So wet, so hard.
So wet, so hard.
Warning: This post may induce hunger.
These hot dogs will ruin your perception of reality.
Though maybe it would be quite nice with garlic butter…
“He’s an old boy and he deserves better than ending up in the pot.”
Not that lobster is exclusive to any season, but it’s undeniably better with some semblance of warmth still in the air.
“The way life should be.”
Survive the bountiful hot weather months as any caveman would: with a strawberry rhubarb crisp.
“She’s his lobster.”
Stop trying to make Manhattan clam chowder happen. It’s not going to happen.
There’s more to seafood than tuna and salmon.
The black-and-orange crustacean arrived at Boston’s New England Aquarium on Wednesday. She’s named Pinchy, after Homer Simpson’s late pet.
What a difference a font makes. Via Gizmodo.
He’s a 1-in-30 million celebrity. Thanks to a chef recognizing how rare he was, Calvin only barely escaped the boiling pot at a Boston restaurant. He’s been donated to the New England Aquarium for study and safe keeping.
Sorry, but you really are quite tasty.
The 27-pound lobster, about the size of a 3-year-old toddler, was freed in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Apparently his claws are tough enough to rip a man’s arms off.
The Lobster Motorcycle was created by Taiwanese food carving artist Huang Mingbo. Fill it up with melted butter and hit the road. Always wear a bib. Click here to see more. (via dailypicksandflicks.com) View Image ›
A modest proposal: Let’s look at these food babies! What does this say about us as a culture? That we think food is cute? Or that babies are delicious? Either way. View List ›
There’s nothing more wonderful than the look of dignity on a dogs face when you dress them in a lobster costume. Wait, maybe that’s embarrassment. My bad. View List ›
A man has invented an electric lobster taser because, ya know, that’s better than being boiled alive….kind of.
A charming story about a young boy and his lobster. Wow-o-Wow! View Media ›
Ah, it’s a lobster dressed as a baby…or something. CUTE! View Image ›
Woody Allen penned a short story for The New Yorker about elderly New York Jews reincarnated as lobsters. Oh, and Bernie Madoff weasels his way in there, too.