The $250 Salad Delivery [Laugh of the Day]

Posted by Foodie Buddha on February 14, 2013

So the gang at College Humor wanted to see what would happen if they ordered a salad from the aptly named Just Salad (site) in New York City.  Not much of a story there … until you realize that they decided to order every single possible topping (including double meats) for their single serving lettuce bowl.  That too may not seem that impressive, until you consider that Just Salad offers up something like 200 toppings.  Sadly, I think Just Salad failed since they weren’t able to fit everything in one bowl.

It’s kind a funny even if it’s not on the level of CH’s overly indulgent and incredibly intricate prank war series].  So watch it and then berate me for robbing you of like 5-minutes of your life; or, don’t watch it and miss out on seriously impressive food humor.

Breaking Bad Thanksgiving

Posted by Foodie Buddha on November 20, 2012

Breaking Bad is great TV.  Turkey is great holiday [yes … I know that’s a grammatically flawed sentence].  Meanwhile, Breaking Bad + Thanksgiving makes for interesting cooking demonstrations.  Witness …

Enjoy!

[via here]

The Popinator: The Automatic Popcorn Delivery System

Posted by Foodie Buddha on September 17, 2012

In today’s edition of “excessively overblown use of technology to deliver a product nobody really actually needs” (otherwise known as #WTF), a company by the name of Popcorn Indiana gives us The Popinator.  Apparently, this popcorn popper not only cooks your corn kernels, it also fires them in your general exact location using all sorts of fancy, smart person’s technology.

If one ignores rational thought regarding constructive use of time, then there is absolutely no reason to doubt that this is actually real.  That said, it appears to be nothing more than a functional proof of concept.  Thus, it’s not for sale.  Which is shocking, b/c who isn’t interested in having their face assaulted by flying popcorn kernels.  I wonder how it does with butter …

[PI via Reddit]

Julia Child Remix: The Rapping Cooking Video 1

Posted by Foodie Buddha on August 14, 2012

So Julia Child, the now defunct Grand Dame of all things cookery, has a new music video out.  Despite hitting the century mark tomorrow (August 15th), she remains incredibly spry for a dead lady.

Witness:

So take that Tupac, because if you’re going to come back from the grave, forget those silly NOT holograms and go with the autotuned rap video meets cooking video mashup.

[via PBS]

How To Make Yelp Interesting [Updated]

Posted by Foodie Buddha on July 28, 2012

How do you make Yelp worth reading?  Simple … have someone else do the reading for you.  In this case, we have actor Chris Kipiniak putting his dramatic spin on a 1-star review for the Stratford Diner in Stratford, NJ.  The review in question comes courtesy the one and done Dalia B.  Maybe this new found form of internet fame will coax her out of retirement.

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UPDATE: and another one is now live featuring Therese Plummer. So yeah, these are b-level (at best) actors but they’re still pretty awesome … check it out:

[via]

GA’s Jack McBrayer + Triumph Go For Insulting Hot Dogs

Posted by Foodie Buddha on June 16, 2012

The other night, Conan O’Brien recruited Georgia boy Jack McBrayer (the page on 30 Rock) to join Triumph the Insult Comic Dog at Chicago’s famed Wieners Circle, a hot dog stand with an attitude.  No doubt, Triumph is my favorite member of Conan’s entourage.  So it stands as no surprise that this bit turned out fan-freaking-tastic.  The Robert Smigel voiced puppet is as bad as they come; and, when paired with the softly presented McBrayer, we are treated to comic gold.  Check it out!

If you haven’t heard of the Wieners Circle, I strongly suggest you listen to This American Life’s episode on the NSFW eatery.  Meanwhile, if you don’t have an hour, and really just want some laughs … stick to the video containing the sweet piece of comic genius.

King of Pops + Sublime Doughnuts Together At Last 4

Posted by Foodie Buddha on May 18, 2012

King of Pops + Sublime Doughnuts Mashup

I was bored … and when I get bored, I come up with stupid ideas.  Lots and lots of stupid ideas.  Thankfully, my latest illicit concept actually came together alright.  Ladies and gentlemen, introducing my latest “I have too much time on my hands.” 

What you have up there is a banana pudding popsicle courtesy of Atlanta’s very own The King of Pops.  However, I decided to spice it up with a surgically altered Reese’s doughnut from Sublime Doughnuts.  Needless to say, it was totally awesome (seriously – it tasted great … though it was messy).  Meanwhile, I think Sublime’s Kamal Grant and the King’s Steven Carse need to put this puppy into production.

While these treats are sold separately, you can track them down by visiting KoP’s website and Sublime’s website.

If You’re Going To Skip Out On A Check ….

Posted by Foodie Buddha on March 16, 2012

Then this is the way to do it:

As the jump took place at Liu Bar, a swanky Australian restaurant, you might not know exactly how high up 243 meters is. It’s roughly 800 ft … so yeah, that was a hell of a jump.

[via]

How To Order From Sonic Like A Boss 1

Posted by Foodie Buddha on February 01, 2012

Perhaps the best fast food drive-through song anyone has ever performed.  Thanks Sonic … your cheesiness is delicious.

[via reddit]

How A Vegetarian Cheats

Posted by Foodie Buddha on January 31, 2012

Here’s an oldie but goodie … proof that even vegetarians love bacon.

[via devour.com]

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