Play With Your Food


The latest additions to Bandai’s character-shaped sweet line feature two Doraemon-inspired treats based on Japanese confections commonly eaten during tea ceremonies.

The treats cost about 280 yen (US$2.50) each and can be found at Aeon Super Centers and Max Valu, Daei, and Aeon stores around Japan (excluding Okinawa) starting this week.

Take a closer look below.

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death star breakfast

This delicious Death Star was destroyed by Allie Wojtaszek at the the Yellow Door Bistro during the Calgary Expo this past weekend. Fortunately, the Empire will never stop making Death Star waffles.

Girl Eat World


So many of us have dreamed of traveling the world and experiencing all of the culinary delights it has to offer. Clearly Instagram user Girl Eat World is living the sweet life.

Check out more of our favorite pics below.

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LEGO bricks come with a clear warning that they’re a choking hazard, but when they’re crafted into awesome replicas of delicious food and snacks, it almost seems worth the risk.

LEGO artist Tary has recreated some of the most famous snacks around the world in a series of brick sculptures with vibrant, awesome colors.

The artist’s most popular LEGO food creation is definitely the pizza slice, but there are many others. In fact, Tary’s take on shrimp tempura won first place in a recent LEGO building contest.

Check out more examples below.

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A place in Korea, apparently called “The Place”, is taking pizza eating to an extreme new level with this Korean Bomb Pizza.

The offering consists of a (weird looking) pizza concealed inside a dough bubble that is doused with oil and set ablaze. Afterward, the bubble is removed with scissors and the pizza is cut into slices.

If you’re having trouble getting a picture in your mind, you’re in luck, because there’s a video of the process below.

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bobs burgers art

I have to admit—I would watch the hell out of a live action episode of Bob’s Burgers with the voice cast portraying the characters. This art by Sam Gilbey gives us a taste of what that might look like.

If you want to check it out in person, the piece is currently on display at Gallery 1988.

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Vinnie’s Pizzeria in Brooklyn has actually created what many of us could only dream of: a pizza served inside a box made of pizza.

The box, which is made from Sicilian pizza and garlic bread, was the result of co-owner Sean Berthiaume getting “ticked off” when people ask for a box while eating in. Instead of creating needless waste, he decided to just create an edible box.

The new offering debuted as an off-menu item on April 27th at a cost $40 each. So far, Berthiaume has made them all himself, although he expects to have to train employees in the art as demand increases—which it most certainly will.

(Vinnie’s Pizzeria via Buzzfeed)


Periodic Videos has transformed the Jagerbomb from booze into a bomb by adding sodium and potassium into the mix.

The sodium provides a pop and bright colors when it is dropped into the Jager and Red Bull concoction, while potassium causes a violent reaction that actually shatters the beaker.

While this is just a basic description, the video below provides all the details… and the explosions.

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Meat lovers of the world, now’s your chance to wear a slab of meat or a burger in a way that’s actually practical.

The meat backpack is made of velour fabric and looks like a raw steak. If you’re more of a burger type, then this Steven Universe backpack is just for you.

Now I’m hungry.

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Those who partake in giant jawbreakers will tell you that conquering the candy is a time consuming process – that is unless you decide to melt it with a blowtorch.

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That’s exactly what YouTuber “Let’s Melt This” did, and the results are like watching Toht’s face melt off in Raiders.

Watch it below.

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