Twinkie-stuffed turkey. This is a thing that exists. In a restaurant. That people pay for. On purpose. With money. That they earned.
Five Harvard students launched a burger and a camera into space with a balloon. It may be the most soothing and delightful thing you see all day.
The 20-year-old jug of sauce that sold for nearly $10,000 on eBay was used on the appropriately named McJordan Burgers, a specialty barbecue-bacon sandwich that was sold at McDonald's in limited Midwest markets during the early 1990s.
What drink pairs best with an entrée of fake bloody brains? “Brain Belt Cranium” beer. Duh.
The beer was a limited edition replacement for “Grain Belt Premium,” created by August Schell Brewing Company, specifically for a night when the living dead come out to feast on flesh and, more importantly, to drink.
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Is it my imagination or is food-related crime on the rise?
The report went on to say, "The nude male had a strong odor of alcohol and was semi-incoherent. Investigators said someone climbed an 8-foot fence, broke into the pool snack bar through a window, threw nacho cheese on a wall and scattered chips on the ground. About $40 in chips and $7 in nacho cheese were stolen."
Here, a few more recent crimes - some much more serious than others—from the culinary world.
Authorities in Oregon are investigating how a hog farmer was eaten by his animals.
The remains of Terry Vance Garner, 70, were found in his hog enclosure Wednesday, according to local news reports Monday.
It was a security breach at one of the country's busiest airports conducted on a tiny scale.
Eighteen workers at New York's JFK Airport were arrested on Wednesday and accused of stealing more than 100,000 mini-bottles of alcohol from LSG Sky Chefs, which provides food and beverages for American Airlines.
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