Ladies and gentlemen, the future depicted in Amazon Prime’s Upload is almost here. While we are still unable to upload the decease’s conscious into a highly realistic VR “heaven,” 3D printed food is beginning to take shape.
While we know kind of know that tofu have always been a staple in Japanese cuisine, we never knew it would come to this: Gundam Hyaku Shiki Tofu. Gundam Hyaku Shiki Tofu from Sagamiya Foods ain’t no gunpla.
Talk about localization. KFC couldn’t have done it better in China. Case-in-point: The so-called Rénjiānfùguìzòng (人贱富贵粽 which loosely translates to ‘Earthly Fortune Glutinous Rice Dumpling’).
The Gundam culture has just gotten weirder. And no, Gundam and Hello Kitty crossover is totally not weird at all, not after you have learned about this latest collab between the popular anime with Haromoro & King Oscar Oil.
COVID-19 may have pull a brake on automobile production for Rolls-Royce and all other automakers, but another of Rolls-Royce’s production with around 250,000-strong workforce is literally on the buzz. And it is not medical devices that these hardworking “employees” are turning out; it is honey.
Is the pandemic making you miss IKEA’s famous Swedish meatballs? Well, the good news is, you can now recreate the yummy dish at home too.
Pizza saver. One of the world’s most important inventions that no one talks about. This “tiny table” that comes with each take out pizza have quietly saved countless pizzas from being ruin by collapsing cardboard.
Do you know that Iceland, the island country on the North Atlantic Ocean alongside Faroe Islands, has no McDonald’s? Well, it used to have until 2009 when the fast food chain decided to pull out of the country.
McDonald’s, like so many pop culture products, has become its own country of sort. The American fast food chain has declared March 02, 2020, the “National Egg McMuffin Day.” Yup. That is a thing now.
Any burger joint or restaurant would naturally want to let people know how fresh their products are, but not Burger King. Not this time. The America burger chain’s latest campaign stars, ermm, a moldy burger?