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It’s been a big year for booze and food heists. Thousands of jars of Nutella! Hundreds of bottles of outrageously good bourbon! Tons, literally, of Muenster cheese. None of it was safe.
At Magic Restroom Cafe in Los Angeles, guests sit on toilet seats while chomping down on food served in toilet bowls.
In the words of Forrest Gump: And that's all we've got to say about that.
Oreo lovers have long debated how to eat them: twisted, dunked, creme first or bite whole.
But most have never calculated just how stuffed Oreos are, until now.
A high school math teacher in upstate New York tasked his students to find out just how much "stuf" is in each type of Oreo - original, Double and Mega Stuf.
A Golden Corral employee cried foul on a managerial decision to store excess food by restaurant dumpsters during a surprise inspection. Jeanne Moos has the gory details.
On a sunny Monday morning, over the open fields of Baylands Park in Sunnyvale, California, an unmanned aerial vehicle was turning heads - and it came with a cargo of carne asada.
World, meet the Burrito Bomber.
Or possibly tenderly cradle you to his sculpted chest.
Breast milk lollipops, cronuts, pizza-delivering drones, Whopper holders - Jeanne Moos explores this week's wackiest food stories.