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Oh baby. Today in products you didn’t ask for, a specialty lollipop company called Lollyphile has “candified” the unique flavor of breast milk into wee lollies. You might be thinking, ‘hey – I have all my teeth and no longer wear diapers - this ain’t for me!’ But stop right there! Step one for enjoying these suckers is to turn off your brain. “Any company can make up nostalgic flavors,” says Jason Darling, the company’s owner. Read More
Summer is officially just around the corner! Memorial Day is this coming weekend and I want to make some fancy lady cocktails. We can do so much better than a case of cheap PBR. I’m not knocking cheap-ass beer here, but variety is the spice of life! Let’s make some Lavender Lemonade. I am no gourmet, but I do love a good infused vodka. You can DIY if you are going to have people over that you want to impress.  Here is an easy recipe for Lavender infused vodka. Substitute gin if you are feeling extra saucy. Read More
Have you heard? The Banana Stand from Arrested Development has sprung to life and popped up in a few lucky cities. Our own N.Y.C. is a stop on the Bluth’s Original Frozen Banana Stand World Tour, and if you’re buy-curious about those bananas, I can tell you all about ‘em. This Monday, the Banana Stand was perched in front of the Rockefeller Centre in the middle of Manhattan. The line was up the block and around the corner, spanning two solid blocks around 6th Avenue and 49th Street. Read More
It is now possible to stuff your gob (har) with real Bluth bananas! COME ON! The banana stand from Arrested Development has moved out of your dreams and into your life with the “Original Frozen Banana Stand World Tour!” To promote Arrested Development’s upcoming fourth season, fans of the short-run but well-loved TV series can grab an authentic chocolate-covered banana from the big yellow joint itself. Today the stand sets up in England, and soon it comes stateside to N.Y.C. and L.A. You can find out when it’s near you by following @ArrestedDev on Twitter. Read More
Americans love their hot dogs, and for good reason - they’re dang good at making them!   A perfect example is Snap Hot Dogs. They charcoal-grill their all-beef brisket hot dogs, giving them a delicious barbecue flavor. Husband and wife duo Zeph and Liz Courtney use artisanal pickles from Rick’s Picks and regional cheddar from Millport Dairy to add to the doggy goodness. Their relish and mayo dipping sauces are also made fresh and in-house.   And for all you vegos out there, Snap also makes panko crusted avocado fries or deep-fried pickle chips. GIVE ME SOME NOW. Read More