This is not a déjà vu. The KFC Chicken Sandwich introduced in Orlando last Spring is now back. This time, it is available in select markets starting January 7 and it will be available seven days a week in all 4,000 KFC restaurants in the U.S. by the end of February.
Breakfast cereal. The breakfast of choice that will not destroy your weight-watching regime. Since its invention in 1863, many flavors have been introduced, from the regular like corn flakes to the irresistible fruit loops to the weird blends like the Green Slim Cereal (don’t ask).
Fast food connoisseurs with an exotic taste bud will be green with envy when they hear about McDonald’s China latest limited time burger. How exotic exactly, you ask? Well, how does Oreo crumbs and SPAM sounds? That’s right. Oreo and SPAM burger is a thing.
Both the mutant toad sculpture and Baby Yoda cakes from Sideserf Cakes are impressive, but I think Natalie may have up her own game with this Die Hard Cake, aka John McClane Bust Cake.
Nestle may be a Swiss multinational food and drink manufacturing conglomerate, but strangely, the brand’s KitKat is super big in Japan. So big that KitKat in Japan has known have gotten more exotic flavors than anywhere else in the world.
If I told you there’s a book of cheese, you probably expect it to contain texts and images of cheese, and possibly recipes for cheese-based snacks and dishes. Well, not with this book by Ben Denzer.
Can you imagine eating ketchup on its own? Like, you know, as a food without any other food? If your answer is yes, then Archie McPhee Ketchup Flavored Candy Canes is a must-have for you this Christmas.
Twinkies. It is intentionally bite size, or almost bite size, so that you can have it even if you are trucking down Route 66. It’s any road warrior’s salvation when hunger strikes in the most unexpected place: nowhere.
From the stunningly detailed Gamera Cake and KFC Bucket Meal cake to Hercules Beetle Grub cake and Bloody Beating Heart cake to Shag Rug cake, there’s no shortage of wonderful, weird and outright grotesque cakes in the world. Recently, a realistic Mutant Toad Cake joined this weird and wonderful world of custom cake creations.
We don’t know whether to marvel at a fast food hamburger that does not rot after two decades or worried about what we have been shoving into our guts. What you see here is a McDonald’s hamburger and fries that apparently was purchased 24 years ago in 1996. Over 20 freaking years and it has …