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"Marine Catcher" live lobster UFO Game in Japan
You know those UFO games where you've got the hook, and you have to guide it inside the glass box to get the fluffy toy? Yeah, pretty lame. But what if the prize you were trying to hook was a live Lobster!!! Those crazy cats in Japan have done exactly that. For 200 yen a turn (about $2) you too can have a go at winning your very own live lobster. Just make sure you're about to leave. Putting that prize in your bag might not work out for the best!
Why make videogames, when you got this piece of technology ? lmao They call it "Marine Catcher". But what is really weird is the fact that they all go like "OMG this is so awsum !"... One try costs 200 Yen. (around 1,3€ or 2$)
Spicy Sourdough Pepper Pepper Pepper-Jack Stuffed Burger
Here's a tasty treat emailed in from sKramble. It's the Sourdough Pepper Pepper Pepper-Jack Stuffed Burger. It's got food porn oozing from it! Mmmm pronalicious!
From: sKramble via email
Burger stuffed with pepper-jack cheese, crushed red peppers, and black pepper...hand formed to fit on a sourdough loaf. After the first bite, I knew I had a gustatory masterpiece in my hands.
6 Foot Pizza on The Big Heavy
Ingenious! These guys used a huge smoker to cook a 6 foot long pizza. With a bit of help from their local pizza shop for the dough, and a whole lot of ingredients, these guys had a party pizza like no other. Slow cooked ribs and brisket is great, but a 6 foot pizza? Now you're talking!!!
Here are some photos of one of my recent cooking escapades. We made this for my son's baptism party last weekend.
Elvis makes his Fried Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich
The King was known for his Supersized antics in his later years... one of his favorites was his now famous Fried Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwiches. Topped with chocolate syrup, this decadent delight was a common precursor to a meal, or sometimes just a midnight snack! Uh huh...
Watch the king make his famous peanut butter and banana sandwich
Man eats 23,000 Big Macs in 36 years
He's lovin' it! This guy ate pretty much 2 Big Mac's a day for 36 years, and kept the receipts for every single one. He only skipped eating Big Macs for 8 days over the 36 year period. He now keeps spare Big Mac's in the freezer just in case there's a snowstorm and he can't get to a McDonald's. Unbelievable!
FOND DU LAC, Wisconsin (AP) -- Talk about a Big Mac attack! Don Gorske says he has eaten 23,000 of the burgers in 36 years. The Fond du Lac man said he hit the 23,000 milestone last month, continuing a culinary obsession that began May 17, 1972, and is fed by his obsessive-compulsive disorder.
An entire farm in a burger!
Farms are such beautiful places. They've got cows, pigs, chickens, all the things we love to pat, and EAT! The Whataburger chain creates this fine burger, naming it the "Whatafarm Burger". Ingenious++!!!
Its a burger ordered from the Whataburger chain and includes Chicken, Egg, Cheese and Bacon. 2 parts cow, 2 parts chicken, 1 part pig. They lovingly call it the “Whatafarm” burger. Looks great to me! More photos after the jump!
Deep Fried White Castle
What "Sliders" should really be... sliding down your gullet through rivers of oil! Apparently you can pick these up from the San Diego County Fair
. Shame you can't just get them from White Castle direct!
The long pause before he eats is due to a misconception between us both. He thought I wanted to take a picture. :| Yay for fair food!!
Hungry Jacks Quad Stacker Closeup
So much shiny cheese... *drool*
Candied Bacon Fudge Howto
Everyone loves bacon. Everyone loves Candy. Everyone loves fudge. With these powers combined, GOOOOOO PLANET.... oh, I mean we make Candied Bacon Fudge. DELICIOUS!!!!!!
Join me, won't you, as I embark on a glorious mission towards the greatest, manliest confection ever conceived.
Super Mario Cookie Recipe
I made this cookie a while back, just stumbed across your website, thought I'd share :-
My girlfriend is a big Mario fan, so when she was out one morning I decided to bake her a treat. This was inspired by Fractal Cookies. I made up three batches of cookie dough. The plain white came out with a perfect consistency, the red was a bit sticky and the chocolate was a bit dry, but they were all still workable, and tasted great. I didn’t expect it to be so large, but I managed to just squeeze it into my oven.