Check out the recipe at Glazed and Confused.
Chicken pot pie is a wonderful comfort food, but put it in a cone and it becomes adorable. It’s actually fairly easy to make, requiring just store bought pie crust and a cone mold. You just wrap the crust around the mold and bake it at 400 degrees for ten minutes. Next you take it out, add the filling, and cook it another ten minutes right side up and you’re ready to eat.
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This Bloody Mary is topped with: a pulled pork mac and cheese hot dog, chicken wings, a slider, a full sized burger, a whole roasted chicken, veggies and even a brownie for dessert complete with whipped cream!
Oh, and a pickle. Can’t forget the pickle.
I think they need to put some Rolaids in there somewhere.
(via Incredible Things)
Say you want to show Lifehacker just how cool and realistic looking your new 3D printer’s color layering process looks…What would you scan and print?
Well, if your a designer at iJet in Yokohama, Japan, you pick up a nearby KFC drumstick. Techs scanned the poultry using a high-resolution laser scanner and then printed out a 3D version of the chicken leg using iJets color-printing technology, which prints color layer by layer in an effort to enhance realism and accuracy.
While this version may look a little deformed shape and color-wise, keep in mind, they were working with KFC.
(via Tech Crunch)
It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday and that means parties with the tastiest, most delicious, incredibly bad for you treats. A perfect example is Doritostix which consist of homemade cheese sticks filled with pepper jack cheese and coated in Doritos. Instructables user Pat Sheldon explains her creation:
When combined together in your mouth, you basically get the sensation of crispy Doritos and creamy cheese with a kick. I guarantee it will be the first item grabbed at your Superbowl party, and will be gone in 10 min or less depending on how many hungry fans are there.
You can read the detailed instructions here and then whip up a batch for your friends. Just be sure to make enough for everyone.
If you like a little wine with your chicken, or a little chicken with your wine, this handy wine stopper lets you kill two birds with one stone and show your friends you’re a gourmet with the poulet.
I can’t even believe I wrote the above sentence.
Bottom line, it’s funny, it’s functional and it’s less than ten bucks.
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The Chocolate Popcorn Chicken is a life-sized chunk of caramel chocolate that has been molded into a chicken. Don’t expect to find any golden eggs inside it though, because you’ll find that it’s stuffed with loads and loads of popcorn instead.
What better way to celebrate Easter than with this sweet, corny, and cocky-in-more-ways-than-one treat?
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They say you learn something new every day, and today that something is this utterly useless tidbit: McDonald’s has official names for McNugget shapes.
Business Insider recently visited the McDonald’s headquarters in Oak Brook, Ill., and sat in on a quality testing session, where nuggets were being graded by chicken pros from suppliers like Tyson.
The McDonald’s sensory team explained that Chicken McNuggets have four distinct shapes and in order to have a chance to meet the McDonald’s “Gold Standard” for quality, they have to match them as perfectly as possible.
As you can see from the photo above, those shapes are ball, bone, bell, and boot (in Canada, the “bone” is officially a “bow-tie”). Although not mentioned in the list, readers of our site know that there is also the less occasional zombie and founding father.