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Japan Introduced a Chocolate Ramen For Valentine’s Day

Japanese got something weird this time to celebrate Valentine’s Day, ramen chain Kourakuen is serving up “chocolate ramen” for a limited time only. According to NariNari, the chocolate ramen is made with a shoyu (soy sauce) ramen base but combined it with cacao oil and an added chocolate bar. It looks tasty! Twitter users report that chocolate ramen […]

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Cocktail Gummies, Alcohol You Can Eat

British novelty confectionery Smith and Sinclair have produced a line of cocktail gummies that come in an assortment of yummy flavors. The “Night In” collection highlights Berry Daiquiri with Mixed Pepper Sugar, Gin, and Tonic with Lemon Sugar, Mocha Espresso Martini with Coffee Sugar and a Mandarin Aperol Spritz with Orange Sugar. The gummies are totally vegan and contain […]

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Pastry Chef Recreated the Crunch, Shape, Texture and Taste of Pringles!

In her delicious journey to make healthy versions of favorite junk foods, Pastry chef Claire Saffitz of the Bon Apétit series Gourmet Makes took on the challenge of Pringles potato chips. The flavor, crunch, and texture took a short amount of time to complete, but the unique paraboloid shape of the chip was a bit more hard to achieve, but she finally got there anyway. Pringles. […]

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How Maggot Fermented Sheep Cheese Is Made

A mephitic episode of the Great Big Story series Flavors probes into how the “most dangerous cheese in the world” is made. This rare Sardinian cheese, called “casu marzu” (literally: rotten cheese), starts with a sheep’s milk pecorino base which is fermented with larvae from the aptly named cheese fly. The larvae then hatch into maggots that ingest the fat from the cheese, […]

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How Much Caffeine Is Actually in Your Coffee, From Dunkin' to Starbucks

After investigating the constitution of the nation’s most-consumed coffees, we found this truth to be self-evident: all cups of Joe are not created equal. Especially ones that have booze in them. According to our super-scientific source, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (supplemented by stats from the much-less-official-sounding EnergyFiend.com), the milligrams of caffeine per ounce vary from […]

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