Stefan A. Slater

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This Double Heat Changing Skull Mug changes quite a bit once you pour in some hot or warm water. If you add in warm water, the skull changes to red, and if you add in something hot, it changes to white. It’s kinda like the skin is melting off the bone.

Product Page: ($19.99)

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Want to learn how to make the perfect cheeseburger? Sean Brock–one of the hosts of PBS’s The Mind of a Chef cooking show and the executive chef at Husk, in Charleston, South Carolina–is here to show you the ropes. In the following video Sean uses some tasty ground meat, bacon and American cheese to make a truly mouthwatering cheeseburger.

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Look, maybe I’m a weirdo, but I like a sweet pizza. It looks like the folks at Aoki’s Pizza, a Japanese pizza chain that’s based in the country’s Tokai region, are pretty fond of sweet pizzas too. They recently debuted a new pizza that is actually covered with broken-up chocolate bars and pineapple.

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No, that’s not your standard Oreo. That’s a chocolate and stout sandwich cookie that was made by Redditor hensandchicas. Apparently, the recipe was adapted from this one, and switched things up by using “1 tbsp of molasses and the rest using stout to measure 1/3 cup”, using coarse sugar instead of granulated sugar and “winging” the filling with “1 cup softened unsalted butter, pinch of kosher salt, 1-2 cups powdered sugar, 2-3 tbsp stout until it tasted good.”

(via Reddit)

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Ok, so I’ve heard about beer or cocktail-flavored ice creams, but did you know that you can buy ice cream that features genuine booze as a main ingredient? The Ice Cream Bar offers pints that are made with actual alcohol, and some of their cocktail ice cream flavors include White Russian, Mojito Sorbet and more. They also offer a few different beer versions too using brews made by Goose Island and Terrapin. The beer ice creams feature an ABV of two to three percent, and the cocktail ice creams have an ABV of 8 percent.

The bad news? It looks like the ice cream is being offered at a few select locations in and around Georgia only.

(via Cool Material)

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It’s the age old question: pizza or burgers? We’ve already seen pizza bedding, but now you have options. It’s a great time to be alive.

The above hamburger bedding features a comfy quilt, and pillows that have a standard burger on one side, and on the other, a hamburger with sesame seed buns.

Product Page: (€60.00 or $74.63)

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Halloween might be over, but these Skull Ice Molds are awesome year round. The molds come with two separate pieces, and you can get a perfectly formed skull by following the procedure outlined on the product page:

To freeze: Fill bottom half of mold up to seam. Put top half of mold on (match rear tabs). When frozen, remove from freezer. WITHOUT removing the top, fill the rest of the way (but leave a little space) and put back in freezer. Because of the magic of water molecules (and how they expand when frozen), this method prevents it the mold from leaking.

To unmold: Remove the cap. With your fingers at the edges and your thumbs at the base of the mold, push your thumbs out while peeling the mold back with your fingers. You might be tempted to run water over the mold to loosen it, but resist that urge! Keep working it out, and you’ll get a perfect icy skull.

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…and I’m just talking about the picture. Nevermind actually trying one.

The mad culinary scientists over at Philadelphia’s PYT restaurant are at it again. Known for creating strange burger monstrosities (like the Fried Chicken and Beer Burger), they recently created a very different sort of edible experiment: the Bacon Mac & Cheese Donut. It’s a glazed doughnut that’s packed with bacon, macaroni and tons of cheese, with a little extra bacon sprinkled on top. I’m honestly very tempted right now to try and eat my computer screen.

(via Eater)

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Pizza made with Rice Krispie Treat crust? Sure, why not—there aren’t any rules when it comes to making food anymore. It was created by John Farrier for his ongoing food series over at Neatorama called, Don’t Eat That, John!

If you’d like to learn more about how this delicious dish was made, head on over to Neatorama.

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Avengers assemble! This tasty looking Avengers cake was whipped by With Love and Confection. The details, as you can see, are pretty astounding. I love Captain America’s shield and Thor’s helmet, and the bricks flying in the air–coupled with the Hulk’s massive green fist–are a nice touch.

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