Here we are, another episode of the FOODBEAST Katchup. If you missed out on all the food news this week, fear not. This series catches you up on all the top stories in the wide world of food.
This week, someone created a brilliant new way to play beer pong. Hint: it involves a roomba. A man got into an altercation with his friend after he didn’t want to try the delicious bowl of ramen he offered.
There’s something terrifying in the food courts of IKEA Japan. They’re calling it a Ninja Dog and it’s as dark as the night. Remember those romantic comedies where eating cookie dough will help you deal with a break up? Not anymore, says the FDA.
Finally, Disney Dim Sum is a thing.
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Disney Dim Sum
If you love all things Disney just as much as you love stuffing your face with snacks, you might want to stop what you’re doing and pay attention.
It turns out you don’t need a foodie fairy godmother to make all of your magical meal wishes come true. Apparently, all you have to do is stop by the Crystal Lotus restaurant in Hong Kong’s Disneyland Hotel for some of its Signature Disney Dim Sum. READ MORE
Drinkers can be some of the most innovative people out there, and they’ve proven that notion once again with this strange yet highly functional combination.
Introducing Roomba Pong! Based on the images and videos we found, the rules seem to be pretty simple. Basically, each team has a square table, with each table a reasonable distance from each other. Then a roomba is placed on each table with the ten cups forming a triangle placed on top of the roomba.
An overly-aggressive man in Pennsylvania pretty much used his buddy for some UFC ground-and-pound practice after the friend refused to eat his freshly cooked ramen noodles. READ MORE
Who doesn’t love eating raw cookie dough or licking the spoon after making brownies? Apparently the FDA, who is now saying put the raw cookie dough down now and forever. Yes, even the vegan, eggless variety. READ MORE
We’ve seen quite a few fast food items with black buns over the past few years. That Burger King Halloween Whopper still haunts us to this day. Now, IKEA Japan is introducing a new dish that’s as dark.
They’re calling it the Ninja Dog. READ MORE