A Different Take On Food Art

Matthew Carden has an awesome set of food macro shots on his site 350degrees.com. Using small people figurines, Matt creates imaginative scenes out of food items. The scuba diver on the wine glass is one of my favorites.

A scuba diver sits on the edge of a wine glass.

Tiny people on top of broccoli

There are a lot more on his site including the option to buy prints.

(via The Last People)

Meat Toaster Makes Steak Easier Than Toast

I love eating plain toast. It’s just like bread only warm and crispy. Probably the biggest advantage is how easy it is to pop two pieces of bread in the toaster and be done with it. If there was something like a toaster for steak, then I probably would eat it as much as I eat warm, crispy bread.

Ariete SteakHouse Grill

Luckily Ariete makes a product called the SteakHouse Grill which pretty much fills the fantasy of any lazy steak lover. Functioning pretty much like a George Foreman grill, the 2000 watt vertical cooker allows fat to drip out the bottom while cooking the meat on both sides. I don’t think the cooked meat pops-up when done but this shiny kitchen appliance is certainly more eye catching than that rusty old cooking pan.

Ariete SteakHouse Grill Inside

Ariete SteakHouse Grill Meats

This burly man toaster can be yours for the mere price of €150. Yowza! On second thought I think I’ll just have toast.

(via BrownPau, Boing Boing, and Appliancist)

Raccoon Vs. Cat

For some reason this video makes me cackle out loud. The cat’s expression is priceless.