I have to say—Etsy seller ScravisMugs makes some seriously badass vessels for beer and coffee. These one-of-a-kind monster mugs were thrown on pottery wheel, hand sculpted and hand painted. True works of art that may or may not try to kill you. The Agent Toht melting face scene from Indiana Jones comes to mind. [click to continue…]

Pop-Tarts Of Terror

Graphic designer Newt Cloninger-Clements is tired of waiting around for Kellogg’s to release horror movie-themed Pop-Tarts, so he decided to work his magic to create a series of Tarts to show the world what could be. The series covers themes that range from Friday the 13th to The Walking Dead.

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As excellent as these are, the would likely pale in comparison to the horror of “The House Without Toaster Pastries”. See more examples below. [click to continue…]

Introducing Alchema, a $499 countertop fermentation device that allows you to turn your leftover fruit into alcoholic beverages like mead, cider and wine. Basically, it’s a more sophisticated and expensive alternative to putting fruit and crumbled bread in a plastic bag and letting it ferment behind the toilet. [click to continue…]

This year is an important one for Harry Potter fans: it’s the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and the 10th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In commemoration of these milestones, Llety Cynin—a family operated bed and breakfast in South Wales—has recently created a fun Harry Potter-themed tea service. [click to continue…]

Whiskey for breakfast? Go ahead, we won’t judge. However, you should know that Jack Daniel’s and World of Coffee are offering a 100% arabica bean coffee (medium roast) that’s infused with Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey. The fact that it’s non-alcoholic might be a dealbreaker though. [click to continue…]

Star Wars Rogue One sugar cookies by Sweet Pea Cookie Co.

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A new Harry Potter-inspired cafe called Platform 1094 has opened in Singapore and it serves a variety of themed food and drink amidst a bevy of fun props like wands and witch hats. But the literal Goblet of Fire is the star of the show. [click to continue…]

I was checking out this commercial for Los Pollos Hermanos and it seems like a great place to eat! The owner just seems so…friendly. [click to continue…]

After two years of testing Taco Bell has announced that their Naked Chicken Chalupa will finally be rolling out nationwide. [click to continue…]

The Ravanello is a simple $12 kitchen tool that will turn an unsavory radish into cute (and miraculously delicious) Mario-style mushrooms by shaving down the bottom into a stem and providing a gouging tool so you can decorate the caps.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again—the best way to get kids to eat something they don’t want to eat is to shape it like something fun. Everything is 98.5% more delicious that way.

(via Gizmodo)

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