Anyone who lives in London or is thinking of visiting, might want to stop by Cereal Killer, the UK's first cereal cafe. Everyday from 7am - 8pm, customers will be able to choose from a menu of 100 cereals from around the world. Small bowls cost £2.50 ($3.93), medium bowls will run you £3.00 ($4.72) and the largest size sets you back £3.50 ($5.50). The idea for this cafe came about when identical twins Alan and Gary Keery from Belfast wanted a bowl of cereal in the later afternoon, but none of the usual restaurants in the area catered to their craving. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Buying a bottle of Coca-Cola from a vending machine isn't anything special, but the last thing you'd expect to see coming out is some money and a furry thing. Reddit user "usmc_jpt" found exactly that, but it turned out to be a prize of sorts, in the form of $1.25 worth of quarters and the famous Coke Polar Bear. We're guessing that many machines around town have at least one of these prize bottles, but you may have to buy more than one for a shot. Continue reading for more pictures.
At first glance, this just looks like a finely hand-crafted pair of Oxford shoes, but there's actually a secret compartment built directly into the heel. That's right, these stylish Oxford-style Johnnie Walker Brogues by Oliver Sweeney - limited to 130 pairs - aren't just named after the famous scotch, there's a miniature bottle concealed in every shoe. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and the product page.
This R2-D2 Measuring Cup Set might not be the most practical, but it certainly can be filed under "cool gadgets and accessories for food geeks". It's more than meets the eye because the body is constructed from 4 different measuring cups (1/4, 1/3, 1/2 and 1 cup including his dome) for accurate ingredient portions. Plus, the droid's are detachable and serve as nested measuring spoons (1/4, 1/2, 1 tsp and 1/3 tbsp). At a svelte 6.5-inches tall, it's manufactured from food-grade ABS plastic that is BPA-free. More information. Continue reading for more.
A restaurant in Seattle has gone viral online because customers have been photographing their newborn babies next to the restaurant's four-pound grande burrito to illustrate just how monstrous in size they are. Gorditos offers a free burrito to parents who submit a photograph, as long as they are younger than 1-month old. The burrito normally costs $9 and can come with two tortillas, a choice of meat, guacamole, cheese as well as sour cream. Continue reading for more cool and geeky restaurants you won't believe actually exist.
Japan-based DoCoMo has unveiled a food cannon system that's capable of firing shrimp through the air at breakneck speed towards a drenching of flour, eggs and breadcrumbs before hurtling towards a flamethrower, where they are flash-fried to perfection. In the video, you'll see two ladies pour beaten eggs into a large silver canteen, then inverted triangular containers filled with flour, and last, but not least, a glass air cannon, which the shrimp have been stuffed into. Continue reading for the video and more information.
Caniam's 24-105 DSLR Camera Lens Coffee Mug is currently being offered for only $7.12 shipped, today only, originally priced at $56.99. It can hold up to 12 ounces (355 mL) of your favorite brew and the water-tight twist-off lid features a thumb slider to prevent spills. Product page. Continue reading for a another hands-on video overview and more information.
Food Grade Stailess Steel Interior Lining.
Open/Close Opening for Sipping while Lid is on so you can drink while traveling.
Sure, Thanksgiving may be over, but there's still all of the Christmas feasts to look forward to, and that's where these creative food creations come in. Love Nutella, bananas and pastries? Then why not combine all of them into one dessert with this easy recipe. Simply get some Pillsbury pre-packaged seamless dough sheets, cut them into squares, evenly spread the ingredients, bake and you're good to go. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading to see all twenty-two food creations.
George Prior wanted to show the world just how harmful Coca-Cola is to the human body. So, he went on a special "Coke diet", which consisted of consuming 10 cans of Coke a day for a month. Each can contains approximately 35-grams of sugar, which equates to a total of 350-grams of sugar every day. As you can see, his formerly healthy and muscular 50-year-old physique changed drastically in the span of 31-days. Prior's weight not only shot up from 168-pounds to 192-pound, but his blood pressure also climbed from 129/77 to 145/96 - ideal is 120/80. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
You're looking at the original Keyboard Waffle Iron concept (top) that New York-based designer Chris Dimonio came up with, but now the gadget has become a reality, albeit in a much more portable form. To make that perfect keyboard-shaped waffle, simple pre-heat the iron, coat with a non-stick cooking spray, add your favorite batter recipe, close the lid, and flip it at the 2-3 minute mark. Continue reading to see it in-action as well as for the Kickstarter page.