This cake is completely made out of salmon sashimi on the exterior, filled with rice in the interior, and topped off with fish eggs. Yummy! This sushi cake might not be everybody’s cup of tea. The visual stunning cake is made by Kouen Sushi Bar in Bangkok, Thailand. Wonder if they use fish-sticks as candles?
Here is a great pizza recipe. Sweet potato with mandarins, charred Poblano and cheddar pizza is waiting to melt into your mouth.
Seaweed is popping out everywhere lately. Seamore is a Netherlands company that wants to see more of their products in your home. They make bacon, wraps and pasta out of seaweed. No wonder Captain Nemo was able to live underwater for long periods of time. He was harvesting seaweed and transforming it into bacon, wraps and pasta.
Seamore is turning to crowdfunding to help bring their products to market. They are already in 750 stores in 6 countries. From sea to sea, you will soon be seeing Seamore seaweed products.
Move over Johnnie and let Jane take over. Black Label is releasing a limited run of Jane Walker whiskey bottles. This the first time a female version of the Johnnie Walker brand has been replaced. Will more women gravitate to the whiskey maker with the makeover?
This in not the first time a company has replaced an iconic character to please the female buyer. This is just a temporary change to the “striding man” logo to lure women into the fold. The release coincides with Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, which is on March 8. Will women stop or will they keep walking?
Coca-Cola are releasing unique local brand drinks such as California Raspberry and California Raspberry flavors. It’s been since 2002 since Coca-Cola introduced Vanilla Coke. The retro style drinks evoke bygone days of soda fountain flavored drinks.
Chips that taste like bacon that are made from plants? Can it be true? Crispy and salty Pig Out Pigless Bacon Chips will be available in four flavors: Original (tastes just like bacon, the company says), Cheddar, Chipotle and Kansas City BBQ. The varieties are non-GMO and chemical-free. Full of flavor. Free of guilt. Available in April, 2018 by Outstanding Foods, a plant-based foods company.
The digestive system: Everybody eats and poops. Our body is built out of what we eat.
What does a designer label company know about kitchen appliances? Plenty it seems. Dolce & Gabbana are teaming up with SMEG to spice up your kitchen appliances. Forget those boring customary colors, get ready to be bedazzled. You will want to be in the kitchen again. Your appliance will not be tucked away in a box anymore. It will scream to be used. From kettles to fridges, this appliance line will bring your kitchen from a comatose state of boredom to freedom of expression.
One would think the iconic Huy Fong sriracha bottle would be a graphic designer’s worst nightmare. Just how many typefaces does the bottle use? If you guessed eight, you would be right. The rooster was created because David Tran, the founder of the company was born in the year of the rooster. The rooster represents strength.
Did you know that Oreo cookies were copied from a competitor?. They are a ripoff of Hydrox, the original cream-filled chocolate cookie, which came out in 1908. Oreos only made their first appearance in 1912. Hydrox cookies are still available today. I guess the Hydrox name never caught on.
Summer just got cooler with Kinder Bueno ice cream. The only drawback is that it is only available in France. They plan to release three types of ice cream. The Kinder Ice Cream Sandwich, the Kinder Ice Cream Stick and the Kinder Bueno Ice Cream Cone will be making a chilly reception to the delight of Kinder Bueno fans this summer.
McDonald’s announced this week that by 2022, cheeseburgers won’t be part of the menu for the kids’ Happy Meals anymore. The company wants to “reinforce responsible marketing to children.” The cheeseburger will still be available but not bundled with the Happy Meal. Are they saying that cheeseburgers are not healthy? 15% of McDonald’s customers come in to order happy meals. There sure will be a bunch of unhappy kids out there. The responsibility will now fall on the parents to make the wrong food choice for their kids. Or is this just another veiled money grab to go outside the Happy Meal combo to pay more for the cheeseburger?