Food and Drink

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Indulge Yourself -- Eat Your Face!

These days we seem to be obsessed with photographing everything -- especially ourselves. We love this so much that they added a word to the dictionary just for it. The "selfie" was born. Now you can take your favorite selfie, or other photo, and have it made into a cookie cutter like no other. Imagine the affordable luxury of getting to bake cookies in your own likeness and eat it too. Not too narcissistic, is it?

SPAM: The Next Generation

After nearly eight decades of cornering the canned meat market, feeding our soldiers in WWII, and becoming a popular part of the American diet in the 1950s, Hormel, the maker of SPAM, has decided to take aim at the snack food industry. To that end they have created SPAM Snacks -- bite-sized and dried bits of SPAM packaged for a quick nosh.

Glasses From Long Ago And A Galaxy Far, Far Away

With a long-anticipated revival of Star Wars just a few days off, the merchandising machine has been shifted into high gear. For fans this can be both mind-blowing and wallet blowing. So you have to pick and choose what will fit into your lifestyle. This awesome Star Wars Planetary Glassware Set actually lets your inner Star Wars child look like it is an adult.

There's Gold In That There Sugar Cube!

Have you ever thought the statement "Now I've seen it all!" is a very transient thing? It seems that every time you turn a corner someone has come up with something even stranger, weirder, or more . . . well . . . crazy. Case in point: Gold Sugar. Not sugar that is made to look like gold for confectionery purposes, but regular sugar, in a cube, covered with edible gold leaf.

Breville One Touch Tea Maker Brings High Quality Tea To The Masses

There are just so many coffee makers on the market, all of which can make a great cup o' Joe. For the tea lovers out there, however, your choices diminish greatly. One reason is that brewing tea is a lot different than coffee, each kind of tea leaf typically requires different steep times and water temperature to brew the perfect cup. If you're a tea lover and looking to make great tea at home then look no further than the Breville One-Touch Tea Maker.

Sheesh! Kabobs Anytime In The Microwave?

There is nothing like a good kabob to make a special meal. Usually you do this only when you are going to do some grilling. For most of us that limits making kabobs to the summer months and sometimes you'd just like to have them year round. Well, with a Lekue Kabob Cooker you can make them anytime in the microwave.

Move Over Grilled Cheese - Bourbon Chocolate Slices Have Hit The Scene

Can you imagine chocolate, packaged in the same way as conventional processed cheese slices? Yes, that’s what the innovative people at Japanese company, Bourbon, have created.

Sometimes Cooking Requires A Master Plan With A Master Pan

There are just times in life when you've just got too much cooking going on and can't stand the thought of washing all those pans. With a Master Pan you can make a master plan and cook an entire dinner in just one non-stick pan. There are five different compartments to allow you to make your meat and side dishes all at the same time -- and on just one burner.

Into Escargot? Grow Your Own!

Most of us only know snails as a pesky garden pest. To the French snails are a fine delicacy to be enjoyed at the start of a gourmet meal. Not all snails are edible or palatable so you can't just run out and gather a meal up off of the patio. However you can get a Grow Your Own Escargot Kit and start raising your own herd of tasty morsels.

Be Naughty: Give The Gift Of Coal This Christmas!

Once upon a time it was a common practice in some cultures to put a lump of coal in a naughty child's Christmas stocking and leave out the toys. The disappointment was supposed to give these children the incentive to be a good child in the year to come. While we don't do that anymore, you can have some fun giving someone a bag of You've Been Naughty Popcorn Coal this year.