1. PB&J WIN - Cheezburger

    PB&J WIN - Cheezburger

  2. Tunneling KFC to Gazans Craving the World Outside →

    The French fries arrive soggy, the chicken having long since lost its crunch. A 12-piece bucket goes for about $27 here — more than twice the $11.50 it costs just across the border in Egypt.

    The situation in Gaza is absurd. The smuggling of fried chicken via tunnel is both tragic and comic.

  3. IKEA halts moose lasagna sales after finding traces of pork →

    Two thoughts about this, first, Ikea sells moose lasagna? Second, my sister was bitten by a moose once.

  4. What Problem Are DC's New Food Truck Regulations Trying To Solve? →

    I know some people of a market urbanist persuasion take the view that trucks’ very existence is a sign of the failure of zoning codes and regulations, but I actually think trucks are an important lunch solution on the merits.

    I would not be surprised if these regulations are being pushed by the fast food industry.

  5. Recipe for Homemade Twinkies →

  6. (via 7-Eleven Mashed Potato Vending Machine Is A Real Thing (VIDEO))

Vending machine mashed potatoes. Explain the need to me please. Who wants mashed potatoes as an on the go snack?

    (via 7-Eleven Mashed Potato Vending Machine Is A Real Thing (VIDEO))

    Vending machine mashed potatoes. Explain the need to me please. Who wants mashed potatoes as an on the go snack?

  7. Starbucks confirms insect product in drink →

    Can they confirm if there is coffee in their coffee. All I taste is burnt.

  8. The Moka Express, a stovetop espresso machine that was meant for the home, provided both an affordable espresso and a beautiful object to make it in. Now 9 in 10 Italian households own a Moka Express. The iconic object, which Luigi De Ponti helped develop for Bialetti, has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and the London Design Museum.

 (via Who Made That Moka Express? - NYTimes.com)

    The Moka Express, a stovetop espresso machine that was meant for the home, provided both an affordable espresso and a beautiful object to make it in. Now 9 in 10 Italian households own a Moka Express. The iconic object, which Luigi De Ponti helped develop for Bialetti, has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and the London Design Museum.

    (via Who Made That Moka Express? - NYTimes.com)

  9. A Pop-Up Paris Picnic Is Coming to New York

    For the first time, New York will have its own Dîner en Blanc, on Aug. 25, rain or shine. A thousand people — half invited, the others drawn from an online waiting list (newyork.dinerenblanc.info) — will participate in this refined flash-mob feast, at an as-yet undisclosed location in Manhattan.

    From NYT


    Interesting.

  10. (via Dean Martin’s burger recipe)

    (via Dean Martin’s burger recipe)