You know what would be perfect for a Game of Thrones finale-watching feast? Cookies. I don’t think you’ll find an authentic Westeros recipe in the official cookbook, but you CAN use this GoT-inspired embossing rolling pin to add a little flair to your cookies, crackers, pies, cakes and more.
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Frustrated with his inability to make smoked BBQ in his cramped home, one clever Japanese man decided to create a system that directs smoke from his shichirin charcoal grill to the oven vent above his stove.
The apparatus was created using duct tape, a couple of shallow plastic buckets and some aluminum tubing, and has reportedly allowed for an authentic yakiniku dining experience without that pesky carbon monoxide poisoning.
The internet has showered the creator with compliments, although there are clearly some drawbacks like, you know, plastic around fire and whatnot. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
If you were unaware that a Pixar slow cooker came out back in February, then let me enlighten you. This wondrous product will imbue your stews with the magic of Pixar thanks to characters from such films as Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Wall-E.
Product Pages: Pixar Slow Cooker ($39.92) / Pixar Slow Cooker-Amazon ($35)
There’s only one right way to make pancakes, and it involves this Deadpool spatula.
It also works great for flipping chimichangas. I even scratched my back with it one time and Deadpool still said “Mmm, Pancakes”. I’m pretty sure my back doesn’t taste like pancakes, so I don’t know what’s up with that. Maybe Deadpool thinks everything tastes like pancakes. Maybe he’s a liar. We’ll have to sauté some vegetables to find out for sure.
Deadpool Pancakes Spatula ($15.99)
Diehard burger fans are probably familiar with PornBurger: a slightly outrageous burger blog run by D.C. chef Mathew Ramsey. But for the uninitiated, PornBurger showcases sexy burgers that are so rich and tasty, your heart may actually explode.
If you can’t get enough of these crazy burgers, then you’ll be happy to hear that Ramsey has published a PornBurger cookbook. The book features 300 pages of sensual, puntastic recipes like the Bill U Murray Me? and the Spamela Anderson. Awwwww yeahhhhh.
Pornburger Cookbook: ($16.00)
The people who brought you the Official Game Of Thrones Cookbook are cooking up some of Azeroth’s best dishes in the new World of Warcraft Cookbook.
As someone who uses Ackis Recipe List to make sure she has all of the cooking recipes, I’m intrigued. I mean, certain recipes are pretty easy to recreate: Beer Basted Boar Ribs or Spice Bread, but I want to know how the heck you make Crunchy Spider Surprise!
Now that I’ve seen the recipe for Rylak Claws, I want to make them immediately.
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YouTuber “Tito4re” is giving the world a cookware casting lesson by creating an aluminum skillet using a cast iron example as a mold.
For those unfamiliar with the process, it involves (among other things) a wooden box, sand, more sand, pressure and molten metal. The video below documents the entire process, from creating the impression in compacted sand all the way to cooking an egg.
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The circle is now complete. When I left you, I was but the cheddar. Now I am the grater.
Star Wars Darth Vader Silicone Cheese Grater ($17.99)
Measure out one cup of glitter and one cup of sugar – mix with unicorn tears and pour the mix into the cupcake pan. Bake in the sun at the end of a rainbow.
But the icing is the best part…
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Technology has finally found a convenient way to quickly freeze water (and treats) in your fridge and it’s called “FreezTHAT!”
The tray employs a “unique triangular freezing design and internally sealed cooling gel. The cooling fluid stores up coldness from the freezer and rapidly releases it back into the tray, making fast-freeze possible.”
The 100% food-grade silicone tray can reportedly make ice cubes in a mere 10 minutes while also preventing odors from seeping into the final product. It is also said to be effective on fruits, herbs, and even hot drinks.
Check out the demo video below.
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