Thursday March 1, 2012
The future has arrived, and it's coated in sprinkles. An LA ice cream shop introduces the 24-hour cupcake ATM, via Eater.
Thin Mints: available soon in candy bar form. Huffington Post Food confirms the existence of the Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bar. I can get behind the concept of Girl Scout cookies sans the paperwork or the high pressure sales situation - can you really say no when a co-worker's cute kid pops up unexpectedly with that lengthy form? I can. (But I won't speak for you).
CNN/Budget Travel runs down 15 rules of international food etiquette that might surprise you. Although you should already know better than to eat tacos with a fork and knife (ANYWHERE) or to turn down vodka in Russia (ANYTIME).
A list of the nation's 50 fattiest foods by state from The Orlando Sentinel. The country's most artery-cloggin', obesity-inducin' items include bacon-wrapped meatloaf (Alabama), Turducken (South Carolina), the garbage plate (New York) and the Luther Burger (Georgia).
Dwell.com displays a series of aestheticized Seinfeld-inspired food posters. The black and white cookie, Monk's Diner, and ketchup and mustard in a single bottle (from Kramerica Industries) are among the subjects. These pretzels are making me thirsty!