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5 Moments in Sauce History That Changed The Way We Eat

Whether it’s the classic brunch staple Hollandaise or Guy Fieri’s Donkey Sauce, human beings have always seemed to have a love affair with condiments. From the murky history behind Worcestershire sauce to the great French culinary tradition of the five Mother Sauces, here are five key moments in sauce history that have changed the way [...]

LEGO Big MaK Mech

LEGO enthusiasts Sean and Steph Mayo created this Big MaK mech, complete with anti-air fry missiles, heavy Big Mac armor, sniper-fry cannon and vanilla frostie … with sprinkles! It’s for BrickLink’s Creations [...]

My Little Pony Wedding Cake Toppers

Rainbow Dash and Big Macintosh? Never in a million years would I have thought those two would get together. Now Big Mac and Fluttershy–that I can see. Well, I hope the couple is happy together. This cake topper by Diana K. Torres will certainly contribute to a grand wedding. Link -via My Little Pony Crafts

Behind the Scenes of a McDonald’s Photo Shoot

Why do food bought from McDonald’s look nothing like the ones on their ads? Usually, this is where we cue the outrage from blogs about the difference between fast food ads and reality, but [...]

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 54

Welcome back to the game that is sweeping the nation, GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common. Leave your best guesses in the comments. Pink Floyd – Money Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You Michael Jackson – Thriller Shania Twain – Man! I Feel Like A Woman! AC/DC – Back In Black Fleetwood [...]

From King’s Quest to Leisure Suit Larry: A Brief History of Sierra On-Line

If you had a home computer in the 1980s, you probably played at least one adventure game from Sierra On-Line. Here’s a brief history of the company – and the games – that helped define a generation of computer geeks. Hi-Res Adventures In 1979, Roberta Williams’ husband, Ken, a programmer, bought an Apple II. When [...]

A Mummy Made From McDonald’s Burgers

Artist BenEverywhere decided to drop $200 on McDonald’s hamburgers in order to make this mummy/skeleton monstrosity. Why would he do such a thing, you may ask? Because he wants to prove that McDonald’s no longer makes food, they make a medium for morbid sculptures. He combined the burgers with a little bit of resin to show the [...]

8 Memorable Images from the 1980s

In case you missed the first two installments in this mini-series, here’s the ‘60s post and yesterday’s ‘70s post. Today, of course, we move on to the ‘80s. This is the decade I came of age, as many of you reading this blog did. Hence all our ‘80s-themed quizzes! Some of this will be referenced [...]

11 Shameless Comic Book Ads That Cost Us Our Allowance Money

If today’s Generation Y and Z-ers accuse us Baby Boomers of being cynical and distrustful, well, I for one blame it all on comic books. How many of us who grew up in the 1960s and early ’70s were lured by those enticing ads promising everything from X-Ray vision to frolicking, crown-wearing sea monkey pets [...]

Big Mac Steam-Baked Buns

No, no Big Mac is hurt in the making of the Big Mac Steam-Baked Buns (think of it as an homage of the McDonald’s burger), but that doesn’t diminish the nom nom quality of this vegan creation by Julia of No [...]