Jonathan Fallon

cheap sushi

Professional Sushi chef Yoya Takahashi from Los Angeles restaurant Hamasaku recently took some time to review inexpensive sushi from 7 Eleven, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Walgreens, and SushiStop. You probably already know where this is going, but the worst of the worst may surprise you.

Check it out after the jump.

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If fairs have taught us anything, it’s that pretty much anything can be fried, put on a stick and sold for an absorbent price. In that spirit, the folks at Peep My Eats created this deep fried Big Mac that was made by coating the burger with eggs, covering it with breadcrumbs, and dipping it in the deep fat fryer and impaling it on a stick for quick and easy food porn.

Check out a video of of this abomination being birthed into the world after the break…

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corner protectors

If you want to make your table corners kid friendly and simultaneously adorable, then check out these animal-shaped corner protectors. Applied with simple double sided tape, they will prevent the bruises and inevitable fits of swearing that come with banging any part of your body on a corner. They will also make it look like the surface is being consumed by a cat, bear and frog who bit off way more than they could chew.

Product Page: ($4.38 via BP)


Post is gearing up to celebrate summer by combining the flavors of rainbow sherbet ice cream with Pebbles cereal in a new offering that will be hitting select store shelves sometime soon – albeit for a limited time. So, if you end up loving them, know that they will disappear with the fall and wind up as one of those summer flings that ended too soon.

(via Brand Eating)

robot pop tart

While undergoing a functionality test that involved interacting with a dog, this NAO humanoid robot was K.O.ed by a Pop-Tart… with hilarious effect. It looks like a consultation with a toaster will be needed before it can tame the wild pastry. On the plus side, we now know how to suppress a robot uprising.

Watch the full video after the jump.

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This intense wedding cake is the work of Little Cherry Cake Company. It provides artistic and delicious references to at least 12 different movies, television shows, and video games.

Included are the happy couple’s R2-D2 Special Edition Star Wars Xbox 360 on the base flanked by Jaws and the red fish from Mario. Moving up we find The Walking Dead Cafeteria, Lara Croft, A “Welcome to Silent Hill” homage to the horror survival video game, Ludo from the movie Labyrinth, Bilbo’s Bag End, and finally the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones occupied by the Joker and Harley Quinn.

As you’ll see after the jump, the back of the cake is decorated as well, with references to Beetlejuice and American Horror Story.

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You may have thought that deep-fried butter was the pinnacle of outlandish fair food, but the powers that be at the San Diego County Fair have found something else to tempt you away from dollars: deep-fried Starbucks coffee.

The concoction reportedly consists of deep fried balls of dough stuffed with ground coffee, dusted with sugar, topped with whipped cream and served on a stick.

The fried coffee is available at the Bacon-A-Fair booth, although there’s no word yet on how it actually tastes.

(via Time)


If you aren’t familiar with Crystal Pepsi, it was part of the clear soda fad that came and went quickly the early 1990s. However, we are now learning that it may actually be poised for a comeback after competitive eater / Crystal Pepsi fan Kevin Strahle tweeted that he had received a letter from the company on Crystal Pepsi stationery that stated:

“We’ve had customers ask us to bring back their favorite products before, but never with your level of enthusiasm and humor… We definitely hear you and your followers and we think you’ll be happy with what’s in store… Stay tuned.”

AdAge confirmed with PepsiCo that the letter is genuine, but reps wouldn’t reveal any additional details other than “Crystal Pepsi fans are going to be happy with what we have planned”.

See Also: Coca-Cola Resurrects Surge On Amazon, Hysteria Ensues

Now we need to turn to Nabisco and start a campaign to bring back Giggles cookies.

(AdAge via Consumerist)


Etsy seller ElysiumWoodworks wants to help you learn about the cosmos while you’re choppin’ broccoli, and to that end have created this limited edition solar system cutting board emblazoned with planet names, distances from the sun, orbital periods and pictographic representation of moons. A few asteroid and kuiper belt objects have also been included, as well as a nod to Doctor Who with an optional migratory space whale near Pluto.

The board is available in maple or cherry, measures 12″x 8″x.75″ and is sealed with food grade mineral oil and beeswax. Check out some additional photos after the jump.

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Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti recently took some time to show Mexican food fans how to make a taco in zero gravity, scooping quinoa salad, mackerel, dried tomatoes, and leek cream into a tortilla that repeatedly tries to float away.

See Also: ISS Astronaut Takes A Magnificent Star Trek Selfie

Now you’ll know the important stuff should you ever join her on the International Space Station.

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