If you live in Los Angeles, we may have just discovered the most amazing and insane donut shop on the planet. Your waistline it doomed.
The Glazed Donut Bistro in West Hollywood has taken donuts to the next level with things like a Fried Chicken Beignet, a Monte Cristo Donut, a Blackberry Mojito donut, and a delectable Sympathy For The Devil’s Food Cake donut.
Head after the break for more pictures and try not to drool on the keyboard.
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese has brought Vanilla Ice’s “Go Ninja Go” from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze back to promote their newest TMNT pasta shapes.
Ice is, apparently, a huge fan of the Turtles and loves himself some Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. He seems to be super jazzed to be doing this commercial.
As Chester Cheetah would say “It ain’t easy, bein’ cheesy”.
You can find the commercial and a couple of other Vanilla Ice Ninja inspirations after the break.
Beer bread is delicious and so are buffalo wings, so putting the two together has got to be good. Buffalovin’ Wing beer bread mix combines the two so all you have to do is add your favorite beer. Now, just imagine serving your buffalo beer bread with actual buffalo wings. Wait, don’t do that, you might cause some weird temporal rift that will destroy us all.
Tramp had it right when he shared that spaghetti noodle with Lady, and now you can reenact that most romantic of moments with this giant noodle. It measures one meter long and comes folded neatly in a cardboard tube. All you have to do is boil it and add your favorite sauce and you are on your way to a romantic evening for two.
See another picture after the break…
Pizza may be the perfect food. It’s filling, can have all of the major food groups, is economical and it’s easily eaten with one hand so there’s no need to wash dishes afterward.
However, some people have leftovers when they buy it. Personally, I am suspicious of such people, but they have more self control than I do, so good for them. Either way, they have leftovers and we just found a pretty simple way to enjoy them that’s superior to the microwave, quicker than an oven and results in a product that’s more portable then ever.
A waffle iron.
I seriously want to do this now. It looks really easy and fun.
The basic directions: Take your slice of left over pizza, add toppings if desired, fold, trim, and stick in the waffle iron for 2 – 3 minutes.
Check out all of the steps on Serious Eats.
Photos by: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt.
However, it might not be all about ripping you off as Redditor therocketlawnchair explains:
“A method by which the noodles are tightly packed so as to remain suspended in the middle of the container was invented and called “Middle Suspension.” By using this method, the noodles are less likely to break, and since there is a space at the bottom of the cup, hot water can circulate thoroughly from below, ensuring that the noodles soften evenly.”