Jonathan Fallon

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Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury has raised the bar for latte artists everywhere by creating intricate foam leaf patterns with food dye.

The process involves steaming milk before infusing it with dye and pouring it into the cup. He then uses his skills to create colorful foamy art.

Check out some videos and photos of his caffeinated creations below.

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If you’re old enough to remember Dunkaroos, aka the kangaroo-shaped mini cookies dunked in icing, then your wait for their return may finally be over.

Josh Elkin has tackled the product in his series of Snack Back videos, and teaches us how to make the icing with cream cheese, unsalted butter, salt, vanilla extract, powdered sugar and rainbow sprinkles.

Does it stack up to what you had in the school lunches of your youth? Check out the recipe below and find out.

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The latest Franken-candy to emerge from The Food Surgeon’s operating room is a Milky Way bar with peanut implantation and a liquid chocolate exoskeletal cast.

Clearly this Milky Way has some form of body dysmorphia.

Watch the operation below.

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Fast food fanatics will no doubt be flocking to St. Joseph, Missouri to take advantage of an all-you-can-eat fries offer from a new McDonald’s that will open in July.

But this won’t be just any McDonald’s. This new location is being touted as the “McDonald’s of the future”—a 6,500 sq ft restaurant that will also offer new menu items, customizable burgers, a private play room and push-button table-side service.

Take a peek inside after the break…

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Geek store Cognitive Surplus has created a line of glassware for chemistry buffs that feature the molecular makeup of the beverages they’re designed hold. The line includes glasses suited to water, coffee, beer, wine and whiskey.

Besides being educational, the glasses are reportedly printed with eco-friendly ceramic ink for a raised rough texture. The ink also fires on at temperatures of up to 1,200°F and becomes part of the finish, so the image won’t peel, flake, or scratch.

Check out additional pics below.

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Pizza’s history of awesomeness has led to a multitude of different variations being created around the world. Food Republic compiled 40 such examples into an infographic that serves as a pizza bucket list for those who like to experiment with flavors.

Check out the entire graphic below.

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Police in Guangzhou, China recently moved in to apprehend a Ronald McDonald statue that was loitering in front of his fast food restaurant.

The statue was considered an obstruction and the restaurant reportedly ignored instructions to send Ronald packing, so the cops decided to haul him away. During the scuffle, his massive red shoes were left behind as a tragic reminder of what once was.

Truly a sad day for corporate mascots everywhere. Watch Ronald McDonald hit rock bottom in the video below.

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Cafe DALA 100%-CHOCOLATE in Busan, South Korea has taken food art to a whole new level with their giant chocolate dinosaur egg dessert.

The chocolate egg is positioned on top of a nest of shaved chocolate ice cream and contains a chocolate dinosaur sitting atop a chocolate ice cream yolk mound.

Chocolate, uh, finds a way.

Getting inside the egg can be accomplished via two methods: pouring warm chocolate syrup over it in order to melt the shell, or simply cracking it open with a silver mallet.

See how it’s done in the videos below.

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YouTuber “Reactions” has turned your morning cup of coffee into a chemistry lesson, describing the science behind the perfect cup.

As you’ll see in the video below, the journey follows the coffee bean from the tree, through the roasting process all the way to the cup. You’ll also learn why coffee smells so great and the secret to freshness. However, the video moves pretty fast, so you may want to drink a cup before watching so you’re fully alert.

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An ice cream shop in Kanazawa, Japan is presenting ice cream in a whole new way by decking it out with gold foil. Apparently, it’s not some imitation gold, but the real deal. It’s also said to be completely edible, so at some point you’ll be able to follow Will Ferrell in saying “I crapped gold”.

Check out the video below showing how a gold cone is created.

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