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Welcome to Good Burger, Home of the Good Burger

 In celebration of Nickelodeon’s return of “All That” — the iconic children’s comedy sketch show which garnered much attention in the 90s — a Good Burger pop-up restaurant, inspired by the sketches and full-length film featuring Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, has opened in Hollywood, California. The pop-up opened up to the public on Wednesday, July 10th and will remain at the 7100 W Santa Monica Blvd location until the end of 2019.

The menu was created by Eggslut founder Chef Alvin Cailan and will include Good Burgers, Good Chunks, a Good Wich, as well as many Good assortment of sides. There will also be gluten-free options and a premium Beyond Meat burger.

Can’t make it to the eating experience? No problem. Good Burger will also deliver your orders through Postmates which will be available during the entirety of the pop-up’s opening. As a part of the celebration, all of your Good Burger orders through Postmates during the week of July 29th will also include free delivery.

Tickets for the event are currently on sale now at

Film/Television Packaged Food

You Can Now Buy Nickelodeon’s Infamous Slime As A Condiment

Harkening back to my youth, I remember much of my childhood entertainment featured a lot of green slime. Particularly Nickelodeon’s infamous brightly-colored sludge. Not gonna lie, a part of me has always wondered what the green goo tasted like. My eight-year-old self would ask: How come those kids never licked the slime off their faces?

Well it seems like Walmart and Nickelodeon partnered up and recreated the iconic green slime for all to enjoy — in condiment form. While actually a ketchup, the emerald topping will look and feel like slime.

Not too long ago, former Double Dare host Marc Summers revealed that the original recipe for the televised slime consisted of vanilla pudding, apple sauce, green food coloring, and a bit of oatmeal.

Obviously, that doesn’t sound too appetizing to consume — well, actually that doesn’t sound half bad either.

Until they recreate the texturized original, the new slime ketchup is now available at Walmart locations nationwide. I may grab a bottle and see how it holds up on a hot dog, corn dog, some fries. Stay tuned.

Film/Television Video

Here Are The Exact Foods Revealed In Nickelodeon’s Green Slime

Nickelodeon fans may remember the old game show Double Dare which aired on the network back in the ’80s through the early ’90s. Contestants were put into teams and had to either answer trivia questions or brave a variety of stunts and challenges that often left them covered in something sticky.

One substance in particular became synonymous with the network for years to come: green slime.

Tech Insider caught up with Marc Summers, the former host of Nickelodeon shows like Double Dare and What Would You Do?, and asked him exactly what was in that infamous emerald goop.

According to Summers, here’s exactly what was in the original recipe for slime:

It started off as vanilla pudding, apple sauce, green food coloring, and a little oatmeal.

Summer also revealed that while the slime gained notoriety on the two shows he hosted, it actually debuted on another Nickelodeon show You Can’t Do That On Television.

Now you can find many recreations and recipes online on how to recreate the green ooze, but if you want to get as authentic as you can, keep those core ingredients in mind.

Fast Food

Krusty Krab Restaurant from SpongeBob Being Built IRL


Looks like we won’t have to live under the sea to be able to enjoy the sweet maritime burgers of the famous Krusty Krab chain. The fictional fast-food restaurant is well-known for being the vocation of one Mr. Spongebob Squarepants and occasionally his hetero life-mate Patrick.

Turns out the Krusty Krab is being pulled from the silver screen right into the real world with a functional location currently under construction in the Palestinian city of Ramallah. The Krusty Krab will feature all its cartoon equilvent’s architectural aesthetics, including the multiple flags and window net. It even has a life-sized model of Mr. Krab himself.

Hopefully if they do well, we’ll get a US location. Specifically California. Specifically across the street.


H/T Fusion, Picthx Krusty Krab


FYI: The Rugrats’ Reptar Bars Aren’t Extinct

reptar bars

’90s kids unite on this throwback recipe. Yes, the Rugrats’ Reptar bars are a real thing, thanks to Adventures in Cooking. Chocolate outside, green goodness inside. You’re welcome.


Video of the Day: The Beets Perform "Killer Tofu"

Here’s a quick trip down memory lane for the ’90s kids who enjoyed episodes of Doug after school on Nickelodeon. Here we have the casts’ favorite band, The Beets, performing a song about highschool, cafeteria food and of course, Killer Tofu!


Video of the Day: Cooking With Randy (All That)

On this episode of the now defunct Nickelodeon TV show, All That, cooking show host Randy (Kenan Thompson) shows the audience how to cook with chocolate, all while finding a new co-host. Oh the glory days of Nickelodeon…