This is the way I like to start the morning… a raw egg and a shot of blueberry pancake flavored 70 proof liqueur. If blueberry pancake isn’t your thing, Mama Walker’s other two breakfast liqueurs should do the trick – crispy maple bacon and glazed donut. Maple Bacon (faintly burnt smokiness with a textured body),
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Could it be a hoax? Nope…Here is a video explaining the phenomenon. I was quite skeptical after watching the original video and had to do a little research. youtube.com/watch?v=YrBTg8YANYE Was I the only one expecting a fully developed chicken embryo?
Probably the best cereal ever…Cap’n Crunch and the rest of America’s favorite morning bowl of moo have had their mascots re-visited in a slightly creepy manor. Graphic designer and illustrator Guillermo Fajardo has taken four nostalgic breakfast cereal characters (Tony the Tiger, Cap’n Crunch, Count Chocula and Trix Rabbit) and given each one a sense
In some parts of the world the penis (or love muscle as I like to call it) is a thing of worship, in others it’s just breakfast… as is the case in Taipei, where a food vendor sells a corn dog-like concoction made by baking a sausage, coated in hotcake batter, in a special iron
Remember the good ol’ days? The Nostalgia Electrics Retro Series 3-in-1 Breakfast Station is a toaster oven, griddle, coffee maker in one unit The lovely retro-styled case brings you back to a simpler time, when all you needed for breakfast was one egg, two sausages (or a small piece of bacon), two pieces of toast
They say everything tastes better with bacon…what about doughnuts, bacon, maple syrup combined into a beer? Go ahead and read that name again, Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale ($13). Developed in collaboration with Portland’s famous Voodoo Doughnut, a Portland shop known for wild donuts like the Loop, a vanilla-frosted donut covered in Froot Loops,
If you’re like me, and would rather not buy an entire box of Lucky Charms just to pick out the pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, and green clovers, Thingiverse user Tom Lombardi may have just invented a solution. According to Lombardi, the humble-looking 3D printed cup removes over 90 percent of all the cereal,