Sexy Underwear-Wearing Peaches Will Make You All Kinds of Uncomfortable

How to Make Mochi S’mores, aka S’MOCHI [Video]

July 31, 2014 // 4:07 pm

With all the bacon-wrapped, deep-fried hurrah these days, it’s easy to pass up on the simple, brilliant ideas. Cue in the S’Mochi — an invention by Foodbeast reader Ryan Horikoshi. The clever take on the standard campfire s’more swaps the traditional marshmallow with mochi — a small Japanese rice…

This Alarm Clock Wakes You Up with a Cup of Freshly-Brewed Coffee

July 31, 2014 // 4:00 pm

The haunting blare of our alarm clocks is the bane of many mornings. One man has risen to this daily occasion to bring the masses something a little less mediocre. Looking to create a system that both wakes you up and eliminates the haphazard rush to find/make coffee in…

The Humble Beginnings Behind Your Favorite Foods [Infographic]

July 31, 2014 // 2:46 pm

You can thank the middle ages for your apple pie and a clever man named Eddy Lainesse for inventing melty poutine. The history behind popular foods provide another layer of depth to these dishes, giving you something to, ahem, chew on the next time you’re munching greasy pizza.


For those…

HIRSCHY’S Chocolate Bar Resume Puts All Other Resumes to Shame

July 31, 2014 // 12:10 pm

If designer Matthew Hirsch didn’t get his dream job with his “Hirschy” chocolate bar resume, then the world is a cruel cruel place.

While we’re assuming the chocolate in the Hirschy bar is of the typical milk variety, the packaging is really key. The front plays on the classic…

This Bluetooth Ingredient Dispenser Could Make Your Measuring Cups Extinct

July 31, 2014 // 10:53 am

If you thought the spray can cake batter was crazy, a Kickstarter campaign was just launched for a device that not only stores ingredients in a canister, but dispenses them in perfect measurements.

That means you could put away your measuring spoons and cups and just let…

There Are Reptile Cafes in Japan and Handwashing is Strongly Encouraged

July 31, 2014 // 9:47 am

Most people lose their appetites when they hear that a snake or salamander is crawling around near them. Not Japan, though. While it seems taboo in most places around the world, the country is the home to more than one Reptile Cafe. One in particular is the Yokohama Subtropic…

South Koreans Activists Send North Koreans Choco Pies Across the Border — With Balloons

July 30, 2014 // 3:55 pm

The hallmark of a good friend is that they’ll always have your back, whether that means helping you move, hiding a dead body, or even sneaking illegal snack foods across military borders.

Previously offered as treats to North Korean factory workers, the South Korean chocolate and marshmallow sponge cakes…

Watch Cocoa Growers in Ivory Coast Taste Chocolate for the First Time

July 30, 2014 // 3:21 pm

The stories behind the objects we interact with daily are often incredible. The lives of the people who helped make the food we eat are rarely, if ever, thought of. All we see is the milk swirling in our iced coffee, the glistening oysters served to us with sliced…

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