Play With Your Food


Imagine a hot glue gun that’s filled with cheese. Actually, you don’t need to imagine it, because you’re looking at the real deal right now. Oh yes, you can get crafty with your cheese thanks to The Fondoodler.

  • BIND, BUILD, BITE – It’s hot cheese. Do with it whatever you please.
  • READY TO CHEESE IN 3-2-1 – Start doodling in less than 3 minutes out of the box.
  • CHEESE PROPULSION VALVE – A proprietary cheese propulsion valve allows complete control of cheese-flow with minimal tasty mess.
  • NO CHEESE LEFT BEHIND – All three parts exposed to cheese are removable & dishwasher safe.

“A proprietary cheese propulsion valve”. NASA needs to get a hold of this technology. Check out product videos below. [click to continue…]


London-based food blogger Annem Hobson has introduced a way to countdown the days to Christmas and cheese simultaneously with this cheese advent calendar.

See Also: The Whisky Advent Calendar

The calendar is a variation of the traditional advent calendars that reward people with chocolate every day of December until Christmas, but instead of containing candy, this one offers a different dairy product every day. See more below. [click to continue…]


Thanksgiving may be over, but you may want to double down on the turkey dinner for Christmas thanks to this Aliens-inspired Chestburster turkey recipe from Bloody Disgusting.

If your family can handle the visual, they will be rewarded with a trip to flavor country since the chestburster is actually pork loin wrapped in prosciutto and drenched in cranberry sauce blood. [click to continue…]


SpongeBob SquarePants animator Sean Charmatz is giving the world a glimpse of the “Secret Life of Stuff” while simultaneously showing us how our perspective on mundane objects can change with the addition of a face and some stick limbs.

A bunch of examples can be seen in the video below, which includes (among others) a strawberry lobotomy, a marshmallow’s swim in hot chocolate, a mournful donut, and a wad of gum’s final moment. [click to continue…]


Thanksgiving can be a royal pain in the ass for the person that’s doing the cooking. If that person is you, you might want to consider running your kitchen on dog power. This brilliant and unsanitary idea wasn’t brought to us by Elon Musk (he missed the boat on it), but Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines. See how his method works below. [click to continue…]


The picture below from a Reddit commenter really sells it. [click to continue…]


The unicorns are systematically taking over all of our food. Our cakes, our grilled cheeses, our gin and even our cooking utensils and cafes. Thanks to food stylist and photographer Adeline Waugh, even our toasts have been given the rainbow treatment. Check out more of her colorful food art below. [click to continue…]


Artist Anastassia Elias specializes in crafting scenes within absurdly tiny spaces—like cups or empty toilet paper rolls. The incredibly detailed scenes are also backlit, and the effect adds an element of depth that’s pretty astounding. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]


Italian pastry chef Matteo Stucchi takes playing with food to a whole new level by transforming desserts into mini construction zones where workers build artistic monuments to calories and sugar.

Stucchi also used sweets to imagine how inhabitants of candyland kick back, showing mini figures riding edible ferris wheels, going pastry fishing and paddling on a stream of chocolate. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]


The butter robot from the Rick and Morty episode “Something Ricked This Way Comes” has been brought to life so that it may despair the circumstances of its reality. For this robot is aware that it has been condemned to a life of butter-passing servitude.

The butter robot was 3d-printed and runs on an I-Spy Mini Wireless Wifi App-controlled Spy Tank Rc Car. YouTuber ESDEV has promised that the necessary files and a tutorial to build your own are forthcoming. See the butter robot in action below. [click to continue…]