Cody Simpson just made this the BEST Friday EVER!
Listen to the 15 second clip (above)!
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Usually a restaurant winning an award is a VERY good thing, but this is a trophy you definitely don't want to see at your favorite dinner spot!
The Xtreme Eating Awards are being handed out, meaning 200 chain restaurants had their menus examined to see which meal was most likely to shave some years off of your life!
But while there were plenty of meals that will add a size or two to your waistline, one stood out from all of the rest! And the award goes to…
A young food wizard/dessert mad scientist created something incredible…
Ice cream that changes color as you eat it!!
Manuel Linares, Spanish physicist/professor/engineer, designed the hue shifting treat as part of his thesis project for his Masters Diploma.
The subject of his Masters? "Creating Artisan Ice Cream." Amazing.
Talk about food porn!
China has an interesting new trend emerging called "Ripe Fruit."
Special peaches are sold in China from Yangshan, in Wuxi, and they're apparently super juicy and delicious. The area is also known for its lingerie and garment industry, so of course it made sense to put sexy panties on the peaches.
Get it?! Cause peaches already sorta look like butts!
Do you like dessert and waiting in long lines??
If you said yes to both well then we’re about to make your day!
Chef Dominque Ansel, the genius behind last year’s HUGE hit The Cronut, is about to blow all of our minds and taste buds again with his new confectionary creation, Ice Cream Sundae In A Can!
That sounds…good. Right?
Do you own a fridge? If so, is it a tiny, college dorm room fridge?
No, it's a full size, regular fridge? We thought so… well, you may be interested to hear this:
Your fridge sucks.
Christie Watson’s son was in the middle of eating his ice cream sandwich on a hot summer day. But halfway through his frozen treat, he ran off to play, leaving the Walmart brand Great Value ice cream sandwich on the patio table.
You would think the sun would melt that sucker to a puddle of sticky cream, right?
Watching this video is kind of like eating an entire bar of chocolate. At first we feel a rush of sweetness but then we get all guilty and feel terrible about ourselves.
A documentary film crew traveled to Cote d’Ivoire to meet the men who are responsible for step one in the process of making delicious chocolate. These cocoa bean farmers and laborers harvest the key ingredient that goes into the sweet treat that we all know and love.
But get this - these guys have not only never tried chocolate, they’ve never even heard of it!
One worker confessed to the cameras: