint glass emblazoned with wrap around artwork by noted comic book artist Jim Lee. Just don’t stick it in the dishwasher, otherwise you’ll end up with faded or tarnished remnants of what was once the caped crusader’s face.
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