One of life’s most dire questions.
From Kanye’s epic Yeezus to A$AP Ferg’s bizarro Trap Lord and the return of M.I.A., there was a lot to love this past year.
McDonald’s said it would get their ketchup elsewhere after a former Burger King CEO was named the head of Heinz.
What did the Colonel say to your finger?
Please try this at home. (Full directions at the bottom of the post.)
Food sector stocks are becoming increasingly appetizing in the hedge fund community. Insiders say these stocks are driving the market to new highs.
Step aside, PB&J. We’ve got some much weirder — but equally awesome — food combinations to talk about.
I tested eight weird food face masks to see whether or not they make more sense on your skin or in your mouth.
Apparently the small paper cups supplied by fast food joints can become proper ketchup vessels after all.
Where would we be today as a society if it wasn’t for these portable little sauces?
There’s a whole interesting story behind the non-stick waste-free ketchup bottle of the future. But this is probably the only thing you need to know about it.
Woah. LiquiGlide, developed by a team at MIT’s Varanasi Research Group, is a surface coating that liberates the notoriously non-Newtonian fluid ketchup from its glass- or plastic-walled prison. The research came in second in MIT’s $100K Entrepreneurship Challenge, and is almost certainly destined for a bottle near you.
A crack team at M.I.T. solved the most important technological problem in existence: getting ketchup out of the bottle. A safe coating called “LiquiGlideon the glass makes the ketchup slip right out. Now, if only we can stop people from saying “catsup”. (via engadget.com)
The ideal way to dispense ketchup. I will have this at my wedding and my funeral.
Obesity epidemic? What obesity epidemic? We’re going to need three ketchups for all of those White Kasuls. Also, get some cerail for desert. View Image ›
An amazing piece of condiment technology that you don’t realize is doing what it’s doing until it’s too late. These videos are old, yes, but the tears streaming down your face from laughing will be brand new. View List ›
Heinz Ketchup will have a new Dip & Squeeze packet design after 40 years of the ubiquitous foil package. Holding 3 times more of the condiment, you can either dip into the cup-like packet, or squeeze the Ketchup onto your food. Here’s to 40 more years of very occasional ketchup innovation! View Image ›
A short video that reminds us of a particular similarity we share with many of the world’s inanimate objects. It also reminds us that fart jokes will never get old. Watch Video ›