Fancy pants restaurants have been using chocolate curls on their sweet treats for ages.
The chocolate curls look like pencil shavings, which must be why Nendo came up with this awesome chocolate pencil set, complete with pencil sharpener, so you can create your own posh nosh.
There’s a range of flavours from light milk to dark bittersweet chocolate, much like real pencils that come in HB, B, 2B etc. Funky and tasty.
I can’t get enough of bacon’s crispy, fat-drippy goodness – but I still wouldn’t get this tattoo inked.
I will, however, apply bacon streaks to my lil’ blog. Check this out, it’s bacolicio.us.
Jeesh! Here we go.
Next trip you take to visit England, your sweet lolly selection options are completely limited, happy new year! Well, thank you very blimmin much. Doesn’t bode well for 09 really, now, does it?
I’m trying hard not to buy into the nostalgic sadness surrounding the closing of Woolworths in the UK, but I can’t help but worry; the next time I’m visiting London, where the hell else am I gonna go to buy just the strawberry fondant flavoured chocolates?
Woolies pick’n’mix got me through many a dull grey Sunday when I lived in Europe. Whilst not quite a hangover cure, there was something pretty deadly cool about being able to avoid all the stupid chocolates with nuts in them and greedily scoop up all the orange and strawberry fondant chocs, with zero judgement from others.
You try going for just the red and orange jellybeans/jet planes at your local Four Square – good luck! There’d be tut tuts from dairy owners and a gaggle of dirty-faced children watching your every move. Total lolly mare.
The folk at Sickipedia aren’t wallowing in loss and nostalgia of the closing of Woolies, nope – they are giving le credit crunch a good ole ribbing, attempting to invent sick jokes in the name of Woolworths. Ahhh. Tis sad, non? Grief plays out differently for us all.
I was in Woolworths the other day.
They had a Prince figurine on sale for £20.
Still, I partied like it was £19.99.
This is a great cake for photography buffs.
Click here for more yummy pictures.
Here are a couple of different present ideas for Christmas.
Not just a book …
Natural Harvest – a collection of semen-based recipes. Paperback $24.95.
Not just a board game …
War on Terror – the board game. Loved by George W Bush. $29.95.
German journalist, Till Bartels jetsets all over the world, sampling all types of airline cuisine. Check out his photography of his airline food experiences.
Notice how scum-class economy meals don’t ever come served on actual plates?
Oh man, gotta get my pork lovin’ mitts on these hot little tasty ornaments.
The ole chrissy tree will just not look right without bacon.
The search for egg and toast Christmas tree ornaments starts today. In fact, this officially decides my 2008 Christmas theme; Lita’s fave foods – it will be a kai coloured Christmas.
If only the stupid cat wasn’t so greedy, I could hang real life biltong and crispy duck pancakes without fear.
Posted in Bit Ridic, Gimme, Kai for my Puku
Tagged Bacon, Biltong, Christmas Tree Decorations, Crispy aromatic duck, Etsy, Food flavoured festivities, Kai Christmas, Ornaments, Peking duck