Burger King Japan Has A Murdered Out Cheeseburger

If Burger King Japan's goal was to make a burger as unappetizing as possible, they succeeded. The all-black cheeseburger looks pretty cool, but we're not so sure we'd want it traveling into our stomachs. They made the bun with bamboo charcoal to give it its Darth Vader-like appearance, and they did the same with the slice of cheese the patty gets topped with. To add to its mysterious motif, Burger King created an onion and garlic sauce concocted with squid ink to make sure it oozes evil when you bite down. We'll stick with a standard burger, but we do admit this thing looks pretty wild.
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Brooklyn Biltong Is Better Than Jerky

If you've only had jerky from the gas station mart, you need to expand your horizons. While there's a ton of tremendous artisanal beef jerky out there, we'd like to present you with another option: Biltong. The South African cured meat is made of raw beef fillets cut into thing strips, and few are doing it better ... continue reading
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LyteShow: Military-Grade Gatorade SPONSORED

Raw eggs, tripe soup, and bull horn tea are just some of the hangover cures people swear by around the world. A less gross and far more effective way to feel better is to simply get liquids and electrolytes back in your body as quickly as possible. Instead of downing bottles of water and Gatorade, use LyteShow. The electrolyte-packed concentrate is the quickest way to feel better after a night of heavy drinking. The mineral base was tested on wildfire firefighters, and unlike sports drinks, LyteShow contains no calories, sugars, carbs, or artificial flavors. It's the healthy way to kill a hangover fast. ... check it out
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Whisky Potato Chips Exist And Need To Be Eaten

We've gorged ourselves on many a bag of potato chips after we've had a bit too much to drink. Now, we can just combine the experience into one event. Mackie's of Scotland has created some whisky potato chips to stuff in your booze-craving gullet. The only kicker is they're whisky and haggis flavored and the latter ... continue reading
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Reebok Bacon Is A Thing That Exists

We probably wouldn't turn to Oscar Mayer for our next pair of high-tops, so we're a little weary of this latest release from Reebok. The sneaker giant has turned to a tastier endeavor with the release of Reebok Bacon. Yes, bacon. Sourced by U.S. Wellness Meats, the bacon was distributed to participants in the Reebok ... continue reading
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Smoked Chocolate Chips

How good are s'mores? Really, who was the beautiful genius who concocted that masterpiece? Now what if we told you that there was something that could actually make s'mores taste better? These are Smoked Chocolate Chips. Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery uses a cold-smoking method with alder wood to infuse these chocolate ... continue reading
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Dry-Age Your Own Steak With The Steaklocker

Unless you're Ron Swanson, you probably aren't ready to invest thousands of dollars on a meat locker. Sure the dry-aged steaks would be silly delicious, but unless you're eating them every night, it would be much more economical to just buy dry-aged steaks when you want them. The Steaklocker wants to bring dry-aging ... continue reading
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Pancake Syrup Infused With Jim Beam

Most days, we're those people walking around with the face that says "Don't talk to me until I've had my coffee." While we don't really consider ourselves breakfast people either, we'd make a better effort for the most important meal of the day if the morning carbs we're covered in this Jim Beam infused Pancake Syrup. ... continue reading
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This Knife Block Is Inspired By A Rough Cut Diamond

The problem with buying good-looking knives is that you only get to show them off when you're cooking. Most of the time they're sitting in a wooden knife block hidden from view. The Black Diamond is the knife block that lets you put those knives on display in a pretty sexy package. Inspired by a rough cut diamond, ... continue reading
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Poler Outdoor Cast Iron Skillet

It's pretty much common knowledge that you can cook just about everything in a cast iron skillet. It's the desert island pan and for good reason. They're durable, impart awesome flavor, can be transferred directly to the oven and the cleanup is easy. The only real issue--if you can even call it that--was seasoning. ... continue reading
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Tabasco Has Secretly Launched Its Own Sriracha

If you're planning on kicking up the heat on some of your barbecued foods this weekend, you might be reaching for a bottle of sriracha. Of course, as you already know from this post, there's more than one to consider. Now, from the heatseekers at Tabasco, comes another sriracha to put in your cabinet. The limited edition ... continue reading
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